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Change from remapped 2.4JTDM to 3.2S?

Has anyone made this move?

I'm currently happy with the remapped diesel with DPF & EGR deleted and i'm aware that the change won't actually get me much more speed but with rising fuel costs, opportunities to run larger petrol engine cars are perhaps running out.

I haven't even had the chance to test drive one yet and i'm not against the idea of a Q4 over the S, it's just that I have my eye on this one;

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I think you are right about the end of large petrol engines- so why not go for it?

I have a 3.2V6 GT which I bought to replace a 1.9 diesel GT. I do low mileage and the V6 is an experience which will not be around again I suspect.

The Brera you are looking at looks superb inside and out so if petrol and tax is not an issue sample it before its gone.

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Oil and hence petrol is limited resource so shamelessly, use as much as possible while we still have it! I don't think blipping the throttle in an electric car is going to be as much fun!
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