Pre remap, my clutch would slip a bit coming off fastish roundabouts in 3rd if I put my foot down a bit too rapidly. Post remap it got worse, but very quickly I got used to the feeling and very rarely got it to slip.
One syndrome immediately after remap on motorway was a bit of a juddering at about 2200 rpm, 80mph and in 6th gear. It almost felt like a rippled concrete motorway does, not a wheel out of balance feeling (and I've had different tyres and balancing done since).
I can't recollect having this syndrome since the first 400 milesish and it's been 3 or 4 months now, although we don't do much motorway stuff. I drove up A1 to Yorkshire from London last night, 1/2 tank of fuel, car was sweet as usual, but drove 250 miles down M6 today, full tank and got the juddering again, pretty frequently at 2200 revs, around 80mph, car doesn't want to lay any more power down without juddering more intensely. One flick down of the cruise control stick completely takes the juddering away, but it will come back if on a slight incline. It's kind of like the judder you get when you don't dip the clutch quick enough before stalling.
You can find of feel it lightly thumping through the floorpan and a little bit in the steering wheel. Also found once I was on the A roads, giving it a bit in 3rd that I'd get the same syndrome.
Had a new DMF under 8 thou miles ago, but I'm wondering if anyone's had this syndrome and if so did a new clutch sort it? I was hoping to put it off, but I was a tad concerned about getting home today. GT broke down last Saturday, was getting worried both my Beasts were in for a bill.
So clutch or fuel delivery related, bearing in mind one click down of cruise control takes it way?. Unfortunately i didn't think to try depressing the clutch when it was happening.
I lost track of how many BM's and Audi's shot past me today, Jeez the M6 was quiet late this aft and there were some seriously tapped drivers on there, Cops could've had a field day. Also lost track of how many times i thought about selling my Alfas and buying a C class estate