Sorry to hijack but what else should you really be getting done if you get it remapped?
I asked Gerry in Ti about this and he was of the view, if you drive the car hard, yes, you will need new clutches and turbos, but if you don't trash it, he didn't see why existing kit wasn't ok.
Now, Gerry would know that I had a new clutch fitted not that long ago, so plenty of wear left on that, and, my main motivation for getting this done is the increased torque at lower revs and not higher speeds.
The (new) Cloverleaf GT has a 'sport' button that increases the bhp by 20-30 bhp, in what I assume is pretty much the same engine in older GTs....
Others seem to say that an uprated clutch and a Q2 are a necessity. You will get much more informed opinions than mine elsewhere on this site.
Ciaran, my warranty isn't up until next Jan so I'll be steering clear of any re-map until then if I still have the car. Still looking into the tuning box add-on but need to do a bit more research
Too much mixed opinion about these for my liking Tom-I'll be going with the remap. If I knew you would be up for a remap in Jan, I would gladly hold off until then and get the suspension upgraded first
The only person I know that is very good with diesels is Martin Tracy in Westward. He is out in Enfield in Co. Meath Westward Precision Engineering
. Also Phil D here owns a tuning company. Not sure if they do diesels though. They are in the North so a bit of a spin.