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MiTo Tuning (Multiair)

Somehow I'd missed this sub-section of the forum, and just been focussing on the MiTo area..

Looking to purchase a MiTo QV with the view to making a few modifications over the course of owning it, but wondering how the new Multiair engines are fairing with the tuners, and who in the UK has really tried extracting more power from these so far?

I've noticed Monza Sports claim to have extracted 20-30bhp more, and have a tuning "pack" on offer, but having gone into some detail on their website, their claims for power increase look a little exaggerated when you study the dyno graphs they get their figures from, which puts me off a little (I don't like marketing BS!).

Obviously with the Fiat Punto/500 sharing the same powerplant, I imagine there's some crossover, but specifics like ECU tuning/mapping are going to be Alfa-specific.

Any ideas what the potentials are for these engines an what kind of power levels could reasonably be extracted?

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I think you'll find this link most interesting...


https://www.alfaowner.com/Forum/tunin...o-project.html
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Thanks I've seen that thread before, but its about one of the 155TB models, rather than one of the Multiair engined cars.
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