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Tuning 2,0 JTS (chip & induction)

I know there are some treads about this subject but I cant find any tips on which products are the best.

Im gonna tune my gt 2,0 JTS engine (late -04 modell). Autodelta said that I would get the most bang for my buck by remapping the engine and fitting a new induction-kit. He said that new cams are ok and gives effect, but expensive compared to what you get. I think Im gonna take his advice and start with those two mods.

The problem is that Im situated in Norway, and Autodelta only does remapping on location. Seems the same is the case with Squadra-tuning (waiting for my mail to be answered). So my question is, does anybody know if theres a good chip out there that I can buy and get it shipped to me, or does it have be custom? (maybe go custom if I get new cams)

Any tips for induction-kits? Im looking at these two:
Autodelta: Autodelta Shop
BMC: BMC Carbon Dynamic Airbox Performance Kit (Alfa GT 2.0 JTS)
Any other kits out there or has anybody tried to build something themselves, maybe based on the parts from the V6 (and has pictures )

All help appreciated - Cool
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I have a BMC CDA, I find it good, not great though, mind you, I doubt any of them change performance that much. Alfatune (Gus is a member on here) do a postage service and ment to have a quick turnaround.
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I know there are some treads about this subject but I cant find any tips on which products are the best.

Im gonna tune my gt 2,0 JTS engine (late -04 modell). Autodelta said that I would get the most bang for my buck by remapping the engine and fitting a new induction-kit. He said that new cams are ok and gives effect, but expensive compared to what you get. I think Im gonna take his advice and start with those two mods.

The problem is that Im situated in Norway, and Autodelta only does remapping on location. Seems the same is the case with Squadra-tuning (waiting for my mail to be answered). So my question is, does anybody know if theres a good chip out there that I can buy and get it shipped to me, or does it have be custom? (maybe go custom if I get new cams)

Any tips for induction-kits? Im looking at these two:
Autodelta: Autodelta Shop
BMC: BMC Carbon Dynamic Airbox Performance Kit (Alfa GT 2.0 JTS)
Any other kits out there or has anybody tried to build something themselves, maybe based on the parts from the V6 (and has pictures )

All help appreciated - Cool
If you send your ecu to us we can do it for you and return same day,email us if you need to know more.
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If you send your ecu to us we can do it for you and return same day,email us if you need to know more.
Thanks. Will do.
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I've been told that an induction is not really worth it on the 2.0 JTS and a remap and full exhaust system would be your best bet
 
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If you send your ecu to us we can do it for you and return same day,email us if you need to know more.
Can you give me a clue as to how much this would cost please? PM if necessary.

Also, I'm up your way occasionally but do you lend your services to any southern specialists?
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Does anybody know how to replace the airfilter for Alfa GT 2,0 JTS?
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Awkward enough I think, but if I remember access is from the top. It's located in a chamber below and in front of the battery. Near the main fuses.
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Thanks very much. I'll do my best and see where it gets me

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Awkward enough I think, but if I remember access is from the top. It's located in a chamber below and in front of the battery. Near the main fuses.
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