Not being funny, you did realise it was a video, not just a picture, as you said a shot of a Giulia?eh? A sot of a Giulia on a dyno does not tell me they got 200 ponies under the bonnet
this all sounds like a bit of a crock
im sure i posted links to a tuner who put the Giulia on the rollers and returned figures way above the specs out of the box
that's exactly what happened to the first Giulietta Cloverleafs .. factory said 235 bhp, dynos were showing 250
Then Alfa done the software updates come service time and well.... nobody though they had 250 bhp anymore... big complaints
So you actually had to go to Youtuibe to see the comments in the box below the videoNot being funny, you did realise it was a video, not just a picture, as you said a shot of a Giulia?
click on the arrow in the centre if you didn't
Heres the description anyway
Developing and tuning on the brand new Alfa Romeo Giulia 2.2JTD with 150PS and 380Nm. Our first results were 205PS/475Nm, next steps is the TÜV approvals and final measurement of environmental and law regulated particles and smog
your absolutely right, if you look at the youtube video info, it does say more work to do as well as what you mentionedPointing out the obvious, but it doesn't count for anything until it's shown to be a remap you can live with. Fuel efficiency, reliability, environmental performance etc.