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    VXRed joey5847's Avatar
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    hi all,

    so my car is getting mapped saturday by SM tuning looking at 315/330hp
    shall i get full power mapped into the sport button so with it off 240hp then with it on 315/330hp or shall just have a non switchable map? any pros and cons of each option

    cheers guys

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    Remember the ecu is only capable of storing 1 "map" . All the sport button does in regards to engine performance is alter the throttle percentage and torque load

    Personally I like having the reduced throttle percentage with sports mode off , makes it more exciting to use the button
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    Are you forged ? What turbo you running ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by cklrossi View Post
    Are you forged ? What turbo you running ?
    same question?

    figures are high if ur going stage 3

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    +1

    Car will drive better with remap there all the time, dont see point of getting remapped to put it on a sport button even if it could be done!

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