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Re: My e82 125i

Post by michi » Sat Dec 24, 2016 5:48 pm

Adamski_m wrote:I have also booked myself in to P Torque in the beginning of January to get the car remapped :spotman: really excited to see what it's like with the remap!
This is what I am hoping to do how much was it if you don't mind me asking

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Re: My e82 125i

Post by Adamski_m » Sun Dec 25, 2016 5:46 pm

michi wrote:
Adamski_m wrote:I have also booked myself in to P Torque in the beginning of January to get the car remapped :spotman: really excited to see what it's like with the remap!
This is what I am hoping to do how much was it if you don't mind me asking
It was £345 for the remap, I couldn't get it booked earlier sadly as if I did I could have used the BABYBMW code which took it down to £300.
08 Bmw e82 125i Titan silver, 19" dare Rivas, quaiffe diff, p torque remap, back box delete, meister r crd+ coilovers
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Re: My e82 125i

Post by Adamski_m » Wed Jan 11, 2017 1:36 pm

So the big day for the remap is tomorrow! Very excited to see what the car is like after it :D p torque is a 5 and a half hour drive each way for me so I'm setting off at 4am, I will post up my results tomorrow night :spotman:
08 Bmw e82 125i Titan silver, 19" dare Rivas, quaiffe diff, p torque remap, back box delete, meister r crd+ coilovers
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My e82 125i

Post by Twenny » Wed Jan 11, 2017 1:43 pm

Good luck. My advice?

Check ambient air temperature on the mapped print out versus your ambient air on the original dyno before the map.

Should be the same ambient air on both runs.

I'll get a pic up of what I mean.




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Re: My e82 125i

Post by Adamski_m » Wed Jan 11, 2017 4:05 pm

Twenny wrote:Good luck. My advice?

Check ambient air temperature on the mapped print out versus your ambient air on the original dyno before the map.

Should be the same ambient air on both runs.

I'll get a pic up of what I mean.




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Yeah I will keep an eye on that, I know that any slight difference in the air temps can make a big difference in the hp the dyno comes out with
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Re: My e82 125i

Post by Twenny » Wed Jan 11, 2017 4:09 pm

Adamski_m wrote:
Twenny wrote:Good luck. My advice?

Check ambient air temperature on the mapped print out versus your ambient air on the original dyno before the map.

Should be the same ambient air on both runs.

I'll get a pic up of what I mean.




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Yeah I will keep an eye on that, I know that any slight difference in the air temps can make a big difference in the hp the dyno comes out with
Good man and good luck be good to hear your thoughts once it's done bud.


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Re: My e82 125i

Post by Twenny » Thu Jan 12, 2017 9:40 am

Good luck Adam


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Re: My e82 125i

Post by Adamski_m » Thu Jan 12, 2017 11:49 am

Twenny wrote:Good luck Adam


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Thanks twenny, I'm there just now after a nightmare drive up in the snow :( will post up my results when I get them
08 Bmw e82 125i Titan silver, 19" dare Rivas, quaiffe diff, p torque remap, back box delete, meister r crd+ coilovers
Pervious: e36 328 track prepared, e46 m3

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Post by Mike_RS » Thu Jan 12, 2017 7:42 pm

Following this with interest
Alpine White - E82 125i M-Sport - BMWP Brakes / Intake / Exhaust / Grills / Carbon Mirrors / Interior bits - P-Torque 279bhp - 12mm Sparco Spacers

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Re: My e82 125i

Post by Adamski_m » Thu Jan 12, 2017 8:59 pm

Well that's me finally home after just shy of a 700mile round trip! That m6 is an absolute nightmare. So I got to try out the remap for a good 300+ miles and I must say I'm really impressed with it. I didn't think I would notice much difference with 40-50bhp extra but it really transforms the engine. I found the n52 to be very sluggish at any revs below 3500rpm, now it seems much more lively and revs a lot quicker up to that sweet spot :D very happy with the results and service from p torque, I noticed they didn't include any temperatures on the dyno graph so I am taking the results with a pinch of salt

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Don't know how clear the graph will come out
08 Bmw e82 125i Titan silver, 19" dare Rivas, quaiffe diff, p torque remap, back box delete, meister r crd+ coilovers
Pervious: e36 328 track prepared, e46 m3

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Re: My e82 125i

Post by holland130i » Fri Jan 13, 2017 8:19 am

Adamski_m wrote:Well that's me finally home after just shy of a 700mile round trip! That m6 is an absolute nightmare. So I got to try out the remap for a good 300+ miles and I must say I'm really impressed with it. I didn't think I would notice much difference with 40-50bhp extra but it really transforms the engine. I found the n52 to be very sluggish at any revs below 3500rpm, now it seems much more lively and revs a lot quicker up to that sweet spot :D very happy with the results and service from p torque, I noticed they didn't include any temperatures on the dyno graph so I am taking the results with a pinch of salt

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Don't know how clear the graph will come out
Very good numbers! welcome to 130i lane... :D



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Re: My e82 125i

Post by Twenny » Fri Jan 13, 2017 11:17 am

Personally Adam I'd get it on an Indy dyno as stock it's around 214/215/216 bhp so shouldn't be too difficult to work out the true bhp


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Re: My e82 125i

Post by ApexLG » Fri Jan 13, 2017 1:11 pm

Glad the remap went good! Would you say its worth the trek down?
Always thought P-Torques prices are expensive compared to the next mapper, especially surrounding the whole ambient air info Twenny shared a while back. Then again they are a reputable company and as long as you're happy with the car.
I shot them an email and apparently there's a January sale on if you book this month, 15% off, so maybe a good time to get on down there myself :o
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Re: My e82 125i

Post by jonwilli » Fri Jan 13, 2017 6:05 pm

Whats the ambient air thingy? Do they have AC in the dyno area or something? I'm intrigued!
Great gains on the remap!
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Re: My e82 125i

Post by Twenny » Fri Jan 13, 2017 6:24 pm

Can't find the other thread in question but here's this one jonwilli - http://www.babybmw.net/viewtopic.php?t=68232


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P-Torqued 266bhp - BMWP exhaust-intake-skirts-gear knob-grilles-Rieger diffuser-Darklines-cruise control fitted-130i front discs-VMR v710-Eibach ARB
My blog thing - http://www.babybmw.net/viewtopic.php?t=60951

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