2012 e82 118d remap and exhaust

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2012 e82 118d remap and exhaust

Post by 118dcoupe » Sun Sep 15, 2013 3:34 pm

Hi looking to get my 118d remapped and miltek cat back. Could i get a price please and also some figures to expect to be running after the remap. And price including dyno if it's not included in the price.
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Re: 2012 e82 118d remap and exhaust

Post by Ben @ AmD Essex » Fri Oct 11, 2013 1:28 pm

Good Afternoon,

The remap on the 118d really makes a big difference to the way the car performs on the road. The figures we gain are about 35-45 bhp and about 45-55 lbft of torque. The price of this is £399.95 inc vat. We also carry out a before rolling road run to test standard power. The car is then mapped on the road as well as the dyno to suit your car. After this we finish with a final rolling road run so you have a printout of before and after power. The car will be much quicker all the way through the rev range as well as having better throttle response low down. You will find it is also a lot more drivable too.

We are offering the remap half price when purchased with the Milltek exhaust system, saving £200.00 off the normal price.

The price of the Milltek cat back with twin pipes on one side is £561.00 inc vat with FREE fitting. When fitting this exhaust you may also require the 123d exhaust mounts, these are about £35.00 for the pair.

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Re: 2012 e82 118d remap and exhaust

Post by 118dcoupe » Thu Nov 07, 2013 6:43 pm

Ben @ AmD Essex wrote:Good Afternoon,

The remap on the 118d really makes a big difference to the way the car performs on the road. The figures we gain are about 35-45 bhp and about 45-55 lbft of torque. The price of this is £399.95 inc vat. We also carry out a before rolling road run to test standard power. The car is then mapped on the road as well as the dyno to suit your car. After this we finish with a final rolling road run so you have a printout of before and after power. The car will be much quicker all the way through the rev range as well as having better throttle response low down. You will find it is also a lot more drivable too.

We are offering the remap half price when purchased with the Milltek exhaust system, saving £200.00 off the normal price.

The price of the Milltek cat back with twin pipes on one side is £561.00 inc vat with FREE fitting. When fitting this exhaust you may also require the 123d exhaust mounts, these are about £35.00 for the pair.

HTH,

Ben
Hi ben could i get a quote for kw v1 kit including fitting. All would be done at the same time
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Dan
Alpine white E82 118D

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Re: 2012 e82 118d remap and exhaust

Post by Ben @ AmD Essex » Wed Nov 13, 2013 10:32 am

Morning Dan,

The price of the KW V1's is £1008.00 inc vat and we are offering fitting for £120.00 inc vat (normally £240.00 + vat), which also includes alignment on our Hunter HawkEye.

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