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    thanks for ur help guys. emaps and cnl offer identical remap figures and both seem to be reputable trustworthy companys. would u recommend 1 over the other? and do u know of rough prices for both? many thanks
     
     

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    having done some research its safe to say that my insurance company would not look kindly on someone of my age getting a remap no matter what the motive ie economy. i think i may have to wait as it is definitely not worth lying to the insurance company because of the risks involved. thankyou very much for your help on this matter

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    well all i'd say to you is a remap shows no external signs, therefore theres no way anyone could look at the car and tell its been done!
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    Quote Originally Posted by baderlfc View Post
    well all i'd say to you is a remap shows no external signs, therefore theres no way anyone could look at the car and tell its been done!

    yeah so you could probably risk it and use the old "it was like it when i bought it" line.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bonse View Post
    yeah so you could probably risk it and use the old "it was like it when i bought it" line.
    exactly! lol!
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    just because the car has had extra power doesn't mean that the parts will fail under extra load. you may actually find you'll be putting them under less stress than before.
    If you need to redline the car in every gear to make progress your loading the components to the max.
    But if your car has the extra power to make the same progress without having to rev the cams out of it you'll be putting less stress on the components
     
     

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