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    Quote Originally Posted by baderlfc View Post
    I was trying to be kind but im with u lol


    The exhaust and re-map sound good though lilo!

    what sort of power you going to be pushing after all that?
    I've been told that with the...

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    I should gain roughly 25-30bhp

    Meaning i should be pushing about 230bhp

    I've already got the BMC CDA Intake, getting the Exhaust and Remap in the third week of February on the same day

    And after the Exhaust and Remap have been done i'm getting it Dyno'd courtesy of Motechmike

    So we will know for sure what its producing
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    All booked for the 15th of February
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    Quote Originally Posted by LiLoCollinsy View Post
    All booked for the 15th of February
    Good progress LiLo, It's always nice to see the results once having such work done

    PS Take your ear defenders
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by A20 RYM View Post
    Good progress LiLo, It's always nice to see the results once having such work done

    PS Take your ear defenders
    I take it wont be quiet on the rollers then? lol

    They asked me how loud i wanted the exhaust to be..

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    'As loud as you can make 'em!'
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    'As loud as you can make 'em!'
    You daft sod

    You'll need more than ear defenders then

    My 318is really blasted my ear drums, that was loud but if you've just said that then you may need a taxi home whilst they do it

    I hope you come away happy but I'm very sure you will

     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by A20 RYM View Post
    You daft sod

    You'll need more than ear defenders then

    My 318is really blasted my ear drums, that was loud but if you've just said that then you may need a taxi home whilst they do it

    I hope you come away happy but I'm very sure you will

    Haha

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    all sounds good mate, 230bhp is serious power especially in a compact!

    is this it for your car now or do you have more planned?

    i'm torn about whether to leave my car alone now or spend more!
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    I'm 19 remember mate... Not 102
    I'll remind you of that on your twentieth Birthday I'll send your card in BRAIL
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by A20 RYM View Post
    I'll remind you of that on your twentieth Birthday I'll send your card in BRAIL
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    Quote Originally Posted by baderlfc View Post
    all sounds good mate, 230bhp is serious power especially in a compact!

    is this it for your car now or do you have more planned?

    i'm torn about whether to leave my car alone now or spend more!
    Cheers mate

    I'm toying with the idea of taking the back seats having either a roll cage or a rear strut brace in it as well to improve the power to weight

    Also remove the space saver tire?

    Any opinions?

    Anybody know how much weight i'd save by removing these and are there any other better ways to reduce either weight or unsprung weight?

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