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Hi there people,

I'm considering buying a 320d (E90) that has been recently remapped by Viezu (viezu.com).

I've never heard of this company, does anyone have any experience of them? Are they reputable??

Any advice appreciated.
 

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Do a bit of home work on google... There ok.. Were are not to far away from you ( Northampton ) ..

Have a look at our section and feed back.. :thumbsup
 

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Hi there people,

I'm considering buying a 320d (E90) that has been recently remapped by Viezu (viezu.com).

I've never heard of this company, does anyone have any experience of them? Are they reputable??

Any advice appreciated.
I don't have any experience of them mate, but as per a previous thread here#

http://www.bimmerforums.co.uk/forum/f69/bmw-335d-m-sport-coupe-t100383/

Some of the more knoweldgable guys than me would not buy a mapped car... I think it is better to buy a standard one and map it yourself. There is more chance of people mapping and abusing a car when they know that it's going in six months or whatever... Also if it's an auto I would be weary.

Also £250 all in for that car..
The car he's looking at has already been mapped :confused
 

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Hi thanks for the info.

The car I was interested in was only mapped 1000 miles ago... Apparently, he couldn't pass up an opportunity on a new shape M3.

However, my car sale has now fallen through, so it's not looking like a goer now anyway..

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Hi there people,

I'm considering buying a 320d (E90) that has been recently remapped by Viezu (viezu.com).

I've never heard of this company, does anyone have any experience of them? Are they reputable??

Any advice appreciated.
There old company name was chippe duk there name will come out with xxxxxxxxx If put to together
Just do a search on bmwlamd
Or ask anyone in the tuning world
 

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My advice would be to get your car Dyno tested and check what's been done to the software
You WILL find it has way to much fuel added to the main fuel table
Way to much boost added to all the boost maps
The main torque map has been missed out
As well as loads of others that are needed to make good power

How do I know well I've fix many a tuned car tuned by them

Just look on Babybmw forum what they did to Kieran120d his on his 120d 177bhp which they said after tuning it 3 times it was making 225bhp which then made 193bhp on my Dyno



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