Recommended remap company

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  1. 9 Jun 2019 at 1:09 PM #1
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    Hi, I’m looking for a company that does remapping and knows the E9X M3 models well. I would prefer the location to be in the Sussex or Surrey area. TIA.
     
  2. 11 Jun 2019 at 12:06 PM #2
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    I’ll be taking mine to Areeve which is a mission from Surrey for me also but i’ve heard enough horror stories from mappers around this way! He does custom remap and pre-cat delete supplied and fitted for £699 from memory
     
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    Evolve for a closer alternative?
     
  4. 12 Jun 2019 at 11:41 AM #4
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    Simpson’s in Bristol did mine with an ESS remap. Julian really knows his stuff. I was there getting other stuff done which required me to be at Simpson’s but otherwise I would probably have used Evolve
     
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    Given some of the before and after numbers I’ve seen, this probably isn’t a bad shout.

    If it’s traffic light gp’s that bother someone then yes, go for a map to get that little bit extra straight line acceleration.

    Personally if I wanted mine to go faster i’d be looking at spending the £700 odd on driving tuition to get the most from what you’ve already got (sorry if that sounds patronising, it’s not meant that way).

    Once you’ve done that you realise the engine is actually fast enough to expose areas where the car isn’t as strong (suspension and brakes the obvious ones).

    Once they’re upgraded that’s the time I’d look at engine mods if power is still a concern, and even then the gains are minimal for the outlay.
     
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    Primary decat will free up a lot of low end torque which is severely lacking in standard cars. A remap with an Eventuri will give the same gains over.

    Expect at least 450 with primary decat, Eventuri and map - better driveability across all areas of the rev range and a great sound tra
     
  8. 15 Jun 2019 at 12:09 AM #8
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    Throttle response and mid range torque is much better on mine after my Akra, carbon plenum and remap.
     
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