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Just some advice really....getting new exhaust fitted on Sat. Been told to then go on Dyno to confirm what running at and richness....then remap depending on dyno results....???? Or should I just go straight to remap.....and they will sort everything. Just thinking on whether I need to spend for no reason....

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I am getting a few bits done and then will be booking a remap at be done on the rolling road. A good mapper will do a power run to see what the car is doing and look at the levels and then work from there making changes and running them to keep the car happy and safe.

 

This will let them produce a usable dally car with a good power range.

 

They will also be able to tell you whats holding the car back so after the basics like an exhaust part de-cat / sports cat and induction mods you would be best to speak to a mapper.

 

Most are friendly and happy to help once you explain your goals for the car.

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When you're having a remap they will put it on the rollers anyway. Providing they have the facilities. They can do pre map run then. Depends how far away remap is. Also depends on extent of exhaust. If it's decat then best to keep low boost to avoid overboosting. Just centre and rear is reasonably ok if it's a short while. I was advised to either do exhaust or intake but not at the same time before map.

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Cheers ....saves messing about paying for sep dyno. Exhaust is 95% the same as before but all through including downpipe. Found a remap subaru specialist garage who also races them so I will see if he has roller. Ive not spoke to them yet. He's supposed to be good. So yeah makes sence if they can do all under one roof.

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I've had both road and dyno remaps done and prefer my current mappers advice to map on the dyno and then "tweek" on the road afterwards

That way it gives the mapper clean ,safe monitored pulls in a controlled environment (uninterrupted by traffic and safer)

once the base map and different throttle positions are done he then "tweeks" the map on the road in different gears under different loads (real driving conditions )

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No mate he's in Norwich Norfolk but most mobile mappers will travel to a dyno of your choice and tweek on the road afterwards if you ask them .

212hp to 265hp wasn't too bad on the road but 330hp + got me a few choice looks off other motorists ,cooked my brakes and made my nought nip [emoji4]

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Also race dynamics have upgrade path guides on their website for most scoobs so might help you plan as well.

 

I would say Duncan Graham at Race Dynamix's is most people's choice however he isnt based in one location and you have to check the calendar on his website to see when hes next in your area.

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