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Rolling road/Dyno values for 2.0 TDI (150bhp), 1.4COD and 1.2TFSI

Discussion in 'New A3/S3 (8V Chassis)' started by Daveotto, Nov 6, 2013.

  1. Daveotto

    Daveotto Well-Known Member
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    I remember reading somewhere that someone had measured a 150bhp 2.0TDI at ca. 165BHP but could not find the thread or article via google. With a couple of threads already started on remapping the 8v I was wondering if anyone had any measured outputs for the above engines before remapping

    i am not interested in remaps, sorry guys, but interested on what the actual factory outputs are against literature claims for BHP and/or Torque for any of the newer engines listed (2.0tdi,1.4COD and 1.2TFSI

    Any data and pictures of the Dyno charts would be much appreciated to help quell my curiosity
     
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    The first link you posted isn't the stock car, it has a tuning box in it.
     
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    Agree, but You Tube clip gives stock as 152bhp
     
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    my mistake, I saw wheel HP and took it for original HP
     
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    Damn, I thought they was going to be a thread of who would be interested in doing a power run? I've been calling around my locals and they want £45 for 1 power run, £90 for 3 power runs and etc.

    I'm interested to have one of my 1.4 so when I remap it next year I know what the before and after gains are.
     
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    I'm not planning on getting mine remapped but would be up for getting mine done, just for the experience, as I have not had one done before

    Where are you based perhaps if we are local enough and could get three or four of us together I would be up for £25 - £30 for a fun/interesting couple of hours
     
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    Hi dude. I think we should get other members from this forum involved. I'm based in Northampton and there are a few respectable tuning companies here. What about you?
     
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    I am in Hertfordshire so around 70 miles from Northampton, if there is a local place to your South that would make my journey a little shorter. Lets leave this thread open to others who might be interrested
     
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    Cool. Not hundred of miles away. Maybe if I find somethibg somewhere in the middle like Milton Keynes then we can ask around the forum to get rough numbers and then arrange some form of group buy power run.
     
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    I'd potentially be interested; again not planning on a remap but these discussions have got my curiosity aroused!
     

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