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    Re: Switchable ECU remaps by Wolf Performance Tuning on my GP

    Quote Originally Posted by Brahadeesh View Post
    thanks for the details, MattJ... As i guessed, you too arent switching frequently!

    That still keeps me tilted towards a single map that would give the best of both worlds: Power and Fuel Efficiency!
    Brahadeesh, I mean i dont do on the fly switching that much, But i do switch between maps depending on the usage requirement. For a liner power delivery and power abover 3k rpm, apt for highway and such sorts i use map 4, it has good acceleration and power in higher rpms. Where as for city drive, low end torque and power under 3k rpm i use map 2. Both has power and FE depending on the type of driving it demands. But if i was stuck with just one type for both, I wont surely have a more optimal power delivery/FE. The switchable remap is really worth it.
    Just try it out and you wont turn back. Trust me.

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    Re: Switchable ECU remaps by Wolf Performance Tuning on my GP

    Quote Originally Posted by karthik View Post
    Anything for the Palio MJD? May be interested some time in future.
    hi karthik, if it is the mjd they can develop a remap in no time
    they specialize in all 1.3 mjd engines

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    Re: Switchable ECU remaps by Wolf Performance Tuning on my GP

    Quote Originally Posted by MattJ View Post
    Brahadeesh, I mean i dont do on the fly switching that much, But i do switch between maps depending on the usage requirement. For a liner power delivery and power abover 3k rpm, apt for highway and such sorts i use map 4, it has good acceleration and power in higher rpms. Where as for city drive, low end torque and power under 3k rpm i use map 2. Both has power and FE depending on the type of driving it demands. But if i was stuck with just one type for both, I wont surely have a more optimal power delivery/FE. The switchable remap is really worth it.
    Just try it out and you wont turn back. Trust me.
    yes MattJ, i will surely have to try driving this setup too, keeping my inclinations apart, to see which one i should go for...

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    Re: Switchable ECU remaps by Wolf Performance Tuning on my GP

    Matt I m looking for a review of ur remap after 6 months... any idea if it will work good on a 1lakh+ engine

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    Re: Switchable ECU remaps by Wolf Performance Tuning on my GP

    I am inclined to get this some time in next couple of months

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    Re: Switchable ECU remaps by Wolf Performance Tuning on my GP

    An update Guys - Wolf moto team would be in coimbatore this weekend. Got a call from Adarsh (one of the team) and they are here to remap for few guys. Anyone from coimbatore, who is willing to meet or get remapped can meet them this weekend.

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    Re: Switchable ECU remaps by Wolf Performance Tuning on my GP

    My Gutt feeling is against Switchable Remaps. I prefer Conventional Remap from Code 6 much suited for mjds.
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