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Free2



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England 2011 Freelander 2 TD4 XS Manual Zermatt Silver
Power chips LR2 2011

Has anyone added power chip to LR2 if so were results on buying one worthwhile.
Ie. More power = more mpg?[/b]

Post #361558 5th Dec 2018 6:06 pm
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Mikey



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Not with a Tuning box though. This is a proper remap Thumbs Up

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are you still getting that MPG Mikey ? 2013 FL2 SD4 HSE Auto Orkney Grey - loved it
2011 Evoque SD4 Prestige Coupe Manual Indus Silver - loving it Smile

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England 2011 Freelander 2 TD4 XS Manual Zermatt Silver

Sounds more like it which/whose remap did you use and is that a constant mpg your getting. I trust that’s a Freelander 2 Td4 150bhp 2011 onwards model we are talking about
Cheers
Mike

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Mikey



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Alive Tuning remap, 2012 SD4 Auto

Our previous Td4.e had an Alive map too, and achieved high 44's

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I had ours chipped around 3 years ago with a Unichip.

The Unichip is unique in that your car gets mapped on a dyno - thus the map are car specific.

What makes it better and safer in my opinion is that eg at 2000rpm can safely handle 14% more fuel but only 6% at 3000rpm. The Unichip can be set like that whereas those generic plug-in chips can only add a fixed % throughout the rev range, eg 9% allover.

http://www.unichip.com/our_country/united-kingdom/

http://www.dastek.co.uk/faqs_unichip.htm

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