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Old 08-10-2018, 11:36 AM
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2007 r56 S engine swap to 09JCW engine

some may reamber my story I bout A 2007 mini S I only test drove it 6 mikes paid cash for it 20 miles from driving it off the car lot had a fatal engine Fail no lemon law applys
So I have a 4100 dollar yard ornament. I have a 09 JCW motor on the way with low miles.Since the turbo is larger how will the ecu respond?
will it be a issue? has any one else done this swap before?
any advice will be greatly appreciated .

 
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The turbo or lower compression won’t be an issue, but you won’t get the benefits of the turbo/motor with out a ECU tune.
I can help you and give you 40-100hp gain. You are more than welcome to email me at [email protected] for more information

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after market chip

aftermarket chip would do the trick in stead of remapping the ecu directly due to cost?
 
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aftermarket chip would do the trick in stead of remapping the ecu directly due to cost?
no such chip. The ECU has to be mapped for that turbo. The gains are awesome and perfect daily drive ability

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after market chip

a after market race chip changes the mapping does it not? controls the same perimeters that a ecu program change does. Is my understating wrong?
what kind of money to get your ecu maped?
 

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Originally Posted by William Chris Schuppert View Post
a after market race chip changes the mapping does it not? controls the same perimeters that a ecu program change does. Is my understating wrong?
trust me I have done well over 1000 Mini’s including my own. This is your true only solution

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