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mapping a non turbo derv?
#1
got myself a 1.9 HDI, pretty sure theres no turbo as it make no power to speak of. 0-60 in 20 minutes?

anyway, how much can be gained from a re-map?

a good service and som deisel rhino in the tank should help a little but need to know what else can be gained.

thanks.
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#2
In a word.... Nothing!
The 1.9d (not a Hdi) is slow and steady, not a lot can be done.

Clean oil and air filter, blank off egr, de-cat, none make much difference to performance but are good for the health of the engine Smile
Adam..2003..1.9D..LX..Silver Crew Cab Van.....
If at first you don't succeed, destroy all evidence that you tried.
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#3
ah ok not good, take it blanking off the EGR is done by bolting on a blanking plate and thats it?
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#4
yep pretty much, I made one myself that blanks off the exhaust manifold outlet to the egr. Think you can get them on ebay though? Removed the pipe to air intake and the solenoid too, but most connectors have to remain in place to avoid engine management light issues.
Adam..2003..1.9D..LX..Silver Crew Cab Van.....
If at first you don't succeed, destroy all evidence that you tried.
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#5
inzor Wrote:got myself a 1.9 HDI, pretty sure theres no turbo as it make no power to speak of. 0-60 in 20 minutes?
What's the engine code? It's the 6th-7th-8th characters of your VIN.
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#6
I'd do some research before you go doing anything, if you can't figure out if your car has a turbo or not (can you hear one whistle when you accelerate??) then it would be a good idea to find out.
Generally, if it's a 1.9 then it'll be the non-turbo XUD engine (70Bhp), if it's a 2.0Hdi then it will be the DW10 turbo-diesel engine (90Bhp).
Have a search on this forum, being able to have the engine mapped depends on whether it has a Bosch or Siemens injection system fitted.

If it's a 1.9 non-turbo then yeah it's going to feel pretty slow, I'm not sure that there's much you can do (without it costing an arm and a leg), maybe better to start off with one of the other engines to begin with?
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#7
Thanks guys, Yeh there's no turbo, had a look done the back of the engine. Looks like I've got a 70ps. Seen a blanking plate for the egr on eBay for 3.50, so might get that. Will get the engine code and report back later tonight.
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#8
got the engine code, its WJY.

is that right?
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#9
(24-03-2013, 01:04 PM)inzor Wrote:  got the engine code, its WJY.

is that right?

1.9D (non-turbo) Lucas pump. HTH
The Older I get the Better I Was!  Cool
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#10
thanks, does that mean it can be re-mapped?

just ordered some oil, oil filter, air filter and pollen filter, so will get a good service when im back from my holiday.
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