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thought I'd drop a quick hello recently purchased a r53 Cooper S done fair amount to it and now looking at remap options,
Mods already done are
-17% supercharger pulley
Ram Air induction
Bigger intercooler
Silicone pipework and hoses
Larger aluminium radiator
Stainless manifold
Sports cat
Stainless cat back
Strut brace
New bypass valve

Open to any and all recommendations for mapping companies will travel for well recommended shop
Vehicle Grille Car Hood Automotive lighting

Aluminium expansion tank and cap on order also
Thanks in advance
 

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map = 1320 St Neots, only place in the country for proper tuning of the stock ECU by means of software loaded onto it called ByteTroniK, or buy a standalone and map it wherever
 

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Yeah, what carsorbikes says, 1320 for the tune, only a short(ish) trip down the M1/A14 for you and worth every penny
 

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So basically to lower heat soak?, I was toying with idea of either a vent or scoop directly above filter box but then read somewhere that it can have the opposite effect due to changing amount of air that flows through front cold air feed 🤯
 

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Yes, to lower heat soak.
The original closed plastic box with a cold feed out off the back of the fire wall will be a lot cooler than an open metal box in a hot cramped engine bay.
 

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Welcome!

Wroth getting a diverter for the intercooler also to help push air through it rather than let it flow over the top.

there is a notsohobo one made by whatageek designs or damair but not sure who makes those but have seen them on the FB groups.
 
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