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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Dog_Book Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 11 Jul 2018 at 9:17pm
Originally posted by Markp90 Markp90 wrote:

Originally posted by Dog_Book Dog_Book wrote:

Has it always been this quiet? Or are Mokka owners none enthusiasts any more?

Not having a facebook strop just thought it was odd ive posted some questions and had no answers, i understand not everyone would remap their cdti but you'd think someone in the mix would have and loads must have the front and rear parking sensors in fact i think all do.
 
In fairness you asked a VERY specific question that was unlikely to get many replies on a forum this small. I have remapped my Mokka but i got it done at a specialist with a reprogram rather than a plug-in


Dunno, i thought mapping was normal nowadays its not like the 1990's where the chip had to be replaced Wink

It was a reprogram i mentioned, im not interested in any plug in tools they are for tools LOL

Also too many so called specialist remap that don't really remap your ecu, i could go on and on proving that and from the big names to. They might make small alterations like i can do but don't wholesale make a fresh map, it would take days of tuning on a RR not an hour loading getting live data then emailing the file for the proper remapper to alter then trying it back on the car again.

I've already surpassed what the big names said they could do or not do with the 2.8t engine regarding altering power availability and throttle response adjustments.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Dog_Book Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 11 Jul 2018 at 9:17pm
Originally posted by Brother Leo Brother Leo wrote:

Remap and rolling road session is the only way to go, plug in's don't cater for the fact that standard untouched engines will produce different power curves in other words no two engines are the same - a custom map by a recognised tuner will reap the benefits and the map can be tweaked to meet your requirements


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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Dog_Book Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 11 Jul 2018 at 9:22pm
Originally posted by TonyP2020 TonyP2020 wrote:

People only tend to reply if they have an answer, and so far it looks like nobody else that visits here has that re-map.  I would certainly be interested in an replys.
At least you don't get loads of posts saying how stupid/why bother/insurance invalid.
That must count for something.
I did say (in a different thread) that a DTUK tuning box from other Vx will fit as the connectors are the same. I have a DTUK Green one on mine, but it is only turned up a bit.
 


Yup, although back on other forums people sometimes make random odd comments on the threads that are not even worth it. Im after proper remapping not the plug in boxes, on face value i thought this forum was full of life and very active.

Shame really, when i was looking about seemed to be active until i realised some posters of info i could really use was last online in 2013 Cry
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Originally posted by MokkTheWeek MokkTheWeek wrote:

It has been quiet on here the last couple of weeks, one good thing about that is nobody has reported a problem! as for the parking sensors I can only say on the Mokka X as you approach an object the infotainment screen changes to parking sensor mode, showing a picture of a car with four markers on each corner (front and rear) the corner markers turn from green to red as you get closer and when all four markers are red you are about a foot (30 cm) away.


Checked and checked again, nothing mentioned in any manuals about the screen on the dash showing only forward distance for the park assist the car manual only refers to an audible alert.

The instructions for these modern cars has really gone down the pan Ouch
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Brother Leo Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 12 Jul 2018 at 1:15pm
With reference to the tuning of mokka's -- in all honesty I don't think this site with no offence intended caters for car tuning -- and as such the vast majority of members would not consider such activities -- like on any club site tuning raises its head but not many members on here have taken the bull by the horns -- my previous car was a Astra H vxr which I owned for over seven years and was highly tuned and may I add that in wet/damp conditions the car was almost useless putting the power down and in the dry it was a different matter torque steering down the road under power -- happy days - so tune a mokka if that's what rings the bells, but imo there's no point -- no offence intended to would be mokka tuners
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