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Hallo to all members of this forum. So, recently like 2 months ago, i purchased a seat ibiza 1.6 tdi cr 90 hp 2014 model. I like the torque of it at the 2000-3000 rpm , but i am not amused by the 90hp and the slow 0-100 km .... i am not a race guy btw, but i would apreciate a more powerfull engine.... I live in Greece and here there is that guy at the powerhouse that claims to ecu tune the CAYB motor i suppose by incresing the cr pressure and the turbo boost and after tuning i will have from 90hp and 230nm at the flywheel stock, raised up to 140hp and 320nm of power. So i ask you guys and especially mates that have already have stage 1 tunning, is it worth to pay 350 euros for such a tunning? Will i notice the power gain from the very first driving after the tune or the power gain is such of a small scale that it wont be noticeable? Also i dont want to run my car over its capabilities and damage either the fuel system or the turbo, since i can't a for 6000 euros + to fix it afterwards..... i mean it is already running at 18-19 psi...... know that from obd2 elm 327.....
 

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Going from 90 to 140 especially in a small car you'll definitely notice it. I mapped my last mk4 golf tdi from 115 to 140 and this one 100 to 140 and it's a lot better.

If it was me I wouldn't hesitate
 

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Going from 90 to 140 especially in a small car you'll definitely notice it. I mapped my last mk4 golf tdi from 115 to 140 and this one 100 to 140 and it's a lot better.

If it was me I wouldn't hesitate
I went for a test with obd2 today. I set the correct profile with 1310 kilos including my weight. Thats the results
please someone tell me if its ok. Everything on car is stock
 
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