I have received a flier for an ECU-remapping service claiming to improve fuel consumption by up to 20% -

It is not cheap, about £250.00, but as I do 20,000 miles per year it might be worth while.

I wondered if you have any experience of the company or ones like it?

Asked on 26 April 2011 by Tim lambert

Answered by Honest John is the best. But be prepared for accelerated turbo wear and you have to tell your insurer who will bump up your premium by so much that the cost will probably exceed any savings you make from increased fuel economy.
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