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    2005 S60 2.0t remap options

    Afternoon chaps, I've been looking at my options for more power from my S60.

    Car is a 2.0T auto, 2006 MY, full Volvo history so should be no worries about it handling it,†will be having a performance panel filter fitted prior to any map.

    So, BSR, Rica or others?

    Based near Leeds, there is a place in Leeds who will Rica map it for £349 + VAT with rolling road before and after.

    BSR is 499 inc VAT but people say the throttle response is too sharp?

    Any other options?

    Not interested in selling it and buying a T5, I know the history of this car and its a good one.

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    Shem at Shemtek Automotive Solutions is worth a call, based in Nottingham.

    Shem has a superb reputation in the Volvo Community

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    A larger turbo, 3" downpipe with 200 cell cat and bigger injectors would be a good idea too. You'll then get well over t5 power without straining the ancillaries.
    19t, greens, 3" inlet, 3" downpipe with race cat, V70R catback, autotech map...

    310.2bhp / 333ft/lb

    2016 Swedish Day UK "Best Modified Swede"

    Got an old discovery now.

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