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Old 08-03-2012, 07:14 AM
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DMS re-mapping

I've been in touch with a company in the UK called AC Schnitzer because I want to get my car re-mapped when i get back home, they said it will increase from 445 BHP to 480bhp and torque 443Ib/ft to 487 is this the best performance I will get or should I not bother and just leave it?
They will also change the exhaust to make it sound more like the V12.
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