Alfa Romeo 147 Remap
The Alfa Romeo 147 was face lifted in the end of 2004: new front grille, new headlights, new rear lights and the interior was updated on all models besides the GTA version. Also a new more powerful diesel engine arrived and suspension was also tweaked. In 2006 the 147 1.9 JTD Q2 version was launched, which features a front Torsen limited slip differential. Alfa Romeo presented a new limited edition 147 called Ducati Corse at the 2007 Bologna Motor Show. The car is equipped with 170 PS (130 kW; 170 hp) JTD diesel engine and Q2, a front Torsen limited slip differential.
If you are here to gain more power, better MPG and torque for your Alfa Romeo 147 car then look no further.
- All the vehicle we do is Custom Remapped, nothing less will do
- All the vehicle we do carries a Lifetime Warranty on the software
- All the vehicle we do carries a no-quibble 30-Day Money Back Guarantee
After your ECU upgrade to your Alfa Romeo 147, you will enjoy:
- Increased horsepower | Increased torque | Better throttle response
- Smoother power delivery | Improved fuel economy | Safer overtaking
Performance Result For Alfa Romeo 147
|Model||Original BHP||Tuned BHP||BHP +||Original Nm||Tuned Nm||Nm +|
|1.9 JTD 100||100||130||30.00%||250||300||20.000%|
|1.9 JTD 110||110||142||29.00%||275||310||13.000%|
|1.9 JTD 115||115||145||26.00%||275||325||18.000%|
|1.9 JTD 120||120||150||25.00%||280||340||21.000%|
|1.9 JTD 140||140||170||21.00%||305||365||20.000%|
|1.9 JTD 150||150||180||20.00%||305||370||21.000%|
[Note: Nm = Newton metre and BHP = Brake Horse Power]
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About Bosch EDC16:
The new Electronic Diesel Control EDC 16 engine management system from Bosch has its debut in the V10-TDI- and R5-TDI-engines. Bosch EDC 16 engine management system is designed to be compatible as both a single and double control unit concept. The actual concept used depends on the number of cylinders in the engine.