Sorry for being late.. It was just i had gone for a heavy drive today morning and got back now. @ Black:- well the remap makes me feel real good now. Initially i had apprehensions as the fiat did not really respond to my liking. I expected more. But i was confident that the car would open up. As i was aware that the first 500 kms of my new car was a horrible experience to drive as the engine never really responded or behaved like a 90HP i expected. After 500 there was a slight change and after 10,000 it really felt like a 90. The remap also had the same effect. I just clocked a 1000 k after the change and now its really spot on. It drives good. There is enough power at your disposal. Overtaking is now at ease. It was strained before (to my liking). Now its like i feel the adrenaline rush. The engine revs smoother and its power at play. Regarding the acceleration figures i would say you need real sophisticated equipment to get it on and its not available for test as of now. It will be done soon. The stock 90 takes 16.4 seconds to reach 100 and i would say the remapped one can do it in 12 to 13 depending on your driving style. Well moreover the eagerness of the car to be revved hard is noticeable. Top speed has not been tested as there are no roads available in Kerala to do so. It will be done shortly and shall be posted. ---------- Post added at 06:30 PM ---------- Previous post was at 06:25 PM ---------- I dont think there is one smart guy in TASS who could really tell you the difference between a normal and a remapped car. Why should they scan the ecu in the first place. Do they ever do it????? well im unaware of that. They dont even wash the car properly and how do i expect them to take my car for an ECU scan. ---------- Post added at 06:34 PM ---------- Previous post was at 06:30 PM ---------- Q2, @ Black:- Do petes offer you with a chance to go back to their shop and modify the remaps in case you want it? (of course keeping everything withing operating limits) Why would you want to modify the maps? These maps are done after detailed logging so in normal conditions you would not need to change anything cause they would not be able to better it. According to them it is the best relaible set up. Ofcourse they can put back the car to stock in case you need to take the car for a warranty issue etc. The FGT cars anyway kick in around 2000 so you’ll get the fun from 2000 itself. The map reduces the kick in point by around 100 rpm max and that is the best they can do acording to Pete’s.