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    Default Xantia 2.0L CT Turbo magic chips and black

    Has anyone out there used any Xantia 2.0 CT Turbo chip reprogramming and black boxes that claim to increase performance?.

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    Why not just turn up the boost to 1 bar....that is the limit this setup will take comfortably without going to the next step of changing the exhaust manifold [available from Holland $800 ] and when doing that you might as well put a new T28rs on it.....for much more Grrr.

    I have this motor in a 205 and its running 150kw at a low .8 bar. With the original T25 it has boost from waaay early which is great :}
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    Tell us more! Can the standard ECU be reprogrammed to do this, or do you have an aftermarket ECU? Or are you using manual wastegate control?

    Are you using the standard manifolds & injectors?

    (I also have a Turbo CT).

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    yes, standard ECU, injectors and manifold. The ECU will handle a 1 bar boost....thats all though. After that you will need aftermarket ECU.

    Personally i am using all the above however i run Haltech in case i decide to go for further upgrades [always a good option to have ]
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    Quote Originally Posted by jr20516v View Post
    Why not just turn up the boost to 1 bar....that is the limit this setup will take comfortably without going to the next step of changing the exhaust manifold [available from Holland $800 ] and when doing that you might as well put a new T28rs on it.....for much more Grrr.

    I have this motor in a 205 and its running 150kw at a low .8 bar. With the original T25 it has boost from waaay early which is great :}
    Excuse my ignorance but how do you turn up the boost,Andy.
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    You can use a manual boost controller.

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