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Any one know some trick to cheep tunig "move up blueemotion"

I need some more power.

I will start from air filter

Any good ideas
 

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Air filter will make no difference (youtube it).
Think you can't tune the engine?
 

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Bluemotion = energy efficient/lower emission and (supposedly) better MPG.Tuning = lower MPG (mostly) and (possible) more emission.

Just wondering why you purchased a Bluemotion as opposed to the standard 75hp Up?
 

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Truth-seeker said:
Bluemotion = energy efficient/lower emission and (supposedly) better MPG.Tuning = lower MPG (mostly) and (possible) more emission.

Just wondering why you purchased a Bluemotion as opposed to the standard 75hp Up?

also the BMT is the only one available in some regions, like denmark
 

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You could ask at your dealers if they could re-map your engine to the 75,apparently that is all the difference between the two
 

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You could ask at your dealers if they could re-map your engine to the 75,apparently that is all the difference between the two
The gearing is different between the 60 and 75 versions.
The 75 revs higher, thus makes more power.
 

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_1S_ said:
spud said:
You could ask at your dealers if they could re-map your engine to the 75,apparently that is all the difference between the two
The gearing is different between the 60 and 75 versions.
The 75 revs higher, thus makes more power.







this has been discussed in so many threads, most of which by the way come to the conclusion that your statement is not true!



this thread has a graph of the two engine maps on page three.

http://upownersclub.co.uk/forum/bhp_topic2768_page1.html



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redakula said:
Mulo said:
Is anyone going find me those graphs showing the torque and BHP at different revs that I saw somewhere and keep thinking of but can't find?
Here is one:



I don't regret getting the 60Bhp. When i am at 4000 RPM i'm at motorway cruising speed at about 80mph so the difference unless you go really fast i negligible.
Edited by: Mulo
 

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I've got a 6bhp and a 75bhp and they both read around 4000rpm at 85mph so there's not much (if any) difference in gearing
 

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That should read 60bhp, not 6
 

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If you're feeling rich you could get the Up! GT next year - 108bhp, 0-60 8.5 seconds
 
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