Hot off the back of the release of a remap for the normally-aspirated Cooper version of the Mini Paceman, global ECU remap leaders Superchips has released a conversion for 2.0 SD turbodiesel engine’d variants.
Used in a wide range of models, including the Cooper versions of the Countryman, Coupe, Cabriolet, Roadster and Paceman as well as the Cooper itself, the engine produces 143PS from the factory.
However, the Superchips remap adds 29bhp at 3766rpm and a healthy 54Nm of torque at the same point. The combination gives the Mini not only additional performance for safer overtaking and improved response for more rewarding driving, it also makes for more relaxed cruising.
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As with most Superchips conversion, an additional benefit is that, when compared with a similar driving style, owners can expect to see improvements in fuel consumption of up to 7% with the remap fitted.
The remap uses Superchips’ EPC device which, when fitted to the vehicle, optimises engine fuel and turbo boost settings.
The device is fitted to the vehicle by one of Superchips’ nationwide dealers and the price of £399 includes labour and VAT. The conversion is covered by Superchips’ no-quibble seven-day money back guarantee and the device itself is also covered by Superchips’ product warranty*.
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