307 HDi 90 to Hdi 110

Discussion in 'Peugeot 307' started by david quinn, Oct 21, 2004.

  1. david quinn

    david quinn Guest

    Please excuse a stupid question.....

    I heard that the 90 and 110 BHP versions of the 2 litre diesel were only
    different because of software in the engine management system. Is it
    possible to "overclock" the 90 just by an adjustment to this software? Is
    there real physical differences in the engine ?

    I am sceptical, but curious. As usual one of you guys will have the
    definitive answer.
     
    david quinn, Oct 21, 2004
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  2. david quinn

    blackknight Guest

    yes you can get ecu remapped to increase bhp on the 90 but not sure if
    thats all that was done to bring it up to 11o but would be much else to
    gain 20 hp a good free flow exhaust and air fillter could give you up to
    10 bhp
     
    blackknight, Oct 21, 2004
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  3. The additional 20hp comes from an inter-cooler fitted on the 110hp unit.
    This is an expensive "after thought"
    and, if you are looking for more power/torque the 20hp can be less
    expensively provided by fitting an additional "chip" or re-mapping the
    original. Have a look at www.allardturbosport.co.uk. I have no commercial
    interest but,
    what they don`t know about diesels probably ain`t worth knowing.
    Happy Motoring.

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    [email protected], Oct 21, 2004
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  4. david quinn

    Green Wasabi Guest

    The difference, if I'm not mistaken is a variable noozle turbo, higher
    pressure injection and ECU (electronics).
    Best wishes
     
    Green Wasabi, Oct 25, 2004
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