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recently got a discovery sport 15 reg, its the same engine as the td4, automatic  2.2 diesel.  average about 31mpg. ive been told a engine remap would increase mpg and performance. i was wondering if anyone had this done?

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My wife had the 2.0 hse 184 bhp auto. A truly amazing car it would easily do mid 40's mpg and over 50 If I tried. Not bad for a seven seater.

30 mpg does not sound right for a 2.2, a mate has the same engine in an auto FL2 and that will do mid 30's. I would get it checked first make sure it is all as it should be. Is the dpf clear?

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3 hours ago, Weihrauch17 said:

It will invaidate your Insurance if you don't inform your Insurer.  I had my Disco Auto TD5 done and it made no difference at all, was a waste of money.

A friend of mine had a TD5 110 station wagon remapped and it goes like **** off a Teflon coated pitchfork.

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26 minutes ago, London Best said:

A friend of mine had a TD5 110 station wagon remapped and it goes like **** off a Teflon coated pitchfork.

The guy who did mine was well rated, it made absolutely no difference to anything except my bank balance.

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Hi

Superchips (.co.uk) should have something for you - I can say, over 3 vehicles (a petrol and 2 diesel including current Panzer 7), they do what they say on the page............

Obviously you inform Insurers - that it was done to further reduce emissions and give better mpg.

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Bought a 2007 FL2 2.2 Diesel TD4 that had been chipped and remapped, it is a totally different vehicle to my mates, much quicker, mid 40's mpg on a run A roads and motorways, it also has a Graduated turbo fitted, all done at a L/Rover specialist. Cost a fair bit in total though for the previous owner.

 

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