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I got my car with 53k miles on it, 2012 Eco mt. The first thing was trying to find the right tuning company, and food intake and exhaust options. Looking at the promises of other companies and on the fly gimmicks, I almost went that route. After much brain picking and evaluating I went with a bnr. I received the handheld and out of the box, it needed an update from Jerry. He had it fixed within a half hour. I ran some logs and had no idea what I was doing. Not only did he remote in to my computer from 1300miles away, he downloaded my own crap for me, reviewed the files, and showed me how to do it the next time..

Update one was stupid, the car made diesel torque from a 1.4, insane. The next tune was a little smoother, and the current tune is so butter smooth, and it pulls forever. I drive 110 miles per day and see 50mpg on the highway all day long at 70mph. It's the best mod you can do, and the tuning service worth every penny.

I cannot not recommend this enough. My friend drove his dad's and mine back to back, and he didn't believe it was a stock turbo, bolt on intake and mp/dp, he swore it was gone through.

i can't say enough about jerry and bnr!
 

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Installing this tune is extremely simple, txcruze26. You just plug the device into your OBDII and click on the tune on your handheld device. If anything, you can look up How-To's on Google/YouTube.
 

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Installing this tune is extremely simple, txcruze26. You just plug the device into your OBDII and click on the tune on your handheld device. If anything, you can look up How-To's on Google/YouTube.
would it be worth it on a completely stock 1.4 auto?
 

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would it be worth it on a completely stock 1.4 auto?
From what I've read it is worth it, not knowing from experience, but from all the reading and youtube videos I've watched. Im out of the country for a few months and besides seeing my girlfriend again this is the next thing I plan on doing after I arrive back to base.
 

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It's worth it.

the fuel mileage will be as good, and daily torque was effectively 50ft lbs more. It's insane the difference. If you're not too tech savvy (I thought I am and still messed it up) Jerry will take his time and walk you through the entire process.. I couldn't get it figured out and he remoted in my computer, did it for me, showed me how to do it next time, and I got the tune shortly there after.

what other mod for the $ can get you 7-8 hp and 10-12 ft lbs per $100? People spend $250 on an intake that won't give you anything
 

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would it be worth it on a completely stock 1.4 auto?
yes! Mine is stock (with the exception of a k&n intake and love the improvement.
 
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would it be worth it on a completely stock 1.4 auto?
YES!! The improved shifting alone is worth it! BNR trans shiftpoints are so much smoother and more like driving a old school 3 or 4 speed transmission. No more of that jerking around because the car doesnt know what gear it wants to be in!
 
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