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Hi Flavio,

Sadly(for you) it's in Dutch, but i could recommend this company, they are experts in remapping the Alfa engins (Diesel and Petrol)
They have tested each engine and there conclusion is that each diesel is the same, i other words they can get a 150HP tot230HP as also the 180HP and 210HP.
Costs only 550 euro.

https://www.squadra-tuning.nl/chiptuning/alfa-romeo/stelvio/2-2-jtdm-210-pk-8at/


I'm considering it!
 

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Hi Flavio,

Sadly(for you) it's in Dutch, but i could recommend this company, they are experts in remapping the Alfa engins (Diesel and Petrol)
They have tested each engine and there conclusion is that each diesel is the same, i other words they can get a 150HP tot230HP as also the 180HP and 210HP.
Costs only 550 euro.

https://www.squadra-tuning.nl/chiptuning/alfa-romeo/stelvio/2-2-jtdm-210-pk-8at/


I'm considering it!

Today I went to the simulator of Chip Tuner here in Portugal.
One that made a VW GOLF TDI 150hp till 240hp (with some modification)

http://www.pke.pt

And I saw that and my conclusion was that the Stelvio regular is the 180hp.
And officialy it came out with a detune version which is the 150hp, and a Stage 1 tune with 210.
If you want a more powered stage 2 is 230hp. 10% more than the 210hp.

https://pke.pt/simulador/?step=5&marca=Alfa Romeo&modelo=Stelvio&ano=2017 a ?&motor=2.2 JTDm&id=123
 

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hi! quick question! i just wonder if will we feel the 10% better power with the chip mapping? also does better chip remapping actually equate not only in engine performance but also mileage as well?
 

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Depends how it is done!

I have done both Giuilias and Stelvio JTDs. The 150hp Giulia hits the speed limiter at 250km/h maybe I will remove the speed limiter these days and the owner will test its max speed. We will try to verify it with gps.
 
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To answer your question I remaped a few 210hp Stelvios. Stock only with remap you can get around 40hp more.

Then you can remove DPF and both EGRs. After that turbo upgrade and adding the water coolers from 280/510versions... the Q2 mechanical diff if you don't have it, 6 pistons front brake calipers and so on.
 
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To answer your question I remaped a few 210hp Stelvios. Stock only with remap you can get around 40hp more.

Then you can remove DPF and both EGRs. After that turbo upgrade and adding the water coolers from 280/510versions... the Q2 mechanical diff if you don't have it, 6 pistons front brake calipers and so on.
thanks for the advice! i am opt to do the remap tuning or maybe performance chips but removing the dpf and egr might not be in a good idea since here in japan it can be strict in that regard, i saw a bunch of companies offering performance chips, mainly, madness, racechip etc, any brand you would recommend worth getting?
 

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Where are you located in Japan?
 
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