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2.0 HDI 8v 110BHP DPF 2001 – 2005 Bosch EDC15C2

140 BHP

Stage 1 Power

300 Nm

Stage 1 Torque

Stage 1 DPF Safe (140 BHP | 300 Nm)

The DPF safe remap is specially designed by HDI Tuning and tested over many years to ensure maximum power from a stage 1 remap whilst minimising the risk of DPF blockage. To do this we keep AFR high and clean this reduces soot particles and thus soot accumulation in the DPF. The Stage 1 DPF safe remap still gives great gains with 140 BHP and 300Nm. We recommend this remap for vehicles that are well maintained and cover plenty of long journeys to keep the DPF clean.

Stage 1 DPF Delete (145 BHP | 320 Nm)

The Stage 1 DPF delete remap is designed for optimum performance and reliability on a standard vehicle which has undergone DPF removal. Peak power will be 145 BHP and maximum torque will be increased to an exciting 320Nm. The stage 1 remap is designed to run clean even with DPF removal, the smoke particle levels will be well below the maximum limits for annual checks.

Our remap delivers optimal power by matching the air delivered by the turbo to the correct quantity of diesel throughout the rev range of the engine. The result of this is great progressive power that keeps on pulling until 4000 rpm and a bit more too. As well as a great power boost you can expect to see economy gains of 3-5 MPG on average.


Stage 2 (155 BHP | 360 Nm)

The Stage 2 remap adds to the gains of the stage 1 remap and requires a straight through exhaust system upgrade. Peak power will be increased to 155 BHP and the maximum torque will be increased to 360Nm.


Stage 2+(160 BHP | 365 Nm)

The next stage in tuning requires a large front mounted intercooler. It’s best to fit a larger cooler, the limit is the space available behind the bumper.

As boost pressure will be increased, a higher reading 3.1 Bar MAP sensor must be fitted so that the ECU can regulate boost at a higher pressure, the 3.1 Bar MAP sensor uses part number 9649396580.

To help with EMP the exhaust needs to be a straight through system, 2.5 inch is best.

Most vehicles will require a new clutch or an upgraded Kevlar clutch to handle the extra torque. With 365Nm there will really be a big difference in power and torque and how it’s delivered.


Stage 3(180 BHP | 420 Nm)

The stage 3 remap requires all of the Stage 2 upgrades, and also a turbo upgrade. The fuel pump must be upgraded to the R70 pump from a 2.2 HDI or a 3.0 BMW 530D. It’s important to use a good low mileage pump and not one that has been left standing without fuel in as the pump can corrode inside and cease, thus damaging the seals once it’s turned.

The fuel pressure sensor 1920GW must be fitted, to get the engine to run with this pins 1&2 msut be swapped in the wiring loom to the sensor.

The turbo upgrade would ideally use a 52mm compressor with a VNT turbo, although a waste-gated turbo is also acceptable and easier to regulate with a mechanical boost controller.

The electronic turbo control will be de-activated in the ecu software to avoid setup complications and to allow for external regulation.

For VNT turbos the turbo can be controlled using a product called DigiBooster S. This uses electronic PID control to regulate boost with selectable strategies, a VNT turbo cannot be effectively controlled using only a ball and spring type mechanical boost controller.

A ceramic paddle clutch is required to hold the 420Nm of torque.


Optional extras:

EGR Delete

With EGR delete you can help to keep your engine clean and protect yourself from the risk of common EGR solenoid failure. For EGR delete the EGR solenoid must be disconnected at the blue electrical connector to the EGR solenoid. It’s recommended to fit an EGR blanking plate to ensure the system can never allow EGR gasses through in the event that the EGR isn’t fully closed.


  • Included with a stage 1 remap. £50 without remap (online only price).

1800 Bar fuel pressure sensor upgrade Part 1920GW

For vehicles running the upgraded R70 fuel pump wishing to push for a little extra top end power we can increase fuel pressure slightly. The stock sensor can only go to 1500 Bar so an upgraded sensor is required with part number 1920GW. Pins 1&2 must be swapped in the wiring loom in order to start the engine and a new calibration must be added via a remap. Injector calibrations in the stock ECU software run only until 1400 Bar, we will extend using our custom calibrations to 1800 bar. We recommend to run a max of 1600 Bar even with the uprated sensor, otherwise the extra work load on the fuel pump is too much.


  • £50 extra on top of remap cost – included with stage 3.

Programming Methods – OBD2

The EDC15C2 is an old ECU type and as such it’s covered by nearly all tools on the market. The best and most reliable tools to use are Kess V2 and MPPS. These tools can program directly over OBD without needing to remove the ECU.

The read and write processes both take around 1 minute for this ECU type.

How to use the online remapping service:

  • Obtain a suitable programming tool.
  • Install the tool to a reliable laptop.
  • Connect to the OBD port of your car, make sure you have backup chargers to the vehicle battery and the laptop battery.
  • ID the ECU and then take a read of the ECUs flash memory.
  • Email the software to along with a description of the remap you require.
  • Send payment through our webshop.
  • We will modify the software and send back to you. This normally takes less than 2 to 3 hours during work days.
  • Using the same tool, ID then write to the ECU. This will overwrite the ECUs flash memory, it’s important not to interrupt the process. If you encounter any problems we can fix the ECU for you so there’s absolutely nothing to worry about.
  • Let your engine warm up and then take the car for a spin, enjoy the extra power!

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