There will be little to no gain for the engine from solely a remap...Has anyone sent their ECU's to be re-mapped by Paramount Performance or any other company? I'm thinking about having the chips upgraded for my 2007 DB9, and any thoughts/advice would be appreciated. Thanks!
Sure, I will try to give you some idea about the subject, though you should not listen to me alone before going from theory to practice.Seraga,
I have already upgraded the exhaust to a Quicksilver, do you have any ideas about brands for (or more importantly who sells) a high performance intake for the car?
Hi. Do you know how to access the DB9 air filters? It almost seems as though the front wheels and wheel-well trim have to be removed.I think K&N is (one of) the most popular options available out there.
There not to hard to access, but require at least a lift or jack stands. You leave the wheels on the front but remove the lower screws in the front section of the inner wheel well linings, the under tray then will need to be removed, the same bolts that hold the undertray are holding the wheel well lining to the front lower spoiler, remove those and pull the wheel lining back,Hi. Do you know how to access the DB9 air filters? It almost seems as though the front wheels and wheel-well trim have to be removed.
BTW, I'm considering the ECU remap as well. But only because I currently have replacement, high-flow cats, NO exhaust silencer/muffler, and soon.... high-flow air filters.
Sounds very, very easy. I have new filters from RSC. I'll post how the installation turns out. I also intend to drill holes into my stock air-boxes for additional air-flow. Should be fine, as I believe this is an old race-car technique.The filter just slides off, slide the new one on and reverse the procedure.