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I have been pondering a while about getting my VW Polo 1.9 TDI 2003 remapped to 130 bhp (same as Polo 1.9 TDI GT) I was wandering though if there is any technical or part differences in brakes, gear box or clutch etc for the increased power as I dont want to destroy my Polo! I appreciate any help what so ever! Thanks for your time!

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Think lots of places recommend up rating the clutch and flywheel that way you can get the most out of the map and not burn your clutch out. Possibly get a single mass flywheel as well instead of the normal dual mass (costs a fair but but at least you won't waste money on gaining power and not being able to use it)

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