I had my 2.2HDi Peugeot boxer Autocruise remapped at Peterborough over the weekend. I must say I am still waiting to be impressed. The original engine is rated at 100bhp and it was a bit of a struggle getting up inclines in top gear so I though a remap would reduce the gear changing. And a bit of extra pull through the gears would not go amiss either. I had about 100 miles driving home yesterday and have to say I am underwhelmed. The claimed "going home with a smile on my face" didn't materialise....more of a frown really. There is certainly some improvement. Possibly a bit smoother and there may be a bit more acceleration (but I could be imagining that). Pull in top gear has improved enough that I do not need to change down. But there aren't many hills on the A47. It remains to be seen what the affect on fuel consumption is. I will have an opportunity to test it properly when we go to France in June. I'm happy with the small improvement given the price I paid. It has done what I had originally wanted...albeit with limited testing so far. But if it gives me a drastic reduction in fuel consumption figures then I will consider having it removed. Maybe I'm expecting too much from a 2.2 litre hauling almost 3 tonnes. But I did expect to feel a bit more from the claimed 30% improvement in torque and bhp. Unfortunately I did not do a 0 to 60 time test before having the remap so can't do any definitive tests. Have any other funsters had a remap on this engine? (It's a 2006 model).