Saw this beautiful, rare 365 GT4 BB the other day, having just been at Joe Macari's for some work. Lovely blue leather interior and the driver/mechanic I spoke to said it was a great machine to drive, even around town.
Hi Spice, get your C350 CDI re-mapped (by a company that knows what they are doing obviously). I have exactly the same car as you, a 2012 C350 Cdi sport, got it re-mapped by Acid @ MSL and totally love it now. It's bloody quick, returns 43-46 mpg however I drive, but it still looks like a normal...
Hi Ed, no offence taken :thumb:
The car certainly is fun but in a very different way to a petrol engined one, it's all about torque and not revs as you know. A bit of 'sleeper' too that has surprised more than a couple fast cars in the past.
Kind regards Matt
FOC to established members a walnut faced trim piece for the top dash panel. Very good condition with all fixing studs attached, just missing one nut. It could be painted or wrapped to suit your needs etc. Collection only from either Aldershot or Wandsworth areas.
Kind regards Matt
Hi Ted? My car has no other mods whatsoever - I have fitted some BMC filters (honestly can't remember if was before or after re-mapping, but only fitted those for re-userbility), other than that a bog standard 2012 C350CDI 265BHP Sport saloon.
Below is a graph page of some of the different maps...
Personally I wouldn't go anywhere else other than MSL Birmingham. I have used them a number of times for various tuning needs including my 2012 C350 CDI.
Due to his tenacity and dogged determination for perfection it took Acid the best part of a whole day to re-map, dyno and tweak my car...
Give Command in Lightwater, Surrey a shout. They are forum sponsors and specialists at this kind of thing and although maybe a bit far for you they'll certainly give you good advice or point you in the right direction.
KR Matt :thumb:
It might appear a good one if you just 'skim read' the advert, but there are a number of alarm bells ringing. First and foremost the lack of any explanation as what has happened to the car during the last 7 or 8 years? As 'pmcgsmurf' mentioned the missing 6 years MOT? These are the kind of cars...
Correct, the pump is engine driven. I wouldn't worry too much & agree with Gav (merc85) to get the engine running first, do some up & down functions and leave the car to settle overnight.
Good luck, Matt :thumb: