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    Dimsport or revo remap

    As the title suggests, thinking of a remap but don't know which one to go for, £250 for dimsport with ecu out, or£275 for revo

    Any experience peeps? Which one do u suggest

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    Don't be taking the ecu out...... Why not do a bit more research? Check out DNATuning, who are a forum sponsor. They do great work and probably have an agent near you. Don't touch the ECU.

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    Thanks, will check it out

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    revo for £275??

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    Quote Originally Posted by coolevilangel View Post
    revo for £275??
    Yep. ADS tech in preston. Web price £350 + vat but they said they would do it for £275.

    http://www.automotivediagnostics.co....sel-Tuning.php

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    Hi Beni, what model is your car?

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    ive got the revo map, cant fault it one bit lad!

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    Cool

    R-Tech in Leicester, get my vote every time. Had them map my PD130 Golf with massive gains.

    Current map on the 3.0TDi isn't too shabby either

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick @ Unicorn Motor Dev. View Post
    Hi Beni, what model is your car?

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    A4 B8, 2.0 tdi 140bhp

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    Dont let anyone remove your ecu for a remap. You should go with the Revo map in my opinion, it's well tested & great quality code.
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    Quote Originally Posted by solaris:1617710
    Dont let anyone remove your ecu for a remap. You should go with the Revo map in my opinion, it's well tested & great quality code.
    I agree !!!

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    Me too,had revo on three different cars,not one issue in 7 yrs.Definately worth the money for the quality and ease of adjustments.
    06 A4 AVANT QUATTRO 2.0T S-LINE SE,GARNET RED, RS4 REAR ARB,SPACERS ALLROUND,H & R SPRINGS,B5 PERCHES,A6 V8 RIMS.PORSCHE CAYENNE TURBO S SIX POTS .REVO ST2 MAP ,MILLTEK CATBACK EXHAUST,PANEL FILTER,034 INTAKE PIPE.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beni786 View Post
    A4 B8, 2.0 tdi 140bhp
    Hi Beni, your car has an early EDC17 ECU which although it can be done over OBD, it's often better to remove the ECU and read it this way - it's certainly safer. We would normally remove ECU to take a read to have as a backup at the very least. Without doing this, you can never truly put the car back to standard.

    Thanks, Rick.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick @ Unicorn Motor Dev. View Post
    Hi Beni, your car has an early EDC17 ECU which although it can be done over OBD, it's often better to remove the ECU and read it this way - it's certainly safer. We would normally remove ECU to take a read to have as a backup at the very least. Without doing this, you can never truly put the car back to standard.

    Thanks, Rick.
    Top man rick, just what I needed to hear!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick @ Unicorn Motor Dev. View Post
    Hi Beni, your car has an early EDC17 ECU which although it can be done over OBD, it's often better to remove the ECU and read it this way - it's certainly safer. We would normally remove ECU to take a read to have as a backup at the very least. Without doing this, you can never truly put the car back to standard.

    Thanks, Rick.
    Its good to hear why people would want to remove the ecu so thanks for that explanation. Oh and I'm familiar with your work on SRS keep it up mate, I may use your services in the near future.
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