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1.6 TDI custom remapping available!

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by Rick @ Unicorn Motor Dev., Jul 16, 2012.

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    [Jul 16, 2012]
    Hello all,

    We are pleased to announce we are now able to offer fully custom maps for the 1.6TDI engine :)

    The maps are all carried out in our workshop in Stockport, Cheshire. We are shortly taking a summer break, and so this service will be available from the beginning of August

    Please email remapping@unicornmotordevelopments.com for enquiries.

    Thanks, Rick
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    [Jul 16, 2012]
    what kinda gains ect??
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    Typically they produce 130bhp :)

    Rick
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    [Jul 24, 2012]
    And, one ponders, what is the impact on fuel economy?

    Given MOT testing it would also be interested to know the CO2 output too...

    ...presuming of course that the bullet proof VAG build engine/drivetrain/clutch can take such a pounding?

    Oh, and to confirm this is a simple remap stage 1, not a stage 2/3?
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    Hello,

    yes this is stage 1. You can go further but we don't recommend it on such a new car. MPG will improve as efficiency is improved. That's provided you aren't on the power all the time!

    Rick
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