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3.0tdi Quattro S line- Remap??

Discussion in 'Audi S4/A4/A4 Cab (B8 Chassis)' started by trekbiker, Jul 12, 2011.

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    Hi,

    I'm finally back into an audi after a bit of RWD wilderness, picking up an ex company car 08 plate saloon this week.
    Has anyone on here mapped a 240 3.0tdi? I was going to probably use Simon at Emaps who always does a decent job with Bimmers for under £300. Warranty isn't an issue due to mileage/age of car. Any other suggestions who to use c.£300 (in South of england)please? apparently the engine maps to about 290brake and 470lb/ft AWESOME!!
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    Your biggest issue will be if the ECU is locked. If not then no problem at all and I'd probably go with SC Bluefin.

    If it's locked then options become a little more limited.
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    Ok Stu thanks.
    any issues with driveshaft/haldex box with extra torque? I guess that SC can 'unlock' if it is locked?
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    My car isn't remapped so I don't have experience of wear issues but there are a fair few on A5OC with the same engine who seem ok with it.

    SC can unlock and bench flash but not unlock for Bluefin yet.

    REVO can unlock and then flash via OBD.

    You don't have Haldex on this one :whistle2:
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    Doh!:busted_cop::busted_cop:

    That's the Ex TT owner in me....
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