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3.2 V6 Quattro - Remap Northwest ?

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by ruffrida, Sep 27, 2012.

  1. ruffrida
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    [Sep 27, 2012]
    Hi,

    My mate has a 05plate 3.2 V6 Quattro and is looking for the best place in the Northwest to get a remap, he is based in Mongleton (congleton) south Cheshire,

    Cheers
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    We can do these no problem. They are quite a fussy ECU so we remove them to do a full backup. I have had to repair a few where a man in a van has turned up and left the customer stranded!

    Rick
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    Mongleton lol, I'm near to Congleton so I know what you mean haha!
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    Gains are minimal on NA engines. In other words the 3.2 engine is not worth remapping.
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    just because peak bhp wont change much doesnt mean it can't be faster.

    Induction is a great addition for freeing up some horses and the map will make the most of it and optimise your engine allowing best peak bhp per rpm
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    Any evidence to support that?

    The Dyno charts i've seen so far give very little gain throughout the entire rev range.
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    You can feel a difference in the mid range for sure. It isn't the same league as a turbo engine but there are gains.

    Rick
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    I'm a Shark dealer and can also accomdate this fella.
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    when mixed with an air filter and decent designed exhaust, you can see up to 15bhp.


    it might not seem a lot compared to a turbo car but it is a gain.
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    The 3.2 V6 is a very willing engine when time is spent on the software.

    The following link gives you an idea of what is achievable - http://www.jbsautodesigns.co.uk/product/3787/vvt-attack-na

    Coupled with a decent air intake and a cat-back exhaust the drivability will be greater improved.

    Also is the vehicle a manual or DSG model?
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    [Sep 30, 2012]
    Hi Guys,

    Thanks for all your input, what we looking at price wise, and its a manual,

    Cheers
    Adam
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