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AMD or Revo

Discussion in 'Tuning' started by Sebba, Nov 24, 2009.

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  1. Sebba

    Sebba New Member

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    Hi guys - apologies for this question as I can imagine it has been done to DEATH but I am new to this forum so just need a little guidance.

    I am jumping from an BMW M3 to S3 (2002 or so); & from what I can gather, I NEED to chip the S3

    Also from what I have found so far, the best way to go is either a Revo or AMD chip (or possibly Jabba??)

    Just want to see if there are any noticeable differences between them?

    Was also planning on putting a new air fitler on it....K&N all the way??

    Also I am also looking at an unmolested S3 tomorrow - anything I should look out for in particular?

    Thanks in advance for your help guys!!
     
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  3. voorhees

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    Revo will give you a five hour driving trial so give it a go
     
  4. dickys3

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    First things, don't bother with the air filter, the standard one is more than up to the job.

    As for the remap, Revo will be more aggressive and the AmD will be smoother.

    Which ever one you go for I can guarantee you will be happy with the results!
     
  5. jojo

    jojo Looking for Boost!
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    As you have posted the exact same thread in the 8L A3/S3 section, where there is plenty of response, I'm locking this one.
     
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