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anybody used ECU_TUNE on ebay for remap ?

AUDI@WRC Feb 12, 2007

  1. AUDI@WRC

    AUDI@WRC hows my driving call 0800-EAT-****

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    hello i have found a guy on ebay called ECU_TUNE he also has a website called motorhometuning.co.uk and can do a custom remap for £195.00 for my audi a4 150bhp 1.8t he said it will go to 195bhp after remap ? anybody used this guy all the feedback is postive on ebay ? :redrs4:
     
  2. A3_Turbo

    A3_Turbo Swaying towards IHI....

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    Personally wouldnt go anywhere near the guys on ebay wouldnt touch them with a barge pole.

    Go to a repitable tuner depending on where you are in the country,

    Awesome,Star, Would of said AMD but may people offer propper remaps.

    Just DONT go with the guys on ebay.

    Jason
     
  3. Lowlife

    Lowlife German Hardcore

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    Ebay is not a place I'd go looking for tuners on. Its like the people who sell 'chips' that are nothing more than a 2p resistor yet they make massive BHP gain claims. Steer well clear and avoid throwing money away and more importantly risk damaging your engine...
     
  4. TQuattro99

    TQuattro99 New Member

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    i regret to tell you stay well clear!!! i had my 1999 a3 18t quattro remaped and it wouldnt run right in 1st n 2nd gear, he told me its because my temp sensor/maff sensor and manifold sensors have all been fried!!!!! see my thread called ecu remap let down!!! i ended up having the my old file put back on!!! he does seem to do alot of audi's though and it obviously does work on some cars but its weather you want to take the risk.....
     
  5. DPM

    DPM Site Sponsor Site Sponsor

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    There's so many good tuners around now that i'm sure one of them will be near to where your are.
     
  6. RSTuning

    RSTuning New Member

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    Sorry to dig up an old thread but trust me there are so many "uploaders" out there it's dangerous! None of them have a clue what is changed in the file they buy or get from that amazing ebay cd so be warned. If you value your car seriously think about paying a reputable company the money for a reliable job.

    Paul
     
  7. golisago

    golisago Member

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    ASk use how we know.......i personally know a guy who did this and ended up having to buy a new ecu for his Audi A3 2.0L tdi quattro sport who i will not name or the company he got it from....but i know it was over a £1000.

    Steve.
     

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