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Anyone have a Jabbasport remap on a tfsi

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by jordychris, Sep 20, 2008.

  1. jordychris

    jordychris Member

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    I have been looking on the jabbasport website and have looked at their bhp and torgue boosts for their stage 2 custom maps for the mk5 gti as there is nothing for the A3.Has anyone had a remap done at Jabbasport and what is it like
     
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    I had one done on my mk4 golf tdi, 130-180 bhp, it was very good and they really know what they are doing and very keen to help.:icon_thumright:
     
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    What effect did it have on your MPG Harvey?

    Did it feel like it had increased by 50 horses when you put your foot down?

    Thanks,
    Pete.
     
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    Yeah it did feel like it had an extra 50 horses it went like sh*t of a shovel! I spent alot of money on the suspension after that to try and put the power down. As for the fuel my dad had exactly the same car but not re-mapped and his did about 50mpg but he drove it steady and mine i used to drive very hard and never got less than about 37mpg. But mine is a diesel and yours a petrol so not saying its going to be exactly the same obv.
    But trust me jabbasport know what there doing and are really keen, last time i went up there they had a A3 2.0T Quattro running 400bhp! and i went out in there Skoda fabia tdi that was running over 200bhp, you won't go wrong having anything done there mate.:icon_thumright:
     

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