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Audi A3 remap and induction kit

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by JAG SINGHX, Oct 5, 2011.

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    Hi guys im new to dis forum and could do with some help. Im thinkin of getting my a3 remaped its a 1.4t 2008 was wondering if its actually worth doin and if so where is the best place to get it done. I also want to get an induction kit and wanted to knw wuts da best one....

    Any help will be appreciated
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    Revo do a map for it that adds about 10%. As its such a low output std you may well find 10% worth having but at £400 i would do their try it first thing.

    Also be aware that having spent your £400 you then have to spend £2 to get a sticker........really pee'd me off...I spent £707 with them and still they wanted £2 for a sticker....never did get one :-(

    Induction kit will not add anything as std air system will easily flow 160 bhp
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    Thank you paddy helped a lot...you spent £707 with REVO was that for a stage 2, is the sticker they wanted £2 for a decal for the car?
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    Would it be worth getting a K&N panel filter?
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    paddy Audi=No fault code, no idea

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    Jag, mine was stg 1 but i bought their SPS switch as well which enables you customize the map a bit and return to std for servicing etc. and yes it was a little 100mm sticker for the numberplate etc.
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    lol thats tighter than a gnats chuff!

    out of interest, i've got a 1.6 TDI which has an impressive 106 bhp. i was thinking of getting a remap, but would i actually see any gains there? mine is a bit sluggish at times, and I'd like to make the ride a little more exciting, nothing major though.
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    paddy would you recommend gettin a panel filter? apparently the gains are supposed to be quite good
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    Apparently they write their own remaps now so it won't necessarily be a generic map. An individual map done on the day on a rolling road is definitely recommended!

    AMD Essex has a very good reputation so you can't go wrong with them.
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