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Discussion in 'A4/A4 cabriolet/S4 forum(B6 chassis)' started by beameup, May 2, 2010.

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    [May 2, 2010]
    I am thinking of using celtic tuning for a remap of my 163 advant sport at the end of the month.GOOD PRICE GIVEN £295 ALL INCLUSIVE plus £95 for a forge dv if fitted at sametime claim 213bhp and 255lb torque.What do people think of this or have used this company the info sent to me was very good and looks a very repectable company,forgot to say remap is done at your address.

    Thanks for any advice
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    [May 2, 2010]
    I've heard a lot of good things about Celtic Tuning and their remaps are all dyno tested if I remember right, plus more power than a lot of the others out there. I was going to get my remap done with them, but now I've got to spend the money on getting my exhaust altered as it's touching my vortex kit and I don't want it burning or melting, but I'll probably be using them next month for a remap. Let us know how it goes if you use them.

    I have seem others, Elite Tuning I think that do it for £199, less BHP increase, but more torque, but no mention of any dyno testing or anything when the remap was developed like the Celtic remaps.

    Rich
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    [May 3, 2010]
    i had a remap done by them through a 3rd party in clydebank - 1st ecu packed in, they replaced it but never saw more than 10bhp more. promises to get it looked at never happened. i too heard good things & spoke to them myself afterwards. they wanted the ecu for some time to test, but i couldn't afford not to have the car as i needed it for work and they couldn't give me a time on how long they wanted ot for, so i declined. i spent a few hundred ££'s with no refund, or even partial refund. i paid for the car to be dyno'd at 3 independant RR places to ensure accurate readings.

    i felt a bit disapointed, but have heard many good things for other audi's.
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