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Custom Remap or stick with REVO/Bluefin

Stevie C Nov 16, 2008

  1. Stevie C

    Stevie C Stevie C

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    I currently have a REVO remap on my 04 2.0TDI sport 140bhp taking it to around the 185bhp with 290lbft of torque.

    I have recently had some other mods done (not to the engine) and during this got chatting about a custom remap. My A3 has a full jetex exhaust and i was wondering if there is any benefit from having a custom remap done by someone such as Celtic Tuning? The BHP increase is the same as what i currently have with REVO but the Torque is knocking the 310lbft mark where as REVO is 290lbft.

    Am i just clutching at straws here or is a custom map the way ahead???
     
  2. Stevie C

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    PS, The A6 that was custom mapped while i was having mods done was rapid!!
     
  3. S3 Big Andy

    S3 Big Andy Stealth Beast Baby Yay

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    Ask revo for an update explain why they will advise you, ask for Carl, I would stay revo!!!
     
  4. Stevie C

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    Cheers Andy, Do Revo upgrade maps from time to time then?
    Has anyone on here with a custom map got any thoughts too so i can get both views?
     
  5. Carl.S

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    we do update our software when VAG update there software so we match the current update status but genrally the tuning will stay the same unless there is an issue; if you feel that you're going to gain from "custom" mapping then that is your choice but i can only really say that our tuning is tried, tested and trusted globaly.
     
  6. Stevie C

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    Many thanks for that Carl, I just wanted to get an idea. Pretty sure i will be sticking with REVO.
     
  7. Carl.S

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    not a problem mate!

    any other questions feel free to ask!
     

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