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Dimsport or revo remap

Beni786 Jun 27, 2012

  1. Beni786

    Beni786 Member

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    As the title suggests, thinking of a remap but don't know which one to go for, £250 for dimsport with ecu out, or£275 for revo

    Any experience peeps? Which one do u suggest
     
  2. OxfordRich

    OxfordRich Collecting Rings VCDS Map User

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    Don't be taking the ecu out...... Why not do a bit more research? Check out DNATuning, who are a forum sponsor. They do great work and probably have an agent near you. Don't touch the ECU.
     
  3. Beni786

    Beni786 Member

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    Thanks, will check it out
     
  4. coolevilangel

    coolevilangel Member

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    revo for £275??
     
  5. Beni786

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  6. Rick @ Unicorn Motor Dev.

    Rick @ Unicorn Motor Dev. Site Sponsor Site Sponsor

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    Hi Beni, what model is your car?

    Rick
     
  7. D2NY G

    D2NY G Well-Known Member

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    ive got the revo map, cant fault it one bit lad!
     
  8. David Cook

    David Cook Member

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    R-Tech in Leicester, get my vote every time. Had them map my PD130 Golf with massive gains.

    Current map on the 3.0TDi isn't too shabby either
     
  9. Beni786

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    A4 B8, 2.0 tdi 140bhp
     
  10. solaris

    solaris Member

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    Dont let anyone remove your ecu for a remap. You should go with the Revo map in my opinion, it's well tested & great quality code.
     
  11. Marrow

    Marrow Member

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    I agree !!!
     
  12. ANDYTQ

    ANDYTQ Well-Known Member

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    Me too,had revo on three different cars,not one issue in 7 yrs.Definately worth the money for the quality and ease of adjustments.
     
  13. Rick @ Unicorn Motor Dev.

    Rick @ Unicorn Motor Dev. Site Sponsor Site Sponsor

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    Hi Beni, your car has an early EDC17 ECU which although it can be done over OBD, it's often better to remove the ECU and read it this way - it's certainly safer. We would normally remove ECU to take a read to have as a backup at the very least. Without doing this, you can never truly put the car back to standard.

    Thanks, Rick.
     
  14. Beni786

    Beni786 Member

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    Top man rick, just what I needed to hear!
     
  15. solaris

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    Its good to hear why people would want to remove the ecu so thanks for that explanation. Oh and I'm familiar with your work on SRS keep it up mate, I may use your services in the near future. :thumbsup:
     

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