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dpf filter removal audi a3 1.9 tdie 2009

Discussion in 'Sales Questions' started by deek19790, Oct 30, 2012.

  1. deek19790
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    Hi mate,

    how much will you charge to remove the dpf filter on audi a3 1.9 tdie 2009.

    thanks
    dee
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    Good Morning,

    The DPF delete and remap for your vehicle is £699.00 inc vat with a performance remap or £599 inc vat with a standard remap.

    To carry out the DPF delete, we would remove your current DPF, take out the internals that would become blocked and then re-fit the DPF pipe. This way it looks like the DPF is still there but is not actually operating any more. We then remap the car to ensure it runs correctly without the DPF.

    If you opt for the performance remap with the DPF delete, not only will you have no longer have any DPF issues but the remap totally transforms the car.

    The performance remap that we carry out with the DPF delete gives the car an extra 45-55 and about the same in torque. The remap includes a before rolling road run to test standard power. The car is then mapped on the road as well as the dyno to suit your car and the DPF delete. After this we finish with a final rolling road run so you have a printout of before and after power. The car will be much quicker all the way through the rev range as well as having better throttle response low down. You will find it is a lot more drivable.

    Not only will the car be much quicker but when driving around normally it will also gain better mpg. Obviously the mpg gain will differ depending on your driving style and driving conditions. The reason for the gain in MPG is due to the extra torque, due to the extra torque you don’t have to push the car as hard when driving around normally. The extra torque means you would require less throttle to get to your desired speed which means you use less fuel. Hope that makes sense, it is one of those things that is easier to explain by spoken word.

    To carry out this upgrade we would require the car for a full working day and are taking bookings a week in advance.

    Hope this helps but if you do have any further questions please do not hesitate in contacting me.

    Ben
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