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early 96 a4 1.8 turbo

20v5pot Jul 21, 2005

  1. 20v5pot

    20v5pot New Member

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    hi can anyone tell me if there is somebody out there who can chipp a early a4 because i tried to get a revro chipp installed and was told that the ecu would not support flash technology.can anyone help?I also see on the giac, and the awe, website in america that they only start chipping cars from 1997 onwards? is my car too early to modify?
     
  2. madkebab

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    I have a 96 the same as you. My car is Superchipped. Been very happy with the performance. Jabbasport and AMD can also chip your car.
     
  3. AndyC

    AndyC Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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  4. hop2407

    hop2407 Active Member

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    I had the same problem with Revo technology (early ECU), you need to have the physical chipped changed and remapped. As MadKebab says - I had mine done at Jabba
     
  5. madkebab

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    Hop - Is your car now sorted mate after the ECU problems?
     
  6. 20v5pot

    20v5pot New Member

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    thanks for the info lads i have got my car booked in at AMD next monday morning. Cant wait
     
  7. hop2407

    hop2407 Active Member

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    [ QUOTE ]
    Hop - Is your car now sorted mate after the ECU problems?

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    Yes thanks Matey.... It was the ECU that went pop.... The garage owner (bless him) stumped up the bill for the new ECU (aprox £1300) and even paid to have the Jabba chip put back in the car.... Top marks to that guy /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/ok.gif Got same performance (as expected really)

    I just paid for the original work (Brake pads, water pump, stat and belts)....

    He has a bit more back off me as well as I had a knocking coming from underneath and it turned out to be the ARB drop links ('C' shaped link) - one was Knac'd and the other one was on it's way (no movement but a rubber starting to perish), so I had them both done at the same time (only £20 each plus 1.25 hours labour).......
     

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