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ECU tuner suggestions...

Discussion in 'A4/A4 cabriolet/S4 forum(B6 chassis)' started by dougan, Sep 21, 2003.

  1. dougan
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    OK... So my 2004 A4 1.8t (dolphin grey w/ultra-sport pac.) is on the way, I'm very excited to share pics/graphs/etc, but after reading all the ECU threads, I am still confused... Currently driving a 2002 WRX with mods to boot; included is the COBB tuned ECU. In the world of Subarus, its not a serious mystery of whom is the reliable tuner. They use serial programming as I see several of the Audi tuners do... I'd like to take care of my mods as soon as I get my car and my question is:

    Which serial programed ECU tuners do you guys most highly suggest (experience needed please). Im state-side so US tuners would be a plus.

    thanks, -dougan
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    Hi,

    Welcome to Audi-Sport /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/smile.gif

    APR have a good reputation and i have personally used their product on my old S3 and was very happy with it. I think AMD are also available in the US and there are many people i know who are running their product and are happy.

    Hope this helps, don't forget to post some pics when you get the car.

    Jon.
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    APR are the only tuner doing serial port tuning state side at this time as far as I am aware, with AmD coming soon from what I hear. APR have a great reputation in the states, especially on the stage 3 chip /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/1luvu.gif a colleague of mine in Houston runs very respectable 1/4's in his stage 3 APR A4.

    I think quite a few of the guys across the water are running stand alones as well....but this depends on how serious you want to go.
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