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Extra BHP from A6 2.4 Tip

Discussion in 'Tuning' started by Livvy, Nov 22, 2005.

  1. Livvy
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    Hi All,
    New to this and Audi's. Can anyone tell me if these potentiometers I keep seeing on Ebay actually increase the bhp or is it just another con. Don't have much info on them, but seem to work on the basis of fooling the ecu in to giving out more fuel or something. Any help welcome.

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    imported_VaulterTim Guest

    Wouldn't bother at all...well and truly the 'cowboy' way to tune a car, if it does at all /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/tongue.gif
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    [ QUOTE ]
    Hi All,
    New to this and Audi's. Can anyone tell me if these potentiometers I keep seeing on Ebay actually increase the bhp or is it just another con. Don't have much info on them, but seem to work on the basis of fooling the ecu in to giving out more fuel or something. Any help welcome.

    Livvy

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    Just adding more fuel will not give more power......... You need to put more air through too (or get more in and out ) - Hence more boost on a turbo Re-Map

    Give a tuner a call and see what they say about them - Tell us if you can stop them laughing!!!

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    Thanks for the advice. Been looking at a few tuners web sites, but they don't seem to interested in us normally aspirated user, maybe I need to look further afield.

    Many thanks

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  5. imported_VaulterTim
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    Try Andy at GDI (AndyC on here) he does a lot of work with Clio 182's and produces some great results... /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/smile.gif

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