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    [May 8, 2011]
    hi can anybody tell me where a good place to go for a remap? has anybody used amd in essex? im located redhill surrey south east. thanks.......
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    I recommend a Revo remap and AMD,I was mapped closer to my home in the midlands but I know Shaun and his team do a good job :respekt:
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    what car you got?
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    An S3 thanks :)
    Ben has an 1.8T 150bhp iirc
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    so revo would be 1st choice then? any reason for this? car is total standard at mo, would i need a fmic or would standard be ok for now? what realistic bhp figures would i get with just a remap and air filter?
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    Revo would be my choice and is my remap on my 02 S3 and it is like a wild horse :)
    FMIC is only good to sustain power,heatsoak causes the engine to overheat and the ECU reacts and limits power,change the DV when you have a remap and no need for an air filter but deffo a new DV.
    190 bhp Revo says but bear in mind the engine is no spring chicken so realistically expect a bit less
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    yeah she done 114k now but full audi service history, engine is nice and quiet. i was wanting an open air filter for a bit more noise and maybe a bit of a wooosh sound too. the 190bhp at the fly or wheels?
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    At flywheel. Id recomend r-tech, wouldn't you vorhees? Based on the reputation they have and how extensive there service is, a couple of fellas with a3's have been there recently and are incredibly happy! Bill at badger5 also carries out a thorough service, checking and logging the cars health. I know I'd want that rather than a hour load map and gone job.
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    Damn you Karl :)
    I would recommend R-Tech but distance would be
    an issue and OP asked about AMD so I say Revo all the way baby
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    would deff recommend r-tech! its well worth the trip, and at the price they charge its my best bet, had my 1997 1.8t a3 mapped there last weekend and i made 192bhp +225lbs torque!!! so i would expect you to get around the same, although i do have a few supporting mods. but for £200 its a done deal!
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    I've no idea where these places are tbh. I'm still standard :( but just based on the feed back on here, bill and r-tech are top dogs
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    R-Techh are based Hinckley, Leicestershire.
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    What sort of power would you expect from an s3 210? and who would you recommend? cheers!
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    Revo remap and expect 260 ish
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    [May 8, 2011]
    just checked amd essex website, amd remap is 300 yet the revo is 420. whats the difference in the map? also are these good prices for remaps?
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    I would recommend R-tech there cheap, great at what they do and highly recomended on here I made 232 bhp on my a3 from there stage 2 map
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    Good man, cheers mate!
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