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Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by JustCharlie, Oct 9, 2008.
I'll be gutted if you still have 30lb/ft more torque though ha ha ha
He'd have more torque than me then!! That would be quite annoying lol..
Tell me about it - Leons car already packs a mighty punch just with the map!
And thats with a misfire
Just noticed your avatar too
Should change it to:
08 IBIS S3 - CUSTOM GIAC, 4.7 HEMI Supercharged 637bhp & 660lb/ft
Just found my old pre map readout on Photobucket.. Theres a dip at the end in the same place roughly:
Now after the map:
Looking at it im sure the blip on the second readout is the change up to sixth, i noted at the time he gave it a little blip into sixth but let off straight away, wheras the first time round,
as you can see he didnt bother changing up at all and let off after it reached peak power in 5th..
IM nearly certain that is the blip explained away!!
Anyway, that extra torque explains my cheesy grin that Jordan and kontra saw at Stattler when i came back after just having it fitted and road tested
Actually it just looks like they took their foot off the pedal too soon.
Look at how your remap has flattened out the torque curve from before and prolonged the power - good to see that.
My (some what strange) results...
No scanner, so off camera i'm afraid..
Now Ben - that's what you call winning the Dyno Lottery !
Lol that graph is a joke, no offense but it looks almost as if someone has drawn a straight line.. Rev it to 10,000rpm and make 700hp mate lol..
My other one was off the scale
Thats hopefully what my graph will look like pretty soon
Just a quick update, sent the charity money we raised to Macmillan today and got this e-mail as a receipt, thanx again
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