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Remap Has Been Booked!

Discussion in 'A3/S3 Forum (8L Chassis)' started by Quattro_Lew, Feb 3, 2007.

  1. Quattro_Lew
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    Quattro_Lew All Torque

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    [Feb 3, 2007]
    after much thought and deliberation ive decided to go with ChippedUK, been speaking to the guy recently over the last few days and im confident they can get what i want from the car :) they may not be the most reputable VAG tuner but from what he's told me about his maps i think the £300 price tag is excellent!

    on a side note, has anyone removed that sticky out thing under the accelerator? it seems to stop it from going all the way into the carpet?
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    [Feb 3, 2007]
    Rather you than me chap :(

    But good luck anyway, and keep us updated.
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    bena3turbo Genuine Dude

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    ChippedUK remapped my car and they were excellent. Car feels a lot smoother to drive and has tonnes more poke. Can't argue for 300quid!
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    [Feb 4, 2007]
    this guy is building up quite a good rep. i used to own a megane coupe and he had done a few of them with good results. will be interesting to see the outcome. also a fair bit cheaper than the other remaps on the market.
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    [Feb 4, 2007]
    AMD is just under £300 for a std remap, no power run. Think most of the well known companies realised they were losing out to cheaper companies and brought their prices down.
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