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Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by Tom_, Jul 15, 2007.

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    [Jul 15, 2007]
    Hi all,

    Just got a A3 20 FSI sport in moro blue pearl which we swapped for our tt roadster. Great car with lots of extras will post pics and full details asap. I do have a question about remapping though,as it is a non turbo model can it be remapped? Compared to all my other Audis it feels very slow:(

    Your advise would be greatfull.
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    doubt it, if it could be done then the gains would be really minimal. I think you will find that you might just have to get used to it
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    A remap might gain an extra 10 bhp with a new exhaust, and make the engine more free revving.

    But then so would your insurance go up with engine mods.

    Welcome to the forum.
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    They can be remapped but you're talking about 10-20ps max improvement. Although the throttle sensitivity can be adjusted which will make it feel quicker for a given throttle input.

    The normally aspirated Porsches and VAG V6s we remap make quite a difference, but the 2.0FSi isn't going to be in the same league.
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    Good job its the wifes car then:) i will stick to my turbos:)

    Thanks for the advise.
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