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Remapping my motor

brentbiggers Mar 22, 2004

  1. brentbiggers

    brentbiggers New Member

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    What is a good, cheap and safe chip that i could get for my 180hp FWD?
     
  2. nradfo01

    nradfo01 New Member

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    I've just put a REVO onto my S3 210bhp. It was £499+vat for the software and then £150+vat for the SPS1 switch.

    www.forgemotorsport.co.uk


     
  3. A4S

    A4S New Member

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    Direct Port Programming is the way to go now.Look for a Revo or APR dealer in your area. If there is not one close to you, check for local events as these guys will remap on site.
     
  4. Grant

    Grant Well-Known Member VCDS Map User Audi RS3

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    I really don't see the point in Direct Port Programming, because once you run the "high performance" program - you'll never switch it back to standard - GUARANTEED!
     
  5. Ess_Three

    Ess_Three Active Member

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    [ QUOTE ]
    Imola S3 said:
    I really don't see the point in Direct Port Programming, because once you run the "high performance" program - you'll never switch it back to standard - GUARANTEED!

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    Ever driven in bad snow or ice Grant?

    The option of being able to soften the torque delivery and throttle response that comes with returning to standard can make for a much less stressful journey when the weather is bad...

    There are advantages...
     
  6. scoTTy

    scoTTy Active Member

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    Ess Three - the right pedal is totally adequate for this. /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/smirk.gif

    I have the APR soldered chip and I regularly change programs (via the cruise control) as it reminds me what I paid for. I know many people with a chip upgrade that get acustomed to it and then wonder if it is functioning properly. I've never had that worry. /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/smile.gif
     

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