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Revo SPS help

AdriansS3 Sep 6, 2013

  1. AdriansS3

    AdriansS3 Member

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    When I bought my S3 it had the revo stage 1 map on. A few months ago I changed the clutch and had the battery disconnected for a week or so. I believe this would have put the settings back to stock. I have bought an SPS unit and wondered if anyone knows how I go about loading the stage 1 back on?
    Thanks
     
  2. LEE69

    LEE69 07 170 DSG Team Dolphin Grey Audi A3

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    You need to know what setting the revo was on, the dealer who did this should have a record.

    Isn't the stage 1 just a basic flash and stage 2 is boost/fuel/timing adjustment?
     
  3. AdriansS3

    AdriansS3 Member

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    I don't know who put the map on it was already on the car when I bought it from a dealer. I had it checked by my local revo dealer who said the settings were good. I don't know what they were though. I thought they would be saved on the ecu somewhere and could be loaded back on with the SPS.
     
  4. Audi Dynamik

    Audi Dynamik Well-Known Member

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    Does the car feel slower than it did ? I do not see why it would put the settings back to stock though.
    Your SPS also needs to be tuned in to your car to suit the maps. Take it to a Revo dealer with your SPS and let them have a look it for you.
     
  5. LEE69

    LEE69 07 170 DSG Team Dolphin Grey Audi A3

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    On my stage 2 revo Leon i read the settings with the sps.You need to check with revo if they get lost on your car when the battery is disconnected.
     
  6. RedDejavu

    RedDejavu Well-Known Member

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    i found stage 1 B 7-8 T5 F6 worked quite good for me.
     
  7. S.

    S. Well-Known Member Team Ibis TFSI Owners Group quattro Audi S3 Manual

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    settings depend from car to car. so someones settings might not be good for your car but it's a good starting point. you'll need to do the logs.
    plug in the sps read the settings and you can go from there.
     

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