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Discussion in 'Audi S4/A4/A4 Cab (B7 Chassis)' started by tweaked9107, Jun 3, 2013.

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    I've got an Audi A4 2.0TFSI Quattro S-Line (B7) and have been looking to get it tuned/chipped. I'm looking to add another 50hp or so and was wondering if anyone knew of somewhere in the Sussex/South East of England area that can do this?


    Thanks,

    Stefan.


    (Sorry if there is a list somewhere already).
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    Hi Stefan, welcome to audi-sport.net. Im sure one of the local guys will be able to recommend someone. For local meets have a look in the link below. Enjoy the forum. :) x

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    Well there's Rob@W8 Performance in Tunbridge area.
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    I've spoken to the W8 performance guys and Parsons performance and they've both come out with different options.

    The guys at W8 said a stage 1 remap will bring me up to 240bhp, but if i wanted anymore I'd need a stage 2 which would require some modifications as well.

    The guys at Parsons performance said a stage 1 REVO re-map would bring me up to 255bhp with no physical modifications.

    Obviously the guys at Parsons sound better because there is an added 15bhp (doubt I would actually notice that) but I'm just wondering if its safe to take it from 200bhp to 255bhp without any modifications?
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    Go with Rob for engine longevity imho, 240 is plenty & gives you peace of mind futurewise.
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    Fair enough. The more I think about doing this the more worried I get to be honest. I get the feeling I'll have it done and then the engine will explode the next day or something. The car may be a 2006 but it's only got 27k on the clock. Need it to last at least another 5-6 years.
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    Relax, unless the cars got any issues currently, its highly unlikely it will blow up.
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