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Discussion in 'A3/S3 Forum (8L Chassis)' started by Speedy Steve, Jan 4, 2010.

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    After doing this run i guessed my coolant temp sensor and stat were due a replacement but i was shocked at my MAF readings i thought i had bought a standard car does every thing other than temp look ok. Dash said 90 ish when doing the run.

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    I think you may need to take a screen shot mate cos that's unreadable.
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    How do i do that i cant find it in excel? Ok got it to work know at last
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    So its remapped then!
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    I take it it has been? doing the maths works out to 258.5 bhp the .5 makes all the differance!

    But does everything else look ok?
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    206g/s then?

    std cars 180g/s, remapped 200g/s

    interestingly, logged an S3 with a turbo dynamics k04 hybrid on it, and it got 219g/s on its BMC filter but 227g/s when I replaced the BMC for JR Cone filter.
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    206.86 at 5760rpm
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    divide 0.8 method used then :)

    Your right about it not being std

    thats remapped level of airflow
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    guess thats good in one way saves me paying out for a remap but bad in the fact im hungry for more power so going to cost me even more:crying:
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    Big Turbo baby!!!... MWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!....

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    And so it begins!!!
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