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RS6 C7 Engine Tuning

B-ry Apr 1, 2017

  1. B-ry

    B-ry New Member

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    Hello Everyone!

    So, picking up a 2015 Panther Black RS6 C7 on Friday next week and am now struggling to get to sleep at night!! Can't wait and am really excited about it. I had asked my dealer to look out for an S7 which I thought would be a more affordable option until he gave me a deal on this RS6!!

    Anyway, always looking for Mods and upgrades and I see that the RS6 can go through various stages of remapping. I would be interested to find out if anyone has Stage 1 remap on the standard ~550bhp model and how they find the change? More economy, exhaust sound, etc

    Apologies for quality of the picture but had to screen shot from a video. RS6.JPG

    Thanks in advance.
     
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  3. Alex jb

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    Congrats, beautiful ride!
    Can't help with the mapping advice though.


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  4. B-ry

    B-ry New Member

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    Hahaha.....thanks!
     
  5. pez81

    pez81 Well-Known Member

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    Beautiful car, this is my next choice. I have revo in my s6 and it's great. Check out them, and EPL where you can flash from home. APR popular too. Of course MRC.

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  6. Bailey C7

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    only one plce to go in my opinion , JD Engineering in Holland..!! quick ferry then 1.5 hour drive. I was over this weekend with my C7 BiTdi saloon and achieved 453Hp and 925Nm . had a quick bash in the owners tuned RS6 with 750hp and 920Nm which was an experience... there stage 1 simple remap on your car is675hp and 850nm, stage 2 710 adn 880 and stage 3 is your 750 adn 900 nm job.. \the guys are very helpfull and have great info even over phone.. and its really not as far as people think...LOL..
     
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  7. THQuattro

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    JD sounds good mate.
     
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  8. B-ry

    B-ry New Member

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    Do they do stage 1 on rolling road?

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  9. Bailey C7

    Bailey C7 Active Member

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    Im not sure mate, i did see some smaller cars being mapped with simple OBD maps then test driven with Live VCDS. give them a call mate they are very very helpful and full of great info/advice..
     
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  10. B-ry

    B-ry New Member

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    Thanks Bailey C7

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  11. Bailey C7

    Bailey C7 Active Member

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    Plus if you give them a valid UK Vat Number they will take the 21% off the cost at point of sale.. so even cheaper :0
     
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    B-ry New Member

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    Oooft! Got one of those as well.

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  14. Bailey C7

    Bailey C7 Active Member

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    Same here.. 21% off deffo helped
     
  15. CMC81

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    Congrats on the car, they are amazing machines.

    I traded my R8 in and bought one in November, absolutely love it. Depending on your location there are a number of options. I know others may disagree on here but personally i would stay away from generic maps and take your car to the likes of MRC, Litchfields or similar.

    I am currently booked to have my car mapped on the 15th down at MRC, im in Dundee so it is a bit of a drive but well worth it as i have added some other mods and would like to get the best of the whole package.

    Feel free to shoot me over a PM if you want any further info.

    Chris
     
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  16. B-ry

    B-ry New Member

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    Cheers Chris

    I'm in Aberdeen so feel your pain. I got quite a lot of info from the rs246 forum about stage 1 and so on. Rolling road seems to be the way to go as each car can vary by quite a bit and require individual tweaks by all accounts.

    Good to know how you get on.

    Bry

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    I am also a member on their, sponsoring member too. It's a good knowledge base and a lot of equipment for sale at reasonable prices.
     

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