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which remap?

Discussion in '(Archived) Engine Discussion and Tuning' started by wilkyway, Jun 1, 2006.

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  1. wilkyway

    wilkyway Guest

    im getting a mk3 ibiza cupra and i was also wanting to get it remapped. which remaps are there on the market? ive done a quick search but couldnt find many or much info on them. ive heard good things about revo but ive also heard some bad things so i was wondering what other people have and what their opinions are on them.
    cheers, simon
     
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    Jabbasport remap on mine for last 12 months,200bhp & 234lbs/ft.Not had any problems at all.Booked in with them again at the end of the month for another remap due to FMIC,ko3's,4 bar fpr,Milltek downpipe & exhaust.
     
  3. wilkyway

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    i have a mate with a jabbasport remap and he highly recommends them! ive emailed them, just waiting for a reply!
     
  4. cordobabrendy

    cordobabrendy FOOORRREEE!

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    revo jabba custom code etc, you wont be disappointed.
     
  5. Matt S

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    I have REVO stage 1.....

    Not stopped smiling since !!
     
  6. wilkyway

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    like i say ive heard some good and some bad things about revo, they are still an option and they are local to me! think i may have to go jabba tho! i just wish they'd email me back lol!
     
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    They won't. I e-mailed them about 2 months ago and I'm still waiting. It's probably best to ring them.
     
  8. wilkyway

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    ah right mate, ill have a go at ringing them then, cheers
     
  9. Robstyler

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    Hi guys, have you heard of these people, think about it myself, they come to you and take about 2 hours and they say you go from 180 bhp to 215 bhp all for £295, take a look and let me know what you think! http://www.upsolute.com/

    Regards,

    Rob
     
  10. cordobabrendy

    cordobabrendy FOOORRREEE!

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    upsolute are fine matey simon coe is a decent bloke if thats who is doing it for you, I take it you are having the remap over the rechip option yea?
     
  11. Robstyler

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    I'm not sure, Simon didnt say, all I know is I will get 212 bhp for £295, whats the difrence with the benfits?

    Rob
     
  12. cordobabrendy

    cordobabrendy FOOORRREEE!

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    remap doesnt touch the ecu physically, rechip means you have to take it out, break the seal and remove a prom chip and solder in a new one, its up to you as I think he still does both but for the sake of keeping things right id stay with the remap which is done via a laptop to the diagnostic port.
     
  13. Robstyler

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    Sounds good to me, any down sides for me doing this, ive a powerflow cat back system, induction kit and bailys dv30 dump valve so think its the basics covers for an upgrade.
     
  14. cordobabrendy

    cordobabrendy FOOORRREEE!

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    not really a remapped car is easier on the fuel if you take it easy (duh!) though if you race on then those horses will need feeding.
     

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