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Offline dubcruiser

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Re: is this reasonable
« Reply #50 on: 12 January 2009, 21:29 »
212bhp with 270nm torque. Its the torque that you can really feel! And the bonus is it still gives 40mpg on a run!  :laugh:

Have you had that on a RR?

No not yet, but I also drive a A3 Sportback S-Line 2.0T (200bhp) and it feels stronger than that on the road. More torquey anyway. May get it rolling roaded in the summer.
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Re: is this reasonable
« Reply #51 on: 12 January 2009, 21:55 »
Hey, don't forget if it IS a re-mapped car, you can't just insure it normally and pretend "you didn't know".  It'd be your fault not the sellers.  If you have an accident the insurance company WILL find out, and you will have your policy voided.

So do your homework and be sure of what you're buying.

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Re: is this reasonable
« Reply #52 on: 12 January 2009, 21:58 »
Hey, don't forget if it IS a re-mapped car, you can't just insure it normally and pretend "you didn't know".  It'd be your fault not the sellers.  If you have an accident the insurance company WILL find out, and you will have your policy voided.

So do your homework and be sure of what you're buying.

bobby did u see my car heavly modded and it was remapped and i never told my insure and had the crash so there engineer went out and veiwed it.

but some how they still payed out

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Re: is this reasonable
« Reply #53 on: 12 January 2009, 21:58 »
Hey, don't forget if it IS a re-mapped car, you can't just insure it normally and pretend "you didn't know".  It'd be your fault not the sellers.  If you have an accident the insurance company WILL find out, and you will have your policy voided.

So do your homework and be sure of what you're buying.

bobby did u see my car heavly modded and it was remapped and i never told my insure and had the crash so there engineer went out and veiwed it.

but some how they still payed out

one word - LUCKY!!!  :shocked: :shocked:

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Re: is this reasonable
« Reply #54 on: 12 January 2009, 22:00 »
I hate it when people don't declare things.  What if you hit someone, and it's your fault, but they void your insurance?  Then you have the other party suing you instead to recover costs.

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Re: is this reasonable
« Reply #55 on: 12 January 2009, 22:01 »

bobby did u see my car heavly modded and it was remapped and i never told my insure and had the crash so there engineer went out and veiwed it.

but some how they still payed out
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one word - LUCKY!!!  :shocked: :shocked:

2 words very lucky   :shocked:

had nothin but worry alover christmas hopin they wud pay out
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Re: is this reasonable
« Reply #56 on: 12 January 2009, 22:03 »
I hate it when people don't declare things.  What if you hit someone, and it's your fault, but they void your insurance?  Then you have the other party suing you instead to recover costs.

i only changed my insure 2 wks b4 the crash over the internet and 4got to tell them.

its the first time i have do that so i was clad they payout.

i understand what u r sayin cause i wudnt want it to happen to me.

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Re: is this reasonable
« Reply #57 on: 12 January 2009, 22:12 »

No not yet, but I also drive a A3 Sportback S-Line 2.0T (200bhp) and it feels stronger than that on the road. More torquey anyway. May get it rolling roaded in the summer.


& WHY is that not 249 bhp, yet??!!  :P
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Re: is this reasonable
« Reply #58 on: 12 January 2009, 22:14 »

No not yet, but I also drive a A3 Sportback S-Line 2.0T (200bhp) and it feels stronger than that on the road. More torquey anyway. May get it rolling roaded in the summer.


& WHY is that not 249 bhp, yet??!!  :P

Very good point!!

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Re: is this reasonable
« Reply #59 on: 13 January 2009, 08:22 »
I hate it when people don't declare things.  What if you hit someone, and it's your fault, but they void your insurance?  Then you have the other party suing you instead to recover costs.

They would pay for the 3rd party involved but the insurers vehicle would be void. This is the case when the individual who imposed the accident has full legitimate insurance with un-declared modifications.
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