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Re: hellloo diy remap!
« Reply #20 on: 16 October 2010, 22:40 »
Yep very good offer that mate . once again great advice from Mr Gower
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Re: hellloo diy remap!
« Reply #21 on: 16 October 2010, 22:42 »
I will help anyone out,  I enjoy what I do.   Not every one can say they have a 100% unique map on there car flashed by there own laptop..lo

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Re: hellloo diy remap!
« Reply #22 on: 16 October 2010, 22:46 »
Yep very good offer that mate . once again great advice from Mr Gower

DIY mapping aint bad at all, as long as you have someone (me) as back up and support and your not taking a risk by using unknow quality ebay cd remaps, then you cannot go wrong.  I just dont want the OP take a risk, and blow his engine from a all for one remap from a random data base.



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Re: hellloo diy remap!
« Reply #23 on: 16 October 2010, 22:54 »
my kwp is still sittin in cupboard after i mapped my 306, got to admit it went well with the map, but then i lent it to a friend who did his 206 nd had nowt but bother and ended up having to get a new hp pump, and theyt are not cheap and not easy to replace.

ecu is the least of your worries if the map goes tits up

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Re: hellloo diy remap!
« Reply #24 on: 16 October 2010, 23:07 »
As usual all the relevant information and help from nick  :wink: and a nice little offer included as well as the back up to spot on :afro:
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Re: hellloo diy remap!
« Reply #25 on: 16 October 2010, 23:11 »
my kwp is still sittin in cupboard after i mapped my 306, got to admit it went well with the map, but then i lent it to a friend who did his 206 nd had nowt but bother and ended up having to get a new hp pump, and theyt are not cheap and not easy to replace.

ecu is the least of your worries if the map goes tits up

True, Its about knowing how good that map is and has is just been upped my a fixed % on every map or calibrated in the correct manner.  and there are lots of maps and tuners out there just added % to every map with out even knowing what the map is for..lol  With TDIs we work with exact fuel IQ request maps, actual boost maps in millibar, voltage maps in volts.. and all this tallys up with vagcom datalogging, so as long at the engine is in good running order we can manipulate the vagcom reading to how we want them,   Petrol map are a bit harder you got to understand pid contollers, and ideal lambda for a given loads and rpm ranges,  model egt thresholds, N75 map,  and working with load and not boost maps.
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Re: hellloo diy remap!
« Reply #26 on: 16 October 2010, 23:11 »
 should have pressed edit..lol



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Re: hellloo diy remap!
« Reply #27 on: 17 October 2010, 13:42 »
my kwp is still sittin in cupboard after i mapped my 306, got to admit it went well with the map, but then i lent it to a friend who did his 206 nd had nowt but bother and ended up having to get a new hp pump, and theyt are not cheap and not easy to replace.

ecu is the least of your worries if the map goes tits up

True, Its about knowing how good that map is and has is just been upped my a fixed % on every map or calibrated in the correct manner.  and there are lots of maps and tuners out there just added % to every map with out even knowing what the map is for..lol  With TDIs we work with exact fuel IQ request maps, actual boost maps in millibar, voltage maps in volts.. and all this tallys up with vagcom datalogging, so as long at the engine is in good running order we can manipulate the vagcom reading to how we want them,   Petrol map are a bit harder you got to understand pid contollers, and ideal lambda for a given loads and rpm ranges,  model egt thresholds, N75 map,  and working with load and not boost maps.

Nick you have just blown my mind.

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Re: hellloo diy remap!
« Reply #28 on: 17 October 2010, 14:48 »
my kwp is still sittin in cupboard after i mapped my 306, got to admit it went well with the map, but then i lent it to a friend who did his 206 nd had nowt but bother and ended up having to get a new hp pump, and theyt are not cheap and not easy to replace.

ecu is the least of your worries if the map goes tits up

True, Its about knowing how good that map is and has is just been upped my a fixed % on every map or calibrated in the correct manner.  and there are lots of maps and tuners out there just added % to every map with out even knowing what the map is for..lol  With TDIs we work with exact fuel IQ request maps, actual boost maps in millibar, voltage maps in volts.. and all this tallys up with vagcom datalogging, so as long at the engine is in good running order we can manipulate the vagcom reading to how we want them,   Petrol map are a bit harder you got to understand pid contollers, and ideal lambda for a given loads and rpm ranges,  model egt thresholds, N75 map,  and working with load and not boost maps.

Nick you have just blown my mind.

Knows his stuff does nick :afro:  :wink:
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Re: hellloo diy remap!
« Reply #29 on: 17 October 2010, 19:00 »
im very lost now...
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