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Graham

Any one heard of this????

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Don't touch it with a barge pole, piggy back units if badly made effectively bypass the tolerances built into the ECU which protect your engine.

The extra cash is better spent on a reputable tuner whose code will keep all OEM functionality, and ECU safeguards.

Reminds me of the old days when S*perch*ps conversions on RS turbos consisted of shorting resistors out on circuit boards.

**AVOID**

PS check the guys' feedback

Don't waste your money! ECLIPSe.gif

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the first one has 99% i think and the second is slightly lower, the first one doesnt consist of a chip and is very vage(sp) on how it works unless i missed something, the onyl reason i was looking at it is cus i only have the 1.6 A3 so limited with what i can do and 20+bhp sounded to good to be true. thanks for your input

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LMAO just had a look at some of hie responses, and all it is is a fecking 3p resistor(sp) and a cable tie

must admit good way to con people out of money, dont see how a resistor can be called a "drap strip mod chip" yelrotflmao.gif

cheers

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Tiny,

for your car try an air induction kit, and you could also try progressive nitrous. It's not as bad as it sounds!

IIRC AmD have started doing nitrous!

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sweet have got an induction kit fitted and you can just about feal the difference (not any more as i have got used to it) revs better puls all the way to the red line and the throttle response is vastly improved. NoS would be interesting, but i know its nevr going to be *fast* cus its only a 1.6, plus not sure how long i will ne keeping it. Only a year or 2 so i have got 4 years NCD built up and get somthing bigger, thanks for the suggestion though

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