sounds like its going to be an £££ job if youve lost both. youll need to phone audi to order replacements, they should have the key data stored on the system.
im unsure if a audi independent would be able to help you out unless they have access to the audi network
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hi there i am wanting some advice on making my new car go quick, it is a audi a3 1.8t sport, at top how much will a remap give me is it about 10 - 20 bhp ? and what benifits will i gain from adding a fast road cam shaft. cheers.
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I would just have the remap done for now and see how you get on afterwards.
Price range is quite extensive so shop around. 20 BHP should be quite achievable without having to do anything radical with the map. In my opinion there will not be much to gain from a fast road cam for your car without you spending pounds and pounds on additional hardware. Have a look at some of our approved traders here on TorqueCars who will be able to help and advise you further.
you say its an 1.8t but no age.
99-03 150 remap will give you around 190
03-05ish old diesgn 150 or 180, dont think the audi got the 180 version but its near enough identical to the same 150 one around 205, newer turbo to the earlier models although it had a smaller valve head
later fsi 1.8s again around 205 ish as well.
fast road cams im going to say arent really needed in a turbo as you can always turn the boost up a little more.
if its the older none fsi 1.8t then look at remap, sports cat, turbo intake pipe and forge 007p diverter valve, you should see around 215 with that. throw on a front mount intercoooler as well and you can go to most stage 2 maps. these normally give around the 230 mark
the remap itself completly changes the characteristics of the engine. mine i could start using 6th gear to overtake easily rather than having to drop to 5th.
only downside was the wheelspin was much easier to get in 3rd
look at remap, sports cat, turbo intake pipe and forge 007p diverter valve, you should see around 215 with that. throw on a front mount intercoooler as well and you can go to most stage 2 maps. these normally give around the 230 mark
what is a 007p diverter value and can you fit urself, and is it possible to get a blow off valve on these cars, how much does it cost for remaps roughly, i have been told to look at revo and jabber remaps, when will i need to start thinking bout brakes, but dont know where to start do you have any more suggestions
the forge valve is a "blow off valve" but rather than dumping the air to the atmosphere it returns it to the inlet. these engines dont like the atmospheric whoosh ones as they are already set up to utilise this extra air.
if you can work a pair of tin snips and a screwdriver your all set. itts a case of finding the old rubber divereter valve and cut the clips off it and replace with the forge valve and some small jubillee clips.
it wont do anything for power but will help with the runing as the OEM vavle is prone to splitting and it only gets worse once the remap is done.
remaps vary theres alot of bad press with revo as they spike the boost low down to make it fell more powerful but i found it ran fine once i had the intake pipe - this was collapsing under the vacuum - and new spring in the diverter valve.
prices when i got mines done were around £400, custom code were the other ones i looked at but an offer came up on revo at awesomegti
regarding brakes measure the discs that are on yours already. chances are they will be 288mm in diameter. if they are then start looking around scrappys for a mk1 octavia vrs, leon cupra - not the r version, or an s3 as these use the 312mm setup. all you need is the calliper carriers and a set of 312mm discs as the callipers are the same as youve currently got. if you want to go stronger than you have the porsche options that utilise everything from the 312mm disc as used on the s3 along with 911 calipers - see my bora thread in my sig for details as this is what i did. up to some custom redrilled s63 amg discs and porches 911 gt3 callipers