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  1. Re: BiTDI booked in for a remap with MCR 
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    So what difference have you noticed performance wise?


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    It’s much quicker!

    Puts you back in your seat when accelerating and the over taking prowess is now even more remarkable for a diesel
     
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    I have the Revo remap. No rolling road to verify before and after. It had a noticeable difference, but I wouldnít say back of seat difference. Maybe I should have gone MRC. Chose Revo because I had their stage 1, taking 170 to 290 on a Q5 tsi, and the difference for that vehicle was incredible - though still not equal to the bitdi before the Revo remap, but close for everyday driving.

    How would you describe yours compared to the RS6, aside from the diesel delay?


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    No comparison really. The RS6 WAS ďpush you to the back of your seatĒ fast from launch

    The BiTDI does feel extremely quick for a diesel but not super car quick like the RS

    What impresses me is the acceleration when on the move, itís just effortless and I expect Iím going much quicker than I realise. A great car for overtaking and just better in every way with the MRC remap

    If I was inclined it would be interesting to see how easily some performance cars would pull away from me now.

    Not sure if the Aston Martin Vantage that was flashing me an inch from my bumper on the motorway was toying with me but when I let him past he put his foot down but I managed to keep up with him quite easily. Probably didnít really push it but I was still impressed he wasnít a speck in the distance
     
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    What mpg do you get now? Mine is booked in for 16th oct


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    Quote Originally Posted by dean warren View Post
    What mpg do you get now? Mine is booked in for 16th oct


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    Itís hard to be exact about the difference, I donít measure very scientifically. However a typical 12 mile jaunt with the family post the Revo remap was achieving over 40mpg, typically 42mpg. Since the recall itís typically below, often 38mpg. A typical journey will include a mix of B roads and single A roads. I am not light footed, but neither do I throw the family about, and why I still enjoy the bitdiís discretion.

    Iíve since read they also remap the gearbox. Very hard to comment on the difference, because yes itís better but I am comparing to before with the remap. Now when I have the remap, with the recall mapped gear box I have no idea how itíll behave.


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    Iíve also found this. The additional warranty granted to recalled V6 3.0l in Canada. The original owners also got a decent payout, like in the US. Iíve yet to see any details of that for UK 3.0 owners.

    https://www.audi.ca/dam/nemo/ca/NoMo...-A8L_EN-v2.pdf


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    Audi did the emmissions fix on my car last month, i cant get over 32mpg now was getting easily 40 mpg hoping this gives me some mpg back too lol


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    The emissions recall ruined my car, dropping mpg down to low 30's. When it was remapped a week after the audi interference, the power was 270bhp compared to the posted 320bhp. I fully understand how cars will vary from each other BUT it was a noticeably different drive from when I picked it up from Audi. The gearbox mapping was different, it was just not right.
    While the gearbox mapping has not been changed, the car has been remapped to stage 1 and is EVERYTHING the car should be. I sit just shy of 400bhp, it returns just under 40 mpg most of the time. The car will do over 40 mpg now whereas after Audi touched it, 33 mpg was a challenge.
    Whatever the emissions update is, it should be avoided.
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    Wow some massive drops. My cars a 63 plate, MY14 so itís just before the adblue versions and with the posted 313ps. Everything Iíve read talks about the adblue versions, which makes me even wonder if they shouldíve carried out the recall on my car.

    Never had it dynoíd, so I donít know how itís changed.

    Iíd be tempted to try a different map, to attain closer to 400hp, vs Revos claimed ~360hp... however as I previously paid for the Revo, I understand if the dealer flashes the ECU they will put the map back on.
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