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Old 28th April 2014, 22:02   #1 (permalink)
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Fitted new exhaust

Evening Guys

I've just fitted a 3" Solid Fabrications exhaust to my FN2 but it now feels a bit lazy in 3rd and 4th gears,I've got a HSK fitted which is due for a filter change (i've got the new filter), but would a re-map help with the car feeling lazy... Would i also need a Flashpro to re-map

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p.s what would it cost to re-map
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Shouldn't feel worse than normal, quite the opposite, but yes a remap with a Flashpro would certainly release to potential
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TDI absolutely have 110% more knowledge than me but 3" on a standard car sounds like problems without a remap. Feels a litte oversized for standard power
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It shouldn't as even a manifold on a stock ecu should run ok.
My thoughts are the O2 sensors been damaged while fitting
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[QUOTE=tdi-north;1844475]It shouldn't as even a manifold on a stock ecu should run ok.
My thoughts are the O2 sensors been damaged while fitting[/QUOTE


Something you guys could diagnose though , feels ok this morning though...
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Yeah can have a look but its a bit odd if it feels ok now.
And before anyone chimes in with "its ecu learning"..... they don't.
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Lmao.


Mine went super lean after fitting my 3"
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And although Paul was surprised when I said this, it really did feel like the post-3" remap brought back the throttle response that was missing after the Solid Fabs exhaust went on.

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When I first swapped from oem to a custom exhaust throttle response felt a little flat to me as well.


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Alan YFB lose a few tonnes and your car will fly like The Bitch.

You've come to the right place.

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