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Old 17th January 2016, 19:21   #1 (permalink)
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Can you explain the difference in the remap you do between fitting a single plate competition clutch kit and the twin plate competition clutch as there is quite a price difference. I'm just trying to get my head around what clutch I want to go for. I understand the difference in price for the clutch but not the remap after

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Well your website has confused me then I'm afraid.

The competition single plate clutch costs 499. Fitting is another 300 and the map on top is another 250. Total cost 1049

The competition twin plate clutch costs 799. Fitting is another 300 but with map on top total cost is 1499 which means the map is costing 400!?!?

Please let me know what I'm missing cheers lol. If the twin plate costs 799 and fitting is 300 then if the map is the same cost as the single plate then total cost should be approx 1349. So the difference is quite substantial hence my initial question. Thanks for clearing this up.
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Hi,

Standard mapping for the 2.2 iCDT-i Civic is 399.95 - http://tdi-north.myshopify.com/colle...ti-engine-cars

With the clutch kits the map is subsidised due us installing and supplying the clutch, the reason for the difference in the cost was an introductory discount as we believed the single would be more popular than the twin and due to this we was able to get a better price for our customers on the single because of the volume purchased.

Also with the clutch kits the labour rate for fitting the kit is subsidised when we supply and fit.

Pre discount prices are:
Single plate with mapping: 1295.90, discounted to 1049.99 (saves you 245.91)
Twin plate with mapping: 1594.95, discounted to 1499.00 (saves you 95.95)

I hope that clears the query up for you Dogfish

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So without being too rude and I apologise if it appears so, but your first reply of " they cost the same" with a winky face which you have now wisely removed didn't really help!!
Thanks for the more in depth reply with an actual cost breakdown of where the price difference has come from

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I thought they were the same prices for fitting and mapping until you pointed it out.
Nearly a year ago we deceided to heavily discount the singles and that was the best way to work it out on the package prices to offer install and remaps but glad you did spot it as need to change them prices.
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