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Hi guys,

Looking to get some advise about getting remapped in the midlands area.

Trying to chose between r-tech, Br- Motorsport and stealth.

Prices vary as much as £150 for the same on the road custom map with options such as flat shift / launch control included.

Has anyone had experience with any of the above and able to help me make a choice? All I have me read is good things about everyone and they're all the same distance from me.

Happy to hear more alternatives, only gonna do this once after all so want to get it right


Cheers

Dave
 

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STEALTH mate, all the way to the bank.
Vince knows his stuff on the V6's.
Never had a fault with him over the last 6-7 years of knowing him.
Done loads of cars for myself and for people whom I know.
 

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Just rang Stealth and got quoted £275 + VAT (£330) for the custom stage 2 map. R-Tech is £350, BR-motorsport is £200, though they seem to be virtually unknown / mentioned on this forum. so it's between Stealth and R-tech i think
 

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I'd choose stealth over r tech. Mine has rtech map on at the minute and it doesn't pull as well through midrange as my revo one did.

Once car is back together I'll be taking it to stealth, I don't want any fancy gimmicks like the rtech map just a quick car
 

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I think due to the longer standing (as far as i know) reputation of Stealth this will be my preference, as cool as it'd be to have flat shift etc i won't ever use it really and i hear it can go through Cats?
 

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I have a stealth map on my mk4, after I had cams and sports cats fitted.

On the plus side the map is very smooth, power is linear, making good power all the way to red line.
I asked for a linear throttle pedal too, so no more snappy kangaroo type driving. So the car is much nicer to drive in town, as I felt it was always tiring to concentrate hard to avoid bumps potholes anything that could set the car jerking.

I thought about flat shift and launch control rpm that rtec offer. But ultimately those things I'd probably not use much or at all. . Flat shift seems to be something that to me might be hard to get accustomed to, so it's not a big loss for me to not have that trick
 

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That's exactly my thinking mate, mine's also guilty of the kangaroo hoping particularly when changing into 2nd so will be sure to ask for that
need to chat with them when I get there as I don't really know what I want haha
 
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