Diesel remap

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kurt535

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2,837 posts

53 months

Thursday 28th December 2017
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Can anyone suggest a company for a diesel remap near to Norwich?

Ty

JKING

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98 months

Friday 29th December 2017
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Clive atthowe

kurt535

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Friday 29th December 2017
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Ty JK. Ive read varying reports on them. Have you been there yourself?

deVAS

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57 months

Friday 29th December 2017
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try eac on vulcan road norwich, several friends have used them and really pleased with the service/advise and results

fast eddys

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137 months

Friday 29th December 2017
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Joey Woods at Autoculture
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kurt535

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Friday 29th December 2017
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do they all use rolling roads or plug and play only?

ty

deVAS

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57 months

Saturday 30th December 2017
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eac uses a rolling road, if you need advise or chat pop in and have a look

kurt535

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Sunday 31st December 2017
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deVAS said:
eac uses a rolling road, if you need advise or chat pop in and have a look
best course of action and on the to-do list next week. ty

kurt535

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Wednesday 7th February
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went to see the lithuanian magic man at EAC. £200 cost for stage 1 remap on my diesel. only issue is rolling road won't work for my 4x4 although it might as the CRV is only 4x4 when needed....

Konan

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82 months

Saturday 10th February
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kurt535 said:
went to see the lithuanian magic man at EAC. £200 cost for stage 1 remap on my diesel. only issue is rolling road won't work for my 4x4 although it might as the CRV is only 4x4 when needed....
If you put the font wheels on the rollers and the back are static, it's going to think it's needed.