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From 15's to 12's liters per 100!

Same driving, same roads, same speeds and worse head wind conditions.


Very bloody happy!


Tony at TDR Geelong does a great job.
 

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Huh?... No other changes? I see in your sig that you've got a tdi so the only tuning he could do is either add or remove fuel. Can't see that alone having the drastic result you've described here.
 

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Huh?... No other changes? I see in your sig that you've got a tdi so the only tuning he could do is either add or remove fuel. Can't see that alone having the drastic result you've described here.
if it had previously had a "fuel screw" tune and the new tune was done properly then i reckon it makes sense.
 

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I guess the real test will be driving to Hervey Bay with the camper trailer on the back and boat on the roof this Christmas.
 

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Got a dyno sheet we can look at ?
Also how much was the dyno .
Iam going down the same road at the moment just searching for the right person to do the job ?
 

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Iam thinking of going to JPC in Thomatown ? But would like some feedback on there work if anyone knows anything let me know that would be great Thanks
 

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Let me know how you go in Thomastown. Mine went to turbo engineering and I got a dyno with torque figures that mean nothing and they couldn't explain to me either.........
 

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Iam thinking possibly next Friday to go to JPC , I did a search and all the feedback that turnd up was very positive for there work . So all things going well I will make the 3 hr trip down next week.
 
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