The AMD remaps seem to be able to reach the low 230's, thats close enough to an R32Superchips quote +12bhp for a V6 4Mo which takes it to around 216bhp.
I can't see much more from a NA engine with chip/remap alone, certainly not 234bhp.
I would think a stock R32 would be quicker, I know Tabs' stock R32 was quicker than MikeDavs V6 4Mo Bora.
On AMD's rollers?The AMD remaps seem to be able to reach the low 230's, thats close enough to an R32
Cheers Klauster, thats what i wanted to know plain and simple.I feel I might be able to answer this question, I owned a V6 4mo for 2 years, it was only standard for 6 months before I took it to AMD for a remap, I think I ended up around the 228bhp mark, and have to say the remap made the car feel alot nippier and smoother...
I sold the V6 (after taking it back to stock) back to VW and got myself an R and have to say even as standard (which the R isnt anymore) my 4mo wasnt as quick by a long shot... The R has alot more torque, more grip and while only maybe 12 horses more, noticeably more power 
you know what I never even thought about it [:$]
What else you having done?Couldn't agree more on what klauster has said. The power is a lot smoother and better throughout the rev range.
Well worth the visit to AmD for me and I am returning there very soon to have some other things done to my 4Mo