I mapped a Golf 150 to 204 but only for one day as a magazine feature. I then turned it back a bit as it was quite unsafe and very smokey indeed. realistic safe figures for the stock 150 are somewhere around 185. NOS works well but needs mapping specific to see the real gains of the gas. JBS/Revo method for this is good as you can switch to your NOS program for the short bursts.
Out of interest, are the superchip or RSD chips switchable in any way at all?
Ahhhhhh, we all know Jabba's RR figures are out so why must we keep doubting figures?
We all know its about the drivability anyway.
exactly they don't go advertising that they can produce 60 bhp increase they tell customers that the result is because the rollers creates prolonged overboost, which is why the stock figures come out higher than standard....
as a comparison on the road their 130 remaped car was quicker than Revo PD 150 in the only road test i've seen by a magazine
i noticed on another site that Jabba ibiza produced the best result of the day for a Ibiza at a recent RR day while a REVO Leon Cupra R could only manage 232 bhp..... are we going to all doubt REVO figs now.... oh no thats right they don't even produce a before and after do they....
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