The guys are Eurocode Tuning where I got my GTI done work a lot with Pacific VW and told me that they are mod-friendly. I haven't dealt with Pacific myself, but that's who they recommended.Since you're in LA... Know of any mod friendly dealerships? I really want to at least get it chipped, especially if its reversible... Not sure when I will though
If you go APR your warranty will stay intact. I took advantage of the sale and got there fully loaded ecu. I use the security lock out function and the dealer is unable to detect it. My car is being serviced as we speak under warranty for the timing belt hissing problem. So no worries about voiding out my warranty here.THAT big of a diff huh?
I wanna do something to mine for a little more kick, but I don't want to void the warranty, and I still have 2 years on the lease
x2 its amazing how much torque still exsist in 6th gear above 4k rpm. Its kicks in instantly too, excellent for passing:thumbsup:^ this.
i can easily pass without having to downshift, even when the other person decides to be an ass and speed up cause they see you going to pass lol.
Atleast you were provided alternate transportation... At no cost to you, I bet...Had to take my car to the stealership today for warranty work, so i was forced to switch back to stock. This was my first time switching back to stock since i purchased my tune back in July. Wow! what a difference. Never realized how slow our cars are out of the factory, i mean six gear is a joke. Do any of you guys feel the same when you have to switch back to stock? Whats really funny is that im stuck driving a caliber, until i get my car back. I thought volkswagen would put me in a volkswagen until my car was repaired. Nope they sent me to enterprise, and i had to choose from either a kia rio, hyundai accent, or a wait for it Toyota yaris. Are you fucking kidding me, excuse my french. Thanfully a guy just dropped of a caliber before i made my decision, and i chose that. Anyways just thought id share that with u guys.
Well i actually have to pay for the first 24 hours at a discounted rate, of only 34 dollars. However if my car is not rdy after the 24 hour period, they pay for it. Not a bad deal.Atleast you were provided alternate transportation... At no cost to you, I bet...