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Anyone here heard of CPA tuning from Germany? Whats your take on it? was thinking of ordering a chip box from them but need to know if it's worth it or not. they claim a 37kw gain from stock with chip only?
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IMHO, I wouldn't... I would go with your local tuner who has experience with software/chip/PnP etc.

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pyro-zn wrote:IMHO, I wouldn't... I would go with your local tuner who has experience with software/chip/PnP etc.
:eek: A useful post from Karen, well done.
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think this is posted in the wrong section
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Thanks for the advice.... any suggestions on tuner to lookup? and price range?

@UN sorry my bad.
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Kyle wrote:
pyro-zn wrote:IMHO, I wouldn't... I would go with your local tuner who has experience with software/chip/PnP etc.
:eek: A useful post from Karen, well done.
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Yaghya21 wrote:Thanks for the advice.... any suggestions on tuner to lookup? and price range?

@UN sorry my bad.
Unfortunately this is no longer an easy question... a lot of tuners have upped their game. I can only say ... go with the tuner with the best after sales than the tuner who will give you 5wkw more.

Current: '17 Golf VII R
Ex: '12 TR Golf Vi GTi DSG ::: Revo3 - thread
Ex: '07 Polo GTi (Take 2) ::: FR&R Tuned (163wkw 385nm) - thread
Ex: '13 Polo 1.4 Comfortline ::: PanoRoof | JOM Bluelines | 17" A-Line Racers | 17" VW Boavista's
by Borbet - thread
Ex: '07 Polo GTi ::: 76mm downpipe | 63mm exhaust | sLammeD - pics thread
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