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    1. Forum Sponsor Arin@APR's Avatar
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      04-13-2020 10:36 AM #1
      APR ECU / TCU Software Upgrade Sale until May 15th, 2020!



      APR ECU and TCU Upgrades are on sale until May 15th, 2020!

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      04-16-2020 04:54 PM #2
      Will your software trigger a P0141 or P0420 with catless downpipes? You may have a new customer here! 1.4tsi Jetta 2016...

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      04-17-2020 04:42 PM #3
      Quote Originally Posted by vwmeater View Post
      Will your software trigger a P0141 or P0420 with catless downpipes? You may have a new customer here! 1.4tsi Jetta 2016...
      I believe any catless dp will trigger those codes on our engines. If there really is no problem, you can clear the codes every few days ( they normally are on and off every few days or don't come back... kind of like the tpms )

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      04-17-2020 04:48 PM #4
      Quote Originally Posted by vwmeater View Post
      Will your software trigger a P0141 or P0420 with catless downpipes? You may have a new customer here! 1.4tsi Jetta 2016...
      I'm Unitronic gang over here!

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      05-04-2020 12:22 PM #5
      If you have any questions, please feel free to ask!

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      05-06-2020 04:56 PM #6
      Quote Originally Posted by [email protected] View Post
      If you have any questions, please feel free to ask!
      well since you offered .... Are there plans for a stage 2 tune? Since you guys had the cars on the dyno, I don't see why you guys wouldn't try one out

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      05-07-2020 09:43 AM #7
      The downpipe isn't a restriction enough to really warrant a stage 2 tune. Feel free to change it on our stage 1 tune.

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      05-08-2020 10:59 PM #8
      Quote Originally Posted by [email protected] View Post
      The downpipe isn't a restriction enough to really warrant a stage 2 tune. Feel free to change it on our stage 1 tune.
      So there is no plans to squeeze out more horsepower than what is already listed?

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      05-11-2020 09:15 AM #9
      Quote Originally Posted by mk6ChrisKing View Post
      So there is no plans to squeeze out more horsepower than what is already listed?
      Adding more hardware will help. We don't have any plans to change the software though. There's only so much you can do on the factory hardware before you run into safety issues. It's best to get to limits and then address hardware to remove restrictions and cool things down so you can continue making more power.

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