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    hi all,

    seen this on ebay http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.d...m=270434692372 for 316i 1995 compact 1.6 looks like a genuine ecu remap was just wandering if anyone has had any bad dealings with this sort of thig or would it be worth it?

    also on a side note if i use a pipercross pannel airfilter will it damage my car as ive had a bad experiance with airfilters on my ford escort i melted the cat as it was running to lean

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    no idea about the chip tbh...but if it were my car i would prefer a shop i could return to if it all goes pete tong.
    the panel filter should be fine as long as your lambda probes are in good nick.if your emissions sheet from the last mot was good then go for it
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    Tell you what - I can sell you a chip out of my old broken hi-fi for a tenner. Won't actually improve your performance, but it'll do exactly the same as this one, but for £20 less

    Seriously though, a chip and remap START at £200 - If you're looking at anything under that, don't bother.
     
     

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