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dynachip recent?

Discussion in 'Land Rover Discovery' started by robhtid, Sep 22, 2020.

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  1. robhtid

    robhtid Active Member

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    hi does anyone have any recent feedback from a dynachip remap? I see lots of good reviews but all seem to be a few years back. Thanks
     
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    Not recent, mine was not bad, worth doing. But if I had any other work done I would go to a rolling Road place instead.

    However last couple of years he appears to have disappeared from recommendation.
     
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    Yea that's what I was worried about i can't find anything in recent years. He answers the phone straight away so he is still working. The fact he comes to you is a big plus for me as I want my disco and my BMW doing at the same time
     
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    Im pleased with my Empire remap. Good value too.
     
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    I'm northwest and like I said I'd like 2 cars doing so mobile suits me perfect. I could drive out abit for the right mapper tho
     
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