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Offline Dan_FR

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Re: Quantum Tuning Remap
« Reply #45 on: December 07, 2017, 11:44:46 AM »
Just in case folks didn't see the original post: http://www.mk5golfgti.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,114722.msg1096068.html#msg1096068

"More pure and cleaner fuel" seems to solve persistent misfiring and plug fouling.... who knew?

I'm still confused by the rest of the final reply, but maybe that's just me

It would seem that this has nothing to do with a misfire at all. The pops in exhaust carry on after witching engine off! It’s a heat and exhaust fuel issue it would seem. Best to use vPower fuel which more pure and cleaner.
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Re: Quantum Tuning Remap
« Reply #46 on: December 07, 2017, 11:50:11 AM »
Wow that escalated quickly - to the OP - its never a good idea to come onto any forum asking for advice and help which people take time to give to you because they want to help a fellow enthusiast and then decide to not follow the advice and then throw it back at in their faces, telling them they are wrong, because you decided you are right after 1 day of having a particular map. People on here have years of experience not only with their own cars but also helping others.

Of course its up to you if you follow the advice but don't then throw it back in peoples faces, that's just rude and uncalled for. I myself am very thankful for the help and time people have put in with my own car and I think you should be too.

Enjoy your re-map and move on.

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Re: Quantum Tuning Remap
« Reply #47 on: December 07, 2017, 12:40:49 PM »
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I’m only trying to tell others on here that there is nothing wrong with a Quantum Remap! I posted on here months ago and no one suggested Quantum but the suggested R-Tech and Revo (too far for me). I then forgot about Remapping for a few months and then decided to do my own research as no one was willing to help me. I decided being brave and making my own choice was the only way forward.

I've said that many times on here.  It's not wise to take what is said on forums as gospel. Gather opinions by all means, but a purchase shouldn't be based purely on comments from strangers.  You have your own intuition and intelligence - use it.

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I have been told all sorts of wrong info on this forum i.e. misfire in one of my cylinders where those advice I had received on here meant nothing

Throwing advice back in our faces like that isn't very community spirited is it?  You came on here asking for advice about popping noises in your exhaust. You didn't even know what engine idle meant.  One of your spark plugs was black with carbon and 3 were clean, and you still dispute that wasn't a misfire? 

I'm with Dan, I'm out.  You've gone off and got a map you like, kudos to you, we're all chuffed for you.......but now you are wading around like a Peacock because you are right, we are all wrong.  Good luck to you buddy on your next technical problem.  You don't need our advice :happy2:
You was the one who said I have a misfire fire because of the pops in my exhaust! You keep trollling people’s post with incorrect advice. I’m sorry but you should never take internet advice seriously. People assume a lot of the time.
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Re: Quantum Tuning Remap
« Reply #48 on: December 07, 2017, 02:07:50 PM »
Quote from: GTi-Tecnix link
I’m only trying to tell others on here that there is nothing wrong with a Quantum Remap! I posted on here months ago and no one suggested Quantum but the suggested R-Tech and Revo (too far for me). I then forgot about Remapping for a few months and then decided to do my own research as no one was willing to help me. I decided being brave and making my own choice was the only way forward.

I've said that many times on here.  It's not wise to take what is said on forums as gospel. Gather opinions by all means, but a purchase shouldn't be based purely on comments from strangers.  You have your own intuition and intelligence - use it.

Quote from: GTi-Tecnix link
I have been told all sorts of wrong info on this forum i.e. misfire in one of my cylinders where those advice I had received on here meant nothing

Throwing advice back in our faces like that isn't very community spirited is it?  You came on here asking for advice about popping noises in your exhaust. You didn't even know what engine idle meant.  One of your spark plugs was black with carbon and 3 were clean, and you still dispute that wasn't a misfire? 

I'm with Dan, I'm out.  You've gone off and got a map you like, kudos to you, we're all chuffed for you.......but now you are wading around like a Peacock because you are right, we are all wrong.  Good luck to you buddy on your next technical problem.  You don't need our advice :happy2:
You was the one who said I have a misfire fire because of the pops in my exhaust! You keep trollling people’s post with incorrect advice. I’m sorry but you should never take internet advice seriously. People assume a lot of the time.
Right. Listen up.

You've recently joined our forum. Our forum is packed full of knowledgeable people and genuine specialists. They are all nice guys. They are all helpful guys.

You asked for advice, then promptly received that advice from those very guys. The advice you received was detailed, helpful and accurate. You chose not to take the advice you came on here to ask for.

Fast forward a bit, and this thread happens. You've dug yourself into a big unintelligible hole. It seems your priority is not to seek advice, nor is it to offer advice, but to argue - quite childishly - against any opinion or advice that doesn't fit your own questionable level of knowledge and experience.

So, as this thread is now only serving to irritate the people who went out of their way to give you advice, I'm going to ask you to rethink your approach when you post on this forum. May I suggest you read up on the site's rules and guidelines. It might help you.

If you still don't feel this is the right place for you, then by all means find some advice elsewhere.

Thanks. Locked.