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PostSubject: Ecu question    Mon 2 Mar - 11:55

silly question here when u get ur ecu remapped and u buy the license it is only a one off payment am I correct ? Is there any map licences that you pay for every year ?
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PostSubject: Re: Ecu question    Mon 2 Mar - 12:41

Pay the license once mate and then only pay for remaps after that
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PostSubject: Re: Ecu question    Mon 2 Mar - 13:25

That's what I tht bud this is for a friend who got told different I said pay only once
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PostSubject: Re: Ecu question    Mon 2 Mar - 14:07

Pay only once and remaps from the same mapper are cheaper. E.g. about £160 for a map tweak. However if you bring it to a mapper who hasn't mapped the car before it will be more expensive i.e. around £300
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PostSubject: Re: Ecu question    Mon 2 Mar - 14:23

Cheers guys my friend had been In touch with Bob and he told them once paid it stays with the ecu I tht I was correct in saying that but I tht ud ask incase thee is one like that as bobs mapped my car twice
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PostSubject: Re: Ecu question    Mon 2 Mar - 14:38

Certain mappers that have mapped an ecu already and then say it is sold on and fitted to a new car will charge you for the licence again even though they have mapped it previously and it has their licence on, Andy Forrest does it.
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