I know this is a little off subject as its not remapping however I needed to replace the front screen on my Octavia vRS due to a stone chip, Essentially the repair company wanted to replace the screen with a 3rd party glass, exactly the same as Skoda's and probably from the same production line however Skoda told me that any warranty claim relating to the new screen or damage to any part of the vehicle due to the new (non-Skoda) screen such as water ingress will be rejected.Savage said:
"Drivability" is the issue for me personally.daveskis said:I am with you Zach. I'm just looking for better performance and economy probably. We don't have an option of a bigger engine. Not talking about a race car performance here. Can't see the downside at all.
I suspect that's partly down to the economy minded DSG response in normal mode, and possibly partly down to the variable cam timing on the 2.0 Tsi.KodiaqPetrolHead said:Drivability" is the issue for me personally.
For a car of this size and top-heaviness the 2.0 tsi is fine. What I DO find irritating though is the programmed slow response when I want instant acceleration - sometimes for safety reasons to get out of someone else's way.
They do make a big difference as its removes the lag that has been built in.Savage said:Be interested to hear if the throttle box helps.