Actually, looking at the PID in the drivers which come with the Virtual Com Port drivers from Ross-Tech its already set to FA20 so maybe try using their drivers and follow the setup procedure from the AudiWorld link above.
To install the drivers, simply do the following:
Extract the zip...
Follow this guide http://forums.audiworld.com/s4/msgs/2462086.phtml
I now now have VAG-COM and Custom-Settings working on the same Com port though I did have to make a few changes to the driver inf files due to having a different PID (mine was FA20). It's all explained around half way down...
I've also had a Race Technology AP22 as mentioned above, this gave extremelly similar readings to the G-Tech meter I had previously.
Personally I prefer to use vagcom though.
I'd love to see that one though you being an acomplished 1/4 mile racer and having no fear when it comes to launching a car may just have it edging in your favour.
Eddy should be running more power so it would depend on how he gets it off the line.
What would the weight differences be between...
It was 95.9p around 3 weeks ago which was a bargain considering you get a voucher when spending £50 or more in store, which we do every Friday. This entitles you to 5p off per litre.
Its now 100.9p which ends up back at 95.9p after using the voucher.
Actually, I see you have an S3...
So you're saying that an HKS BOV running in recirc mode with an adaptor is a superior valve to Forge's recirc valves? On what basis, internal workings, build quality?
I've had both a 007P and now an Eliminator (Forge) and both perform perfectly and are built to an extremelly high standard.
James from JBS has a Forge twin pass on his Octy with over 400bhp as does EddyH who will also be over 400bhp when mapped.
I also have the same IC on my K03s car and its a good piece of kit, works really well.