Here are the results after reprogramming of the engine control unit. We ensure the tolerances set by the manufacturer for the engine and gearbox are not exceeded.
What does the sports air filter do? For good combustion, the fuel and air must be free of impurities. By its design, the sports air filter improves the performance of your vehicle by optimising the flow of air to the engine. Unlike a conventional paper air filter, the sports air filter is made of cotton and can be washed.
The role of the ShifTech motor mechanic is to enhance the settings while trying to obtain the most homogeneous and coherent curve possible. The power and torque curves for the preparation of your vehicle are placed in good hands and discussed individually.
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Each SHIFTECH reprogramming operation is preceded and succeeded by putting the vehicle on a Cartec 4x4 1,200 HP dynamometer. The dynamometer serves two purposes:
The test bench is equipped with a 60,000 m³/h fan in order to replicate road conditions as closely as possible.
We guarantee five years of efficient operation of the mapping and to return the vehicle to its original state if it’s going to be sold. We guarantee a power and torque increase after reprogramming, provided the engine is in good condition and servicing has been carried out at the right time. If your engine management system is updated by your dealer, we will reprogramme it free of charge based on the update.
In order to provide the best conditions for waiting, each ShifTech centre has a waiting room equipped with WiFi, magazines and a TV. Drinks are also on offer. If you prefer, you can leave your vehicle in the morning and collect it again at the end of the day.
The DSG gearbox (dual clutch) allows quick gearshifting but does not deliver its full potential so far. With the reprogramming we are working on several parameters:
The sports exhaust system improves the sound and the appearance of the vehicle. Concerning full exhaust, it’s possible to obtain greater power gains when reprogramming.