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Auto tuning, price depends on brand and model

Every car and motorcycle is unique. Developing your own software is therefore of the utmost importance. Thanks to our years of experience, we manage to develop such software and continue to optimize it.

The programs for that software are developed on a 4×4 test bench. This makes it possible to approach reality up to 95%. The lost 5% is due to the isolated environment in which work is being done.

All common brands

Improving or tuning the engine can be done internally in the chip or externally via a module. We do these optimizations for all common car brands such as BMW, Audi, Mercedes, Porsche, Opel and many other brands. Select your car brand above, then choose the model and the engine and we immediately show the profit you achieve with our chip tuning. Price is also mentioned per model.

Improving a car can go very far. That is why we speak globally about 3 stages of improvement. Below, you will find a little more explanation about the 3 stages.

STAGE 1

Improvement of the performance

We measure your car on our specialized 4 × 4 power bank. Based on this measurement, we individually adjust the engine management of your vehicle. The bottom line is that we adapt the program and that parameters such as ignition, injection and the like are custom-made on our power test bank. All values are of course within the safety standards imposed by the manufacturer.

STAGE 2

Optimization of the engine management and adjustment of intake and exhaust

We improve the performance of your engine by replacing a number of components around the engine. Intake and exhaust systems are often not optimized by manufacturers, because they want to keep the sound of the vehicle low. If we ensure that the engine gets more air (e.g. with a sports air filter), a lot of power can be gained. The same principle also applies to exhausts.

STAGE 3

Optimization of the engine itself

We replace parts of the engine. This can range from replacing a turbo or camshafts to increasing the cylinder capacity.

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