Volkswagen Atlas / Teramont
The table shows the cost of the ECU firmware. Stage 2, 3, 4 does not include the cost of spare parts and installation of additional equipment to achieve the declared capacity.
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Stage1 - reprogramming the control unit and the use of high-octane gasoline
Stage2 - Stage1 + installation of a downpipe and optionally a zero resistance filter
Stage3 - Stage2 + upgraded turbine, increased exhaust system cross-section, intercooler (+ improvement of the fuel system and engine cooling system)
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Why manufacturers do not do this
The manufacturer is forced to compromise between engine power and the following factors in different countries:
- different climatic conditions
- speed modes on the road
- different fuel quality
- environmental standards for exhaust emissions
- dependence on the power of the cost of taxes and car insurance
Automakers are forced to design an engine management program to take into account the above factors with a very wide range of tolerances.
Impact of chip tuning
on engine life
Chip tuning uses the latent potential inherent in the plant engine resources for further modifications.
For example, a BMW engine with a 3.0-liter diesel engine has been produced for many years with minor modifications to additional equipment and software. Without an increase in volume, it had a power of 218 hp. up to 381 hp From this we can conclude that the engine has a high margin of safety.
As practice shows, the engine’s service life is more influenced by its correct operation - timely technical maintenance (MOT) and the use of high-quality consumables: oil, filters.
In this example, we can conclude that correctly executed reprogramming does not affect the motor resource.
Keep factory warranty
We are able to edit the firmware so that the car retains the factory warranty
How chip tuning saves fuel
The increase in power is achieved due to more precise adjustments and the supply of the working mixture, respectively, the fuel is consumed more efficiently.
Plus, with an increase in power and torque, the logic of the gearbox changes, it switches at lower engine speeds, since it reaches the desired torque earlier. Thus, the lower the engine speed, the lower the fuel consumption.