The Peugeot 207 Gti
The Peugeot 207 Gti

Superchips Ltd, the long established performance ECU specialist, is pleased to announce a new performance upgrade for the Peugeot 207 GTi THP 175.

The Peugeot 207 GTi's 1598cc, 175bhp, twin scroll, turbocharged unit features an advanced MED17 engine management system, which required a thorough analysis by Superchip's in house technicians to identify performance enhancement opportunities.

Extensive fine tuning of fuelling, ignition and boost levels has produced a performance remap for the current range topping Peugeot 207, which was validated using Superchip's in house chassis dynomometer allied to a comprehensive road testing program.

Post remap, the Superchips converted Peugeot 207 GTi THP 175 produces a power gain of 12bhp (up to 190bhp from a measured 178bhp) with an extra 25bhp in the mid range, greatly enhancing real world fast road performance.

More impressively, torque leaps from a measured 258Nm (188lb.ft) to a mighty 306Nm (223lb.ft) with nearly 300Nm available from 2000rpm to 4000rpm, highlighting the improved flexibility of the Superchip's upgrade, which is designed to use regular 95 octane forecourt petrol.

The new Superchip's performance ECU remap for the Peugeot 207 GTi THP 175 is available by visiting one of approximately 100 Superchips dealerships in the UK who will install the upgrade. As part of this process, the customer's original file is stored for safe keeping.

Suitable for all MY2007 onwards Peugeot 207 GTI THP 175's, Superchips new performance remap is available now, priced at £391.00 including VAT.

Published : 07/01/10 Author : Staff

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