Superchips Ltd has unveiled an ECU remap for the 2010 model Porsche Cayenne 3.0 diesel.
Responding to customer demand for increased low speed torque, Superchips engineers extensively analysed the Porsche's Bosch EDC17 ECU, finding a number of areas where performance optimisation could occur on the Porsche Cayenne's 2967cc V6 turbo diesel engine without compromising reliability or refinement.
Post installation, the Superchips ECU remap sharpens the Porsche Cayenne diesel's powerplant, resulting in a smoother, more responsive, more exhilarating drive. Power is boosted by up to 47 bhp at 4044 rpm, while torque increases by an impressive 82 Nm (60 lb.ft.) Crucially, for a 2100 kilo SUV, the Superchips ECU remap improves the Porsche Cayenne Diesel's performance from just 1800rpm, enabling swift, relaxed progress for fast road driving, overtaking, load hauling or off roading.
Pleasingly, the Porsche Caynenne's much praised fuel economy is unaffected by the Superchips ECU remap and in most instances consumption improves due to the extra low rev torque available to the driver.
Installation of the Superchips ECU remap for Porsche Cayenne Diesel Sport models entails customers visiting one of approximately 80 Superchips performance centres, where trained technicians can undertake the remapping procedure.
Customers can be assured the Superchips conversion is covered by a full Customer Service Guarantee and an industry-leading 12 month / 30,000 supplementary full vehicle warranty.
Suitable for Porsche Cayenne Diesel models produced from March 2010 onwards, the Superchips ECU remap is available now directly from s and its UK dealer network, priced at £445.00, including VAT @ 17.5%.
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