ELITEDRIVE POWER MODULES
The Power Module intercepts your vehicle’s drive data and in real time is able to adjust your tune to match that of a real world dyno derived performance tune carried out on a vehicle exactly like yours. A dyno run is carried out, and 5 real world tunes are developed from mild to maximum.
Those 5 tunes are then tested to make sure air/fuel ratio’s and exhaust gas temps are all within manufacturer’s specifications. Power gains are generated by applying dynamic fuel rail tuning while simultaneously making available up to 3psi more boost which will bring your engine to life.
The optimizations applied in each map improve engine power and enhance performance that results in fuel savings and a much more enjoyable drive.
The Power Module is designed to work within the factory tolerances and design specifications of your engine, requiring no hardware upgrades for successful results.
Our default maps do not excessively raise maximum fuel rail pressure, preventing wear on the vehicle’s fuel system (fuel pump and injectors). There should be no issues if the engine being tuned is mechanically sound.
Every engine responds uniquely when tuned and results will vary across different mileages, but you can expect up to 30% gains in power and torque at various locations across the rev range.
We claim up to 30% more power and torque at various locations across the rev range but this is not to be confused with adding 30% over the peak power of an engine.
For example, a Nissan NP300 gains 70Nm over peak torque which is around 16% above original. However at 2380rpm, there is an additional 142Nm created over the standard power level, giving you a full 48% gain in torque at this location in the rev range. While we claim up to 30% more power and torque, we very often deliver much more than this, but these gains are always well within the capabilities and reserves of your engine and transmission.
Tuned torque peaks at 2380rpm producing 465Nm. This is a 142Nm gain on stock at this point in the rev range.
This tuned torque holds at least 63Nm gain over stock until the end of the run.
We cannot safely add 30% more power and torque over the original “Peak” power figures but our power gains are made as soon as boost is generated and results are felt across the whole rev range, not just up top, and all these results are achieved with no hardware changes required.