| Put simply, the output increase is achieved by changing the quantity of fuel injected and the ignition time. In contrast to boxes in the low-price range, there is no change made to the supercharge pressure, nor is the engine temperature "distorted".
All our boxes work exclusively via microprocessors, i.e. they are capable of "learning". Our technology adapts to the driver's individual driving style. In addition, all our boxes possess the so-called "jumper technique".
This means that the vehicle owner can change the output of the box himself/herself in a matter of seconds. For system-related reasons, however, the additional output that can be used is limited to 20-25%. An increase in excess of this can lead to the engine becoming overgreased and - in the worst case scenario - to the pistons melting.
VP37 This module is used in vehicles equipped with conventional injection pumps made by Bosch (e.g. VAG TDI engines). The increase in output is brought about by adjusting the sensor signal of the original control unit. Even though this technology is used by ever fewer car manufacturers, we have completely digitalised our boxes.
In contrast to analogue data adjusting, there is no need to go to the trouble of making adjustments to a potentiometer, screws etc. In the case of other technologies in the low-price range, the injection quantity is changed via a single resistor. Failing a direct adjustment to the sensor signal, the engine loses various protective functions. The module is installed via an 8- or 10-pole adapter piece (VAG engines) or via the connection to the engine control unit.
CRD This electronic device is used in vehicles with common rail injection made by Bosch or Siemens.
The output increase is achieved by means of a direct characteristic curve control of the magnetic valves.
In contrast to other techniques, the injection quantity is corrected dependent on the speed.
The CRD is installed via a vehicle-specific cable adapter.
PD This electronic device is used in vehicles with pump-nozzle injection made by Bosch. Our boxes act directly on the signal processing of the injection pump. Additional output is achieved by means of a direct characteristic curve control of the magnetic valves. This procedure is carried out exclusively via microprocessors. The result is a high torque in the lower and middle speed range, as well as quiet and stable running at idle speed.
Our technology can be used independently of the cylinder number (3-6 cylinders).
The PD is installed via an original vehicle adapter as well as two cables to be connected to the power supply.
VP44 This electronic device is used in vehicles with VP44 injection pumps made by Bosch.
The microprocessors change and optimize the control of the diesel pump. Since the VP44 injection pump is used over a broad range of engine outputs (from 75 to over 180 hp), very high increases to the hp and Nm can be achieved.
We have chosen not to use so-called CAN bus technology, in which the values are corrected via a digital data bus. In long-term tests, this technology has revealed itself it to very prone to errors and disturbances.
The VP44 is installed via a cable connection to the diesel pump as well as two connections to the gas pedal sensor.