Audi Q7 Remap
The Audi Q7 is a full-size luxury crossover SUV unveiled in September 2005 at the Frankfurt Motor Show. Production of the Q7 began in autumn of 2005 in Bratislava, Slovakia. It is the first SUV offering from Audi and went on sale in 2006. Later, Audi’s second SUV, the Q5, was unveiled as a 2009 model. Audi has since unveiled a third SUV model, the Q3, going on sale in the 3rd quarter of 2011. It shares a platform with the Volkswagen Touareg and the Porsche Cayenne.
Want to gain more power, torque and better MPG for your Audi A3 Car? Then look no further.
- Every vehicle we do is Custom Remapped, nothing less will do
- Every vehicle we do carries a Lifetime Warranty on the software
- Every vehicle we do carries a no-quibble 30-Day Money Back Guarantee
After your ECU upgrade to your Audi Q7, you will enjoy:
- Increased horsepower | Increased torque | Better throttle response
- Smoother power delivery | Improved fuel economy | Safer overtaking
Performance Result For Audi Q7
|Model||Original BHP||Tuned BHP||BHP +||Original Nm||Tuned Nm||Nm +|
|3.0 TDI – 229||229||270||18.00%||500||578||16.000%|
|3.0 TDI (2008) – 240||240||280||17.00%||500||565||13.000%|
|3.0 TDI (2008) – 240 Boot Tricore||240||280||17.00%||500||565||13.000%|
|4.2 TDi – 321||321||365||14.00%||760||870||14.000%|
|6.0 TDI Boot Tricore||493||538||9.00%||1000||1100||10.000%|
|4.2 TDI – 335||335||367||10.00%||800||900||13.000%|
|3.0 TFSI – 272||272||272||0.00%||400||400||0.000%|
|3.0 TFSI – 333||333||333||0.00%||440||440||0.000%|
|3.0 TDI – 201||201||256||27.00%||450||570||27.000%|
[Note: Nm = Newton metre and BHP = Brake Horse Power]
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About Bosch EDC16:
The new Electronic Diesel Control EDC 16 engine management system from Bosch has its debut in the V10-TDI- and R5-TDI-engines. Bosch EDC 16 engine management system is designed to be compatible as both a single and double control unit concept. The actual concept used depends on the number of cylinders in the engine.