Mazda CX-7 Remap
The CX-7 is a mid-size crossover SUV model from Mazda, the production version of the MX-Crossport concept car. The CX-7 is built in Hiroshima, Japan, starting in early 2006. The CX-7 was shown publicly for the first time at the 2006 Los Angeles Auto Show in January. Production officially began on February 20 at Mazda’s Ujina#2 factory in Hiroshima. The CX-7 went on sale in spring 2006 as a 2007 model. It is also Mazda’s first mid-size SUV since the Navajo was discontinued in 1994.
Though outwardly similar, the CX-7 and the Mazda CX-9 do not share platforms. The CX-7 shares the front suspension of the Mazda MPVminivan and the rear suspension from the Mazda5. It shares its turbocharged inline-4 engine with the Mazdaspeed6 and uses a 6-speed automatic transmission.
If you want to gain more power, torque and better MPG for your Mazda CX-7 Car? Then look no further.
Our Mazda diesel performance chips and Mazda remapping via the OBD port will dramatically improve your Car performance and improve your MPG!
- Every vehicle we do is Custom Remapped, nothing less will do
- Every vehicle we do carries a Lifetime Warranty on the software
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After your ECU upgrade to your Mazda CX-7, you will enjoy:
- Increased horsepower | Increased torque | Better throttle response
- Smoother power delivery | Improved fuel economy | Safer overtaking
Performance Result For Mazda CX-7
|Model||Original BHP||Tuned BHP||Original Nm||Tuned Nm|
[Note: Nm = Newton metre and BHP = Brake Horse Power]
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About: Bosch EDC 16
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.