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VelocityAP Jaguar XE X760 ECU Tuning. 3.0L V6 SC, 2.0L Petrol/Gasoline Turbo, 2.0L T

 
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Old 04-03-2019, 08:39 PM
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After first 150 miles or so the tune has really settled in with the car. I do not think you can even imagine the car responds as though it is the same vehicle. You really feel like a new power unit has been bolted into the frame.

i ran a VAP tune on the v6 in my old ftype so I knew this was going to be exciting.

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If it is an Ecoboost we should be able to read & write the software we developed for the Evoque.

+40WHP
+80WHTQ


 
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With the ECU Tune do i need to do anything else to the engine to support the additional HP or will the stock engine be fine?
 
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With the ECU Tune do i need to do anything else to the engine to support the additional HP or will the stock engine be fine?
Assuming that there's no pre-existing faults, the engine will support the HP in stock form. Remember it's the same engine that makes 400BHP in the FType, just calibration changes. So our 415BHP is still pretty conservative.
 
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Assuming that there's no pre-existing faults, the engine will support the HP in stock form. Remember it's the same engine that makes 400BHP in the FType, just calibration changes. So our 415BHP is still pretty conservative.
Thanks for you help
 
 

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