Hot off the back of the recent launch of the remap for the Mercedes-Benz 220 CDI turbodiesel engine, ECU specialist Superchips has released a conversion for the 200 CGI BlueEFFICIENCY engine, used in the C-Class, E-Class and SLK model ranges.
The Superchips remap for the 1.8-litre turbocharged petrol engine, using Siemens management, follows the company’s tradition of improving engine torque and power but with no penalty to fuel economy when the car is driven in a like-for-like manner.
The remap for the CGI engine improves performance significantly, for more relaxed cruising, increased safety when overtaking and generally, more driver enjoyment.
Power increases by 27bhp at 4369rpm while torque rises by 44Nm at 4240rpm. However, the figures don’t tell the full story; gains are seen throughout the engine’s rev range, from 1500rpm right up to the red-line, making the car much more driveable at all speeds.
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The remap uses Superchips’ Pro2 device, which when fitted to the vehicle, optimises engine fuel, turbo boost and ignition settings.
The Pro2 device is fitted to the vehicle by one of Superchips’ nationwide dealers and the price of £399 includes labour and VAT. The conversion is covered by Superchips’ no-quibble seven-day money back guarantee, if the owner is dissatisfied with the conversion and the Pro2 device itself is also covered by Superchips’ warranty.
However, there is no supplementary warranty offered on the conversion, since the end user is able to adjust the settings independently from those developed and applied at installation by Superchips.
For more information or to buy the remap for the Mercedes CGI engine, click the following hyperlink.