Global ECU remap leader Superchips has launched another conversion for the Ford turbocharged petrol engine, the EcoBoost. It now offers a significant performance upgrade for models using the 1.0-litre, 125PS version of the engine, notably in the Focus Mk3.5 range.
The Euro6-specification engine leaves the factory with 125PS but the Superchips remap delivers a gain in power of 27bhp at 4928rpm and an even more impressive increase in torque, of 58Nm at 3843rpm.
The full power and torque curves can be seen by clicking the following link:
In addition to outright gains in both power and torque, the curves show that the Superchips remap removes a significant dip in the original engine’s torque curve. Not only will the car now be more driveable with its additional torque, it will also feel smoother thanks to the elimination of this dip.
The gains in power means it will offer brisker performance, for more relaxed cruising and safer overtaking.
The conversion can be carried out by owner themselves, using Superchips’ Bluefin device, at a cost of £399 including VAT.
With a Bluefin, users don’t need any mechanical or technical skills, simply plug the Bluefin handset into the diagnostic port (connecting to the vehicle’s Electronic Control Unit) and follow the on-screen instructions.
Alternatively, it can be performed by one of Superchips’ highly skilled nationwide dealers, at a cost of £365 including labour and VAT.
The remap is covered by Superchips’ industry-leading 12-month/30,000-mile warranty.*
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