Superchips BMW 135i Can Get 360hp  

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Superchips have released their new performance boosting ECU remap for BMW's 135i Coupe / Convertible.

Superchips has upgraded the 135i’s power from a measured standard output of 315 hp to 360 hp, with a maximum power gain of 49 hp at 5,989 rpm. At the same time, the ECU remap brings the BMW’s torque up from a tested 394 Nm to 456 Nm a 3,359 rpm.

Superchips says that this kit doubles the joy of driving this little beast, specially as it drops the 0 to 60 mph sprint time to 5.6 seconds. But because the speed limiter has not been changed, it still can’t do more than 155 mph.


The price: £445.00 including VAT (€515) and Superchips offers a very relieving 12-month/30,000 mile guarantee, lest you're worried about your BMW dealer getting upset at you messing with their work of art.


Press Release

SUPERCHIPS UNLEASHES THE BMW 135i'S REAL DRIVING MACHINE
  • Dealer fit ECU remap boosts performance by 49 bhp / 70 Nm of torque
  • Peak performance figures increase to 360 bhp / 456 Nm
  • Added pace and driveability for BMW 1-series flagship

Buckingham, United Kingdom, 20th May 2010

Thanks to its combination of small size and powerful 3.0-litre six
cylinder twin turbocharged engine, BMW's 135i has attracted a loyal
following amongst owners and the motoring press.

Which is why Buckingham based Superchips Ltd, the market leading
specialist in performance electronic tuning, is pleased to unveil a
performance boosting ECU remap for the 135i.

The result of extensive investigation into the BMW's Siemens MSD ECU
parameters, Superchip's highly experienced technicians successfully
identified several performance enhancement opportunities with the original
factory settings, enabling the company to refine the 135i's ECU map to meet
the needs of the BMW driving enthusiast who demands a sharper, more exciting
drive.

Careful optimisation of ignition, fuelling and turbo boost settings via
combination of extensive chassis dyno testing and road validation has
produced a Superchips remap that elevates the performance of the 135i onto a
different plane.

As measured on its in house four wheel drive chassis dyno', the
Superchips upgrade boosts the BMW 135i's peak power from a tested standard
output of 315 bhp, to a mighty 360 bhp, with a maximum power gain of 49 bhp
at 5989 rpm.

The Superchips ECU remap also significantly enhances the 135i's torque
output, rising from a measured 394 Nm to an impressive 456 Nm at just 3359
rpm, with maximum gain of 70 Nm at just 3267 rpm.

Compared to the standard BMW 135i, the Superchips upgraded car produces
peak torque over 1000 rpm lower down in the rev range, making it not only
ultimately faster, but also significantly easier to drive.

Although not yet tested against the clock, the Superchips remapped BMW
135i is expected to better the standard car's 5.3 second 0-60 mph sprint
time, although for safety reasons the 155 mph speed limiter is left
untouched.

The Superchips BMW 135i ECU remap also scores at the pumps - when driven
on a like for like basis with the standard car owners will experience no
fuel consumption penalty, despite the extra performance.

Installation of the Superchips ECU remap entails customers visiting one
of approximately 100 Superchips dealerships in the UK who will undertake the
remap procedure.

Customers can be assured the Superchips conversion is covered by a full
Customer Service Guarantee and an industry-leading 12 month / 30,000
supplementary full vehicle warranty.

Suitable for both manual and automatic transmission variants of BMW 135i
produced from 2007 onwards, the Superchips ECU remap is available now both
directly from Superchips and its UK dealer network, priced at £445.00
including VAT @ 17.5%.

Superchips - don't compromise, optimise.


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1 评论: to “ Superchips BMW 135i Can Get 360hp


  • 1/6/10 02:14  

    Superchips new upgraded BMW's 135i Coupe is a well designed car. You don't think the price looks some excessive than other models. This is the only down point of this models.