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CMDFLASH Software Revision V3.2.0.163

OBD:
BOSCH-MED17.1.62 TC1793 VAG MY 2017/2018 294 KW (400HP)
AUDI TTRS 2.5 TFSI 294KW DAZA BOSCH-MED17.1.62 TC1793 CAN VR/W/CHK/Recovery
AUDI RS3 2.5 TFSI 294KW DAZA BOSCH-MED17.1.62 TC1793 CAN VR/W/CHK/Recovery

TRANSMISSION CONTROL UNIT – TCU
AUDI ZF AL551 CAN R/W/CHK/Recovery
DELPHI DCM6.2 1.6 TDI VAG
AUDI A1 1.6 TDI 85KW CXMA DCM6.2 CAN VR/W/CHK/Recovery
AUDI A3 1.6 TDI 81KW CXXB-DBKA DCM6.2 CAN VR/W/CHK/Recovery
VOLKSWAGEN GOLF VII 1.6 TDI 66KW CRKA-CXXA DCM6.2 CAN VR/W/CHK/Recovery
VOLKSWAGEN GOLF VII 1.6 TDI 81KW DBKA-CXXB-CRKB DCM6.2 CAN VR/W/CHK/Recovery
SEAT,TOLEDO 1.6 TDI 85KW CXMA DCM6.2 CAN VR/W/CHK/Recovery
SEAT LEON 1.6 TDI 66KW CXXA DCM6.2 CAN VR/W/CHK/Recovery
SEAT LEON 1.6 TDI 81KW DBKA-CXXB DCM6.2 CAN VR/W/CHK/Recovery
SKODA RAPID 1.6 TDI 85KW CXMA DCM6.2 CAN VR/W/CHK/Recovery
SKODA OCTAVIA 1.6 TDI 66KW CXXA DCM6.2 CAN VR/W/CHK/Recovery
SKODA OCTAVIA 1.6 TDI 81KW DBKA-CXXB-CRKB DCM6.2 CAN VR/W/CHK/Recovery
BOSCH MED17.1.1 AUDI

AUDI R8,5.2 FSI plus 449KW CSPB BOSCH-MED17.1.1 ECU1 CAN VR/W/CHK/Recovery
AUDI R8 5.2 FSI plus 449KW CSPB BOSCH-MED17.1.1 ECU2 CAN VR/W/CHK/Recovery
AUDI R8 5.2 FSI 397KW CSPA BOSCH-MED17.1.1 ECU1 CAN VR/W/CHK/Recovery
AUDI R8 5.2 FSI 397KW CSPA BOSCH-MED17.1.1 ECU2 CAN VR/W/CHK/Recovery
BOSCH MED17 PORSCHE
PORSCHE CAYENNE 3.6 VR6 DFI 220KW CGRA BOSCH-MED17 TC1797 CAN VR/W/CHK/Recovery
TEMIC DL501/DL501Gen2 PORSCHE
PORSCHE PDK DL501 CAN VR/W/CHK/Recovery
PORSCHE PDK DL501Gen2 CAN VR/W/CHK/Recovery
TEMIC VAG DL501Gen2
VAG 0B5 DL501Gen2 S-TRONIC CAN VR/W/CHK/Recovery
TEMIC VAG DQ200-Gen2
VAG 0CW DQ200-Gen2 CAN VR/W/CHK/Recovery
SIM12.2 VAG North and South America version
VOLKSWAGEN JETTA 2.0 TSI 155KW CPLA-CPPA SIM12.2 CAN VR/W/CHK/Recovery
VOLKSWAGEN JETTA 1.8 TSI 125KW CPRA SIM12.2 CAN VR/W/CHK/Recovery
VOLKSWAGEN NEW BEETLE 2.0 TSI 155KW CPLA-CPPA SIM12.2 CAN VR/W/CHK/Recovery
VOLKSWAGEN NEW BEETLE 1.8 TSI 125KW CPRA SIM12.2 CAN VR/W/CHK/Recovery
VOLKSWAGEN PASSAT 1.8 TSI 125KW CPRA SIM12.2 CAN VR/W/CHK/Recovery
BOSCH-MED17.1.11
PORSCHE CAYENNE 3.0 T V6 Hybrid 245KW CGEA BOSCH-MED17 TC1797 CAN VR/W/CHK/Recovery
VOLKSWAGEN TOUAREG 3.0 T V6 Hybrid 245KW CGFA BOSCH-MED17 TC1797 CAN VR/W/CHK/Recovery
PORSCHE PANAMERA 3.0 T V6 Hybrid 245KW CGFA BOSCH-MED17 TC1797 CAN VR/W/CHK/Recovery
Delphi DCM6.2 VAG 1.4TDI 2.0TDI ( coming soon : 1.6TDI )
SEAT TOLEDO 1.4 TDI 66KW CUSB DCM6.2 CAN VR/W/CHK/Recovery
SEAT IBIZA 1.4 TDI 77KW CUTA DCM6.2 CAN VR/W/CHK/Recovery
SEAT IBIZA 1.4 TDI 66KW CUSB DCM6.2 CAN VR/W/CHK/Recovery
SEAT IBIZA 1.4 TDI 55KW CUSA DCM6.2 CAN VR/W/CHK/Recovery
SKODA FABIA 1.4 TDI 77KW CUTA DCM6.2 CAN VR/W/CHK/Recovery
SKODA FABIA 1.4 TDI 66KW CUSB DCM6.2 CAN VR/W/CHK/Recovery
SKODA FABIA 1.4 TDI 55KW CUSA DCM6.2 CAN VR/W/CHK/Recovery
SKODA RAPID 1.4 TDI 66KW CUSB DCM6.2 CAN VR/W/CHK/Recovery
VOLKSWAGEN POLO 1.4 TDI 77KW CUTA DCM6.2 CAN VR/W/CHK/Recovery
VOLKSWAGEN POLO 1.4 TDI 66KW CUSB DCM6.2 CAN VR/W/CHK/Recovery
VOLKSWAGEN POLO 1.4 TDI 55KW CUSA DCM6.2 CAN VR/W/CHK/Recovery

AUDI A1 1.4 TDI 66KW CUSB DCM6.2 CAN VR/W/CHK/Recovery

VOLKSWAGEN MULTIVAN 2.0 TDI 110KW CXHA-CXFA DCM6.2 CAN VR/W/CHK/Recovery

VOLKSWAGEN MULTIVAN 2.0 TDI 84KW CXHB DCM6.2 CAN VR/W/CHK/Recovery
VOLKSWAGEN MULTIVAN 2.0 TDI 62KW CXGA DCM6.2 CAN VR/W/CHK/Recovery
VOLKSWAGEN MULTIVAN 2.0 TDI 75KW CXGB DCM6.2 CAN VR/W/CHK/Recovery
VOLKSWAGEN MULTIVAN 2.0 BiTDI 150KW CXEB DCM6.2 CAN VR/W/CHK/Recovery
VOLKSWAGEN CARAVELLE 2.0 TDI 110KW CXHA-CXFA DCM6.2 CAN VR/W/CHK/Recovery
VOLKSWAGEN CARAVELLE 2.0 TDI 84KW CXHB DCM6.2 CAN VR/W/CHK/Recovery
VOLKSWAGEN CARAVELLE 2.0 TDI 62KW CXGA DCM6.2 CAN VR/W/CHK/Recovery
VOLKSWAGEN CARAVELLE 2.0 TDI 75KW CXGB DCM6.2 CAN VR/W/CHK/Recovery
VOLKSWAGEN CARAVELLE 2.0 BiTDI 150KW CXEB DCM6.2 CAN VR/W/CHK/Recovery
VOLKSWAGEN CALIFORNIA 2.0 TDI 110KW CXHA-CXFA DCM6.2 CAN VR/W/CHK/Recovery
VOLKSWAGEN CALIFORNIA 2.0 TDI 84KW CXHB DCM6.2 CAN VR/W/CHK/Recovery
VOLKSWAGEN CALIFORNIA 2.0 TDI 62KW CXGA DCM6.2 CAN VR/W/CHK/Recovery
VOLKSWAGEN CALIFORNIA 2.0 TDI 75KW CXGB DCM6.2 CAN VR/W/CHK/Recovery
VOLKSWAGEN CALIFORNIA 2.0 BiTDI 150KW CXEB DCM6.2 CAN VR/W/CHK/Recovery
VOLKSWAGEN TRANSPORTER 2.0 TDI 110KW CXHA-CXFA DCM6.2 CAN VR/W/CHK/Recovery
VOLKSWAGEN TRANSPORTER 2.0 TDI 84KW CXHB DCM6.2 CAN VR/W/CHK/Recovery
VOLKSWAGEN TRANSPORTER 2.0 TDI 62KW CXGA DCM6.2 CAN VR/W/CHK/Recovery
VOLKSWAGEN TRANSPORTER 2.0 TDI 75KW CXGB DCM6.2 CAN VR/W/CHK/Recovery
VOLKSWAGEN TRANSPORTER 2.0 BiTDI 150KW CXEB DCM6.2 CAN VR/W/CHK/Recovery
VOLKSWAGEN CRAFTER 2.0 TDI 110KW CXHA-CXFA DCM6.2 CAN VR/W/CHK/Recovery
BOOT:
BOSCH MED17.9.7 JAGUAR/LAND ROVER
JAGUAR/LR BOSCH MED17.9.7 PWD READ (BMW Fxx PWD Needed)
JAGUAR/LR BOSCH MED17.9.7 TC1767

Updates to PCW

First stage of our final update of this platform is now complete, We are now in the process of deploying stage 2 of the update program, this will include the new SeQuI tool, and the rebuild of the library for extra ECU and SW version coverage. This massive amount of work should be complete within next 3-4 weeks. Thank you for all the support so we can Innovate and create.

Smoke will damage a modern Diesel engine

Automotive manufacturers go to huge lengths to achieve the perfect/maximum thermal efficiency in engine design striking the perfect balance from a induction temperature and the heating point of the fuel vs permissible exhaust temperature (EGT) whist targeting the idea push/pumping(expansion) cycle or adiabatic process. Extracting more performance from a diesel engine for a manufacture is purely down to controlling EGT relative to particle and Nox (nitrogen oxide) emissions the very reason implementing the use of DPF systems.

exhaust-smoke

So how is the damage done? – By modifying the lambda (fuel relative to air) the first issue is the over loading of the DPF management cycle as the filter is designed to handle a certain amount of matter vs measured flow vs a oil quality / engine ageing strategy, think of it like this – tuning a engine it is a given performance air filters provide more airflow by using better more expensive materials. Currently there is no material solution for DPF to achieve performance increase other than (at best) an increase regeneration cycles to keep flow optimized resulting in increased fuel use for such a regeneration leading to the inevitable shorted life cycle. So adding fuel = Dead DPF.

pcw-turboTurbochargers suffer greatly from tuning ignorance, and are a fundamental component in managing the efficiency of a engine. The compressor map of a turbo dictates the dynamics of the air heating process with the cylinder temperatures vs EGT calibrated precisely known as the ‘flame wall’ as diesel fuel ignition timing is dictated by the mass vs relative fuel temperature respecting thermodynamic variables / eg – the fuel pressure (endothermic reaction), fuel mass (duration), start of injection (timing). We see issues with calibrations where the mass (duration) is modified the SOI (timing) is modified along with increased rail pressure resulting in the movement in flame wall causing a cascade rise in EGT thus damaging the turbocharger due to the pardox of increased boost pressure only compounding the issue. Another issue born out of over fueling and flame de-tuning is the sooting of the exhaust wheel of the turbo causing a imbalance of the turbine and jamming of a variable geometry where applicable thus greatly reducing the life of the turbocharger.

Drive line and chassis harmonics – Manufacturers again go to huge length to control engine running frequency and this ‘noise’ causes long term damage to components a simple example is the presence of a dual mass flywheel which is tasked in part to countering this issue in conjunction with tuned engine mounts and phased injection strategies. By not respecting these components in a calibration all will lead to early failure.

The work is already done in the ECU to increase the performance to a sensible point without compromising the powertrain the key is understanding the physics on which the calibration was designed, so the next time you see a youtube video of a vehicle pumping a dyno cell full of black smoke think about what you have read here and the ignorance of some tuners.

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