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2016 ecu’s for MK7 Golf R/GTI and Audi S3/A3 Unlocked!

We are happy to announce that we are now able to flash the newer “locked” ecu’s in the 2016 model 2.0TSI vehicles.

This currently includes the Golf R, MK7 GTI and Audi S3 and A3 models. No ecu removal required. Customers can flash their ecu themselves if they purchase or end user flash tool.

See the product page for your vehicle for more details.

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MK7 GTI Reflash now available

MK7 GTI DynoSmallWe have just released our stage 1 reflash for the MK7 GTI MQB platform.
This is a port flash and does not require removal of the ecu.

Peak gains of over 75 hp and 85 ft lbs of torque were realized on our test vehicle.

Please contact one of our dealers about booking an appointment for a reflash.

 

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Maestro tuned Porsche 996 Turbo runs 10.8

Eurodyne’s Maestro tuned 996 Turbo made it to the track in August
and again in late September and posted some impressive results with a best time
of 10.88 @ 137.5 MPH. Result was achieved on pump gas (94 Octane) using Kumho
Ecsta street radials at a full curb weight of 3,600 lbs

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The 996 had a set Pauter rods installed last winter and is
equipped with TialSport A28 bolt on turbo kit www.tialsport.com all other engine
internals are stock. A set of USP Motorsports intercoolers www.USPMotorsports.com are
used along with a modified air intake system and allows us to run fender well
intakes. The custom Eurodyne maffless tune that retains traction
control and ABS functions was developed using our in house Mustang dyno and the
logging and editing features included in the Maestro
Tuning Suite.

This car is also a tester for our newest product the Eurodyne Boost
Manager  where it is in charge of boost control and water methanol injection.

 

 

 

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USP Motorsports MK4 Jetta makes 601whp!!!

The following was posted by Chris Green of USP Motorsport on the Vortex Forum

Some of you may know, we went out to FixxFest 8 and ran a few of our cars. One of which being Nick’s MK4 Jetta GLI. It went out on the same setup as last year with Scat Rods, 1.9L JE pistons , still using the small port AWP Head (not ported), and Ferrera valves. The only change being the Integrated Engineering Race cams. The car is tuned by Chris Green using Eurodyne Maestro, and running the USP Motorsports E85 fuel conversion. The car, for now, is still running with the stock O2m transmission with peloquin diff, and southbend single disc clutch.

The car was just tuned last week with the new IE cams installed. The car was dyno’d on only 30 psi (Running 2 psi LESS than last year) and made 601 whp with the new cam setup. The car is capable of making more power, but we were confident 600whp was enough to reach our goal of breaking into the 10 second barrier.

The car made 10+ passes over the course of the event without a single issue, and ran consistently in the bottom 11’s. The best pass was a 10.89 @ 134.18, making it the quickest MK4 Jetta to date. It’s highest trap speed was 135.13.

Key Points:

— 24.5″ slicks on 15″ wheels

— Weight of the car with driver was 3040 pounds

— Car was ran with no skinnies in the rear (just regular 18″ stock wheels) and a FULL tank of E85

— Pretty hot day 80 degrees +

— Car made 10+ passes all day with no issues.

— Big thanks to Chris Tapp and Eurodyne for all the help and support!

Power levels at the time of the run

Power levels IE cams vs. stock cams

Time Slip

USP Motorsports
Coral Springs, FL – (954) 755-7772
uspmotorsports.com
AIM – Brent at USP
USP Motorsports Facebook USP Youtube Channel
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“Greta” a force to reckon with

Greta, a 2007 Jetta City owned by Ian Madden of Metric Auto in Ottawa, ON, Canada started her racing career in 2008 in the GTA class. Greta found her new home at Metric Auto after being written off by local VW dealership due to a crash during a road test – I guess she really never wanted the role of family sedan. Modification to Greta’s 1.8T included an AEB head, Mahle pistons, “H” beam rods, 630 injectors, 2.5 inch exhaust, and a GT28rs turbo. Engine management was provided by a standalone system tuned to deliver a respectable 262WHP, more power would have been possible but it was decided that it would be best to err on the side of safety and reliability. This setup helped Greta deliver a best Mosport lap of 1:31.968, a 2nd place overall finish in the GTA class and loads of fun getting there.

2008 Year End Video

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The 2009 season started without engine changes but midway through the year the stand alone controller was replaced by the original Bosch® ME7 controller and the Maestro 7 Software Tuning Suite®. This change allowed for a more aggressive tune that produced an increase of 52WHP with no other changes bringing total WHP to 314 while maintaining engine reliability thanks to the Bosch® controller’s advanced engine management features and the precision tuning provided by the Maestro Tuning Suite®.

Metric Year End 2009

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The 2009 season started without engine changes but midway through the year the stand alone controller was replaced by the original Bosch® ME7 controller and the Maestro 7 Software Tuning Suite®. This change allowed for a more aggressive tune that produced an increase of 52WHP with no other changes bringing total WHP to 314 while maintaining engine reliability thanks to the Bosch® controller’s advanced engine management features and the precision tuning provided by the Maestro Tuning Suite®.

Metric Year End 2009

In 2010 the 1.8T was refreshed using the same internals – an upgraded turbo in the form of a GT2868 was added and the Maestro® tune was refined – end result 374WHP! This kind of serious power required upgrades to the transmission in the form of a Samsonas 6 speed dogbox and a Gemini/VW Motorsport differential. The performance of the Gemini diff is obvious in the picture below – looks like fun!

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The increased power output brought on the need for chassis changes to help keep Greta on the blacktop – a Hybrid R32 Metric racing rear suspension was added along with Moton 2 way shocks with remote reservoirs. Ian installed 330mm front disks along with AP racing calipers to match the braking power to the go power. All these changes produced a fastest lap of 1.27.848 at Mosport; a full 4 seconds plus faster than in her debut in 07.

The 2010 season ended with a 2nd place overall finish in Canadian Automobile Sports Club GT2 division, a win at Calabogie Motorsports Park and a front wheel drive lap record at Mosport – We wait to see what 2011 will bring.

 

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World’s fastest Audi Allroad

Who would ever guess that his rather heavy and sedate looking station wagon is capable of a low 12’s quarter mile time at 116.9 MPH? The Maestro7 Suite® tuned 2.7T runs completely stock internals and is equipped with the Tial 605 turbo kit running 28 pounds of boost. Exhaust is handled by 3” down pipes emptying into a custom fabricated 2.5” stainless exhaust system running a Magnaflow resonator and mufflers – the car “sounds great” not too loud but announces that this family sedan is not completely stock. Other tuning items include an 85mm Hitachi equipped cool air intake, 630CC Siemens injectors fed by a  Walboro  high capacity fuel pump, a water methanol injection system, and a  RS4 pressure plate with a 6 puck ceramic disc.

 

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Mark Hubert uses Eurodyne Maestro to tune his 9 second GTI.

Record breaking GTI runs stock ecu.

For the last two seasons Mark Hubert of Gatineau QC has been using Eurodyne products to tune his record breaking 800+ BHP VW GTI.

Pictured is his new racecar for the 2010 season, but one thing he did not change is the stock ecu, which allowed him to produce record breaking runs with a degree of engine reliability that would not be otherwise possible.

With a best time to date of 9.14@ 164mph Mark has his sights set on an 8 second pass, hopefully early this year.

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