Engine Performance Tuning
Engine Performance Tuning of commercial vehicles, lorries and buses delivers considerably additional horse power, torque and improved driveability that enable fleet operators to acquire a fleet of commercial vehicles with improved engine performance. Engine Performance Tuning and ECU remapping can be tuned to deliver extra pulling power and torque throughout the entire RPM range. Vehicles will feel smoother and more powerful, initial and mid-range acceleration as well as torque can be increased, reducing gear shifts and significantly improving mileage return and driving pleasure. We will also deal with drivability problems at lower RPM ranges such as flat spots and hesitation issues giving the engine more initial torque making a more responsive and enjoyable drive.
For commercial vehicles with a diesel turbo engine ECU, it will produce 20 – 40% BHP and 50 – 70% torque depending on exact specification, diesel engines give the most impressive power and torque gains available. Extra power is gained throughout the entire RPM range and under all load conditions, the turning force gained from these engines is immense. This enables fleet operators and owners to have a fleet with higher horsepower without having the need to change and purchase a fleet with the improved performance at a much higher cost.
Fuel Economy (ECO) Tuning
However in addition to better engine performance, the need to reduce operating cost continues to be a pressure and focus for all fleet operators and owner operators alike. Therefore, with Gogreen ECO tuning that can be tailored to the needs and use of the vehicle, a significant improvements in fuel saving can be achieved.
ECO Tuning means a data map optimized for consumption, in other words optimized performance, torque, emissions and fuel economy in any driving situation. So with higher efficiency, optimized mapping leads to a lower specific fuel consumption.
With GoGreen ECO Tuning, it is mainly the rpm ranges in which fuel savings are possible that are optimized. This leads to relatively smaller increases in performance figures (kW / hp), since these values are reached and measured in the high RPM range. The increase in torque allows driving with, on average, significantly lower speeds which then lowers consumption considerably.