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Chiptuning volvo s60 D5
« dnia: 11 Listopad, 2009, 16:39:11 »
Witam wszystkich serdecznie!
Obecnie posiadam volvo s60 d5 163 konie. Zastanawiam się nad zwiększeniem tej mocy.
Co o tym sądzicie, czy warto, jakie firmy polecacie, jaki może być przybliżony koszt?
Autko ma obecnie przejechane 150tys. I-y właściciel, jestem raczej zainteresowany aby zrobić to dobrze, tak aby autko się nie sypało później, więc wypowiedzcie się jako fachowcy.
Przebywam głównie w Łodzi i okolicach Bełchatowa wieć jeśli się zdecyduję to będę szukał firmy w promieniu tych miast.
Pozdrawiam:)



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« Odpowiedź #1 dnia: 11 Listopad, 2009, 22:27:45 »
V-tech masz w lodzi w łowiczu, wybieraj ten z hamownią podwoziową :)
« Ostatnia zmiana: 11 Listopad, 2009, 22:30:31 wysłana przez JacekLow »

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Odp: Chiptuning volvo s60 D5
« Odpowiedź #2 dnia: 11 Listopad, 2009, 22:29:48 »
ENGINE & PERFORMANCE

ENGINE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS

BOSCH DIESEL EDC15 & EDC16

Performance upgrade portal
                                WothRline
Many Volvo owners have asked me about tuning SW over the years and I have been forced to turn them down. I can't personally provide tuning SW, but now I can offer help and support to owners who are thinking about an upgrade. If you are thinking about getting your car tuned, I can provide you a portal to help you get a high quality SW with trustworthy performance figures that will fulfil the WothRline philosophy to a competitive cost.
If you are interested in an ECM upgrade for your petrol or diesel engine MY94 or later, then send an Email and I will see what offer I can arrange for you.
Only flash-upgrades (no chip upgrades) either directly in the car or through the flash-PIN in the ECM.

Following vehicles can be tuned:
850 Turbo/T5, T-5R, 850R with Bosch M4.3 MY94-97.
850 AWD with Bosch M4.4 MY96-97.
S/V/C70/V70 XC 2.5T, T5, R, AWD with Bosch M4.4 MY97-98

S/V/C70 2.4T, T5, R AWD with Bosch ME7 MY99-04.

S60/V70/S80/XC70/XC90 2.4T, 2.5T, T5, T6, R with Bosch ME7 MY99-08.

S40/V40 1.9T, 2.0T, T4 with Siemens EMS2000 MY97-03.

S40/V50/C30/C70 T5 with Bosch ME9 MY04-
S40/V50/C30/C70 D5 Bosch EDC16 MY07-

S60/V70/S80/XC70/XC90 2.4D, D5 with Bosch EDC15 MY02-05 and EDC16 MY06-

S60/V70/S80 140hp Automatic with Denso MY01-08 to 170hp.
S40/V50/C30/C70 140hp Automatic with Denso MY04 to 170hp.

In general, expect 7-10% power gain from a HP (high pressure) engine like T5 or D5 with SW upgrade alone and 12.5-20% torque gain.
Examples:
225hp/300Nm 850 T5/Turbo (23HT) will produce 255hp/390Nm with a SW upgrade.
250hp/330Nm S60 T5 (23HT) will produce 265hp/410Nm with a SW upgrade.
260hp/350Nm S60 T5 (24HT) will produce 295hp/430Nm with a SW upgrade.
300hp/400Nm S60R (25RT) will produce 330hp/450Nm with a SW upgrade.
163hp/340Nm S60 D5 (NED) will produce 190hp/410Nm with a SW upgrade.
185hp/400Nm S60 D5 (I5D) will produce 220hp/470Nm with a SW upgrade.

It's possible to reach higher torque figures but that will stress the HW and the sporty characteristics will vanish.

If you think that the figures seems to be on the low side compared to what many tuning companies claim, these are real figures and not just numbers to state the highest figures compared to other tuning companies.

It's sad that tuning companies has to lie in order to get customers. Since people don't want to think before they buy, they just go for the company that states the highest figures...
With the same HW, tuning companies have the same limitations to work with and it can't be that much difference in maximum power.

You will not find performance figures here that's just not possible to achieve in reality and for me it's very important to maintain the durability and deliver a sportier nature.
The S60R/V70R SW upgrade with 7200rpm rev limit and a real top speed of +280km/h will feel nothing like the stock vehicle.
The T5 24HT will reach +275km/h and the performance between 5000rpm and 7000rpm is not what you would expect from a Volvo and together with the low end torque you will also get greater comfort.
Also the older T5 model with smaller turbochargers will end up with a new characteristics with a smoother drive and a great driving pleasure and high end performance.

LP - low pressure engines in general will gain more from a SW upgrade and in most cases gain better over all performance compared to the comparable stock T5 model. For a LP (low pressure) engine like 2.5T or 2.4D you can expect 20% power gain and 20-30% torque gain from a SW upgrade alone and you will get a much more refined nature with greater feel in the higher engine speed range.

Add a catback exhaust and you will get another 10-20hp depending on model and better response, but most importantly, you will lower the temperature impact on the HW and most often also improve fuel consumption. If you'd like to add an exhaust system to your car, I recommend the TME exhaust system and I can provide a direct link to them and help you get a good price. Send me your enquiry and I will contact TME to see if it's possible to arrange a delivery.

If you have a special request for a more extensive tuning with a SW calibration for a turbocharger upgrade, bigger fuel injectors etc, this can most likely be solved. Let me know what you're looking for and I will se what I can get for you and your car.

If you're interested in an upgrade, include the following information in an Email.

Example 1:

Vehicle: Volvo S60 2.5T
Country: Germany
MY: 2006
Gearbox: Aut
Chassis number: *Optional
Turbocharger: Stock
Injectors: Stock
Exhaust: Catback system
Notes: Sport air filter in box

Example 2:

Vehicle: Volvo S60 T5
Country: USA
MY: 2001
Gearbox: Manual
Chassis number: *Optional
Turbocharger: 19T
Injectors: 468cc green Volvo OEM
Exhaust: Complete exhaust system with race cat.
Notes: Front mounted intercooler, AVR external boost controller, adjustable fuel pressure regulator

Example 3:

Vehicle: Volvo S60 D5
Country: Sweden
MY: 2007
Gearbox: Manual
Chassis number: *Optional

Example 4:

Vehicle: Volvo 850R T-5R
Country: Austria
MY: 1996
Gearbox: Manual
Chassis number: *Optional
Turbocharger: Stock
Injectors: Stock
Exhaust: Stock
Notes: K&N sport air filter in box

Write any information that you think might be needed and I will get back to you as soon as possible.

Regards
Janne


Odp: Chiptuning volvo s60 D5
« Odpowiedź #3 dnia: 11 Listopad, 2009, 22:33:16 »
ENGINE & PERFORMANCE

ENGINE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS

BOSCH DIESEL EDC15 & EDC16

Performance upgrade portal
                                WothRline
Many Volvo owners have asked me about tuning SW over the years and I have been forced to turn them down. I can't personally provide tuning SW, but now I can offer help and support to owners who are thinking about an upgrade. If you are thinking about getting your car tuned, I can provide you a portal to help you get a high quality SW with trustworthy performance figures that will fulfil the WothRline philosophy to a competitive cost.
If you are interested in an ECM upgrade for your petrol or diesel engine MY94 or later, then send an Email and I will see what offer I can arrange for you.
Only flash-upgrades (no chip upgrades) either directly in the car or through the flash-PIN in the ECM.

Following vehicles can be tuned:
850 Turbo/T5, T-5R, 850R with Bosch M4.3 MY94-97.
850 AWD with Bosch M4.4 MY96-97.
S/V/C70/V70 XC 2.5T, T5, R, AWD with Bosch M4.4 MY97-98

S/V/C70 2.4T, T5, R AWD with Bosch ME7 MY99-04.

S60/V70/S80/XC70/XC90 2.4T, 2.5T, T5, T6, R with Bosch ME7 MY99-08.

S40/V40 1.9T, 2.0T, T4 with Siemens EMS2000 MY97-03.

S40/V50/C30/C70 T5 with Bosch ME9 MY04-
S40/V50/C30/C70 D5 Bosch EDC16 MY07-

S60/V70/S80/XC70/XC90 2.4D, D5 with Bosch EDC15 MY02-05 and EDC16 MY06-

S60/V70/S80 140hp Automatic with Denso MY01-08 to 170hp.
S40/V50/C30/C70 140hp Automatic with Denso MY04 to 170hp.

In general, expect 7-10% power gain from a HP (high pressure) engine like T5 or D5 with SW upgrade alone and 12.5-20% torque gain.
Examples:
225hp/300Nm 850 T5/Turbo (23HT) will produce 255hp/390Nm with a SW upgrade.
250hp/330Nm S60 T5 (23HT) will produce 265hp/410Nm with a SW upgrade.
260hp/350Nm S60 T5 (24HT) will produce 295hp/430Nm with a SW upgrade.
300hp/400Nm S60R (25RT) will produce 330hp/450Nm with a SW upgrade.
163hp/340Nm S60 D5 (NED) will produce 190hp/410Nm with a SW upgrade.
185hp/400Nm S60 D5 (I5D) will produce 220hp/470Nm with a SW upgrade.

It's possible to reach higher torque figures but that will stress the HW and the sporty characteristics will vanish.

If you think that the figures seems to be on the low side compared to what many tuning companies claim, these are real figures and not just numbers to state the highest figures compared to other tuning companies.

It's sad that tuning companies has to lie in order to get customers. Since people don't want to think before they buy, they just go for the company that states the highest figures...
With the same HW, tuning companies have the same limitations to work with and it can't be that much difference in maximum power.

You will not find performance figures here that's just not possible to achieve in reality and for me it's very important to maintain the durability and deliver a sportier nature.
The S60R/V70R SW upgrade with 7200rpm rev limit and a real top speed of +280km/h will feel nothing like the stock vehicle.
The T5 24HT will reach +275km/h and the performance between 5000rpm and 7000rpm is not what you would expect from a Volvo and together with the low end torque you will also get greater comfort.
Also the older T5 model with smaller turbochargers will end up with a new characteristics with a smoother drive and a great driving pleasure and high end performance.

LP - low pressure engines in general will gain more from a SW upgrade and in most cases gain better over all performance compared to the comparable stock T5 model. For a LP (low pressure) engine like 2.5T or 2.4D you can expect 20% power gain and 20-30% torque gain from a SW upgrade alone and you will get a much more refined nature with greater feel in the higher engine speed range.

Add a catback exhaust and you will get another 10-20hp depending on model and better response, but most importantly, you will lower the temperature impact on the HW and most often also improve fuel consumption. If you'd like to add an exhaust system to your car, I recommend the TME exhaust system and I can provide a direct link to them and help you get a good price. Send me your enquiry and I will contact TME to see if it's possible to arrange a delivery.

If you have a special request for a more extensive tuning with a SW calibration for a turbocharger upgrade, bigger fuel injectors etc, this can most likely be solved. Let me know what you're looking for and I will se what I can get for you and your car.

If you're interested in an upgrade, include the following information in an Email.

Example 1:

Vehicle: Volvo S60 2.5T
Country: Germany
MY: 2006
Gearbox: Aut
Chassis number: *Optional
Turbocharger: Stock
Injectors: Stock
Exhaust: Catback system
Notes: Sport air filter in box

Example 2:

Vehicle: Volvo S60 T5
Country: USA
MY: 2001
Gearbox: Manual
Chassis number: *Optional
Turbocharger: 19T
Injectors: 468cc green Volvo OEM
Exhaust: Complete exhaust system with race cat.
Notes: Front mounted intercooler, AVR external boost controller, adjustable fuel pressure regulator

Example 3:

Vehicle: Volvo S60 D5
Country: Sweden
MY: 2007
Gearbox: Manual
Chassis number: *Optional

Example 4:

Vehicle: Volvo 850R T-5R
Country: Austria
MY: 1996
Gearbox: Manual
Chassis number: *Optional
Turbocharger: Stock
Injectors: Stock
Exhaust: Stock
Notes: K&N sport air filter in box

Write any information that you think might be needed and I will get back to you as soon as possible.

Regards
Janne



Kolega pytał gdzie się udać a nie , które mogą być tuningowane...

Jakoś tak nie wiem jak rozumiec Twój post.
Podjedzie do nich to mu wytłumaczą co i jak.

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Odp: Chiptuning volvo s60 D5
« Odpowiedź #4 dnia: 11 Listopad, 2009, 22:55:39 »
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Witam wszystkich serdecznie!
Obecnie posiadam volvo s60 d5 163 konie. Zastanawiam się nad zwiększeniem tej mocy.
Co o tym sądzicie, czy warto

dorzucilem odrobine wiedzy od pana ktory pracowal 20 lat w volvo i z tego 14 lat przy konstrukcji silnikow i podzespolow napedowych. wiec mozna sobie wyciagnac pare wnioskow czy warto czy nie warto.

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V-tech masz w lodzi w łowiczu, wybieraj ten z hamownią podwoziową

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Jakoś tak nie wiem jak rozumiec Twój post.
Podjedzie do nich to mu wytłumaczą co i jak

http://www.racingforum.pl/index.php?showtopic=15630&st=80

poczytaj sobie o tjuningu volvo

Odp: Chiptuning volvo s60 D5
« Odpowiedź #5 dnia: 12 Listopad, 2009, 14:00:23 »
Koszt zrobienia tego dobrze w dobrej firmie to w przybliżeniu około 2000zł??
Wartość około 195koni jest bezpieczną wartością prawda?
Z tego co kolega polecil to widze Vtech, a jest chyba też taka firma jak JKRacing?
Co o nich myślicie, jakieś opinie:)?

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Odp: Chiptuning volvo s60 D5
« Odpowiedź #6 dnia: 12 Listopad, 2009, 20:24:09 »
modyfikacje ECU zrobil bym szukajac patnera firm:

http://www.samsteffansson.se/samindex.html
http://www.heicosportiv.de/mainframe.asp?lang=de&e1=144

graty do tuningu mechanicznego:

 powyzszy samsteffanson lub
http://www.stenparnermotor.se/

uklady wydechowe:

http://www.simons.se/

Odp: Chiptuning volvo s60 D5
« Odpowiedź #7 dnia: 26 Lipiec, 2018, 11:06:36 »
Fachowe modyfikacje robi funwarechiptuning.pl, bez celowego oszukiwania silnika. Idziesz i masz szacowane zużycie podzespołów po tuningu, doradztwo, hamowania do dyspozycji. Sporo możliwości. Zależy, czego potrzebujesz. Mam przerobione dwa samochody. Z silnikiem nic się nie dzieje, czego się na początku najbardziej obawiałem. Normalna jazda, tylko z większą mocą. Ceny niewielkie, jak za taki wzrost. Podejrzewam, że nawet przy ewentualnej sprzedaży pojazdu chiptuning spokojnie się zwraca.