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Fine tuning by Monster Tune

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A brand new development:

 

Mercedes C200 W205 Monster Tuned:

 

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At the wheels:

 

Base: 166WHP & 278NM

Monster Tune: 204WHP & 336NM (38WHP & 58NM gains at the wheels)

 

At the crank (est.):

 

Base: 221HP & 369NM

Monster Tune: 272HP & 446NM (51HP & 77NM gains at the crank est.)

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Hi can pm me the price for tuning fir cla 180.

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Hey, me too pls PM for C180 7gtronic cost thanks!

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Hi guys

 

after tuning, do you guys use petrol 98 or can continue to use petrol 95 ?  Any knocking if on petrol 95 ?

 

Asking because 98 is so expensive nowadays.

 

Thanks

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Hi,

Tuning for ron95 is definitely possible. However, most who tuned to Ron98 do see better mileage running on ron98 as compared to their previous choice of running on ron95 (when car was stock). Some customers have given us feedback that the mileage gained worked out to be more economical as compared to what they used to pay when running on ron95. However, please note that this isn't something we guarantee but rather, it's based on actual feedback by most customers.

Hi guys

 

after tuning, do you guys use petrol 98 or can continue to use petrol 95 ?  Any knocking if on petrol 95 ?

 

Asking because 98 is so expensive nowadays.

 

Thanks

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Hi, able to pm me the cost for c200 w204?

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Hi able to pm price for tuning e250

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Can quote for A200? Is it a piggyback to ECU remap? Downtime?

 

Thank you!

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Pls quote for W205 C180. Appreciate if you can show the gains over stock. And how possible to go undetected in terms of factory warranty. Thanks in advance.

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PM sent! If we missed any, kindly text us directly 97846614 / 83331487

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Mercedes A250 Monster Tuned:

 

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At the wheels:

 

Base: 155WHP & 229NM

Monster Tune: 218WHP & 374NM (63WHP & 145NM gains at the wheels)

 

At the crank (est.):

 

Base: 206HP & 304NM

Monster Tune: 290HP & 497NM (84HP & 193NM gains at the crank est.)

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wow 84HP & 193NM gains!

pls pm price for A250.

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wow 84HP & 193NM gains!

pls pm price for A250.

 

 Pm dropped. Thanks!

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hi pls pm quote for e250 coupe

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My question is:

Is there difference in achieve able horsepower and torque between '200' & '250' after tune for both the M270 & M274 power plant as there are no difference in hardware before tune?

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Have a burning question, perhaps our expert here could advise on piggy back.

Since there is no alternation to the ECU, will the gains from the piggy back be temporary?

Perhaps good for 10K to 20K Km, then the ECU will learn that the signal is false and will revert back to stock.

 

Many thanks

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Have a burning question, perhaps our expert here could advise on piggy back.

Since there is no alternation to the ECU, will the gains from the piggy back be temporary?

Perhaps good for 10K to 20K Km, then the ECU will learn that the signal is false and will revert back to stock.

 

Many thanks

No. That will not happen as the piggyback works on the principle of altering the incoming signals (in voltage)into the ECU to fool it of lower value such that the output signal from ECU to engine will be stronger dose of boost, fuel and ignition timing to create higher horse power and torque. However, this method has limited effect due to the range of incoming fixed signal alteration and no alteration to fuel and ignition maps of ECU as a whole.

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Thanks for the reply.

I always have this worry that the ECU would "adapt" to whatever signal that is coming in and it would render the piggyback useless, unless there is a feedback loop in the piggy back that "sense" if the ECU is adapting and would alter the parameters accordingly.

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What's going on with the dyno graphs? How come the powerband is so shaky?

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