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Chip Tuning Maserati Grecale

Chip Tuning Maserati Grecale

06 / January 2024
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The new SUV is named Grecale. Usually, we don't delve into dimensions, but today we'll make an exception, recalling the measurements of this sporty model: it is 485 cm long, 198 cm wide, and 166 cm tall. It uses a variant of the "Giorgio" platform (also used by the Alfa Romeo Stelvio but without common components), features vertically developed headlights, and lines reminiscent of the MC20.
Remove the Particulate Filter - XPF Emulator

Remove the Particulate Filter - XPF Emulator

26 / December 2023
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The XPF Emulator operates by connecting to the car's stock exhaust system sensors through a dedicated wiring harness. This ingenious emulator sends precise reference signals to the electronic control unit (ECU), simulating the perfect operation of the particulate filter itself.
How to tune Automotive Engine

How to tune Automotive Engine

01 / December 2023
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When it comes to tuning cars, practices aimed at increasing torque and, consequently, engine power, whether fuelled by diesel or gasoline, are often discussed in a very general manner without specifying the main aspects to consider. In this article, we will try to shed light on the most important aspects (or at least the main ones) that can be addressed to enhance the performance of an automotive engine.
Common-rail Diesel, the most widely used injection system by all manufacturers

Common-rail Diesel, the most widely used injection system by all manufacturers

15 / November 2023
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In the '90s, there were a series of innovations regarding diesel injection systems. We transitioned from purely mechanical rotary injection pumps to electronically controlled rotary injection pumps (similarly for less common inline pumps). Then came radial piston injection pumps with a complex electronic control system based on CAN, PDE injection systems (pump-injector elements), and towards the end of that decade, common rail systems became wide
OBD2 Chip Tuning, works?

OBD2 Chip Tuning, works?

14 / November 2023
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The OBD-II port was originally designed for vehicle diagnostics, providing a standardized interface. This port allows the diagnosis of various control systems, including those related to the engine and emissions. The CAN is the communication protocol enabling digital devices, such as the ECU (Engine Control Unit), the instrument cluster, and other components, to exchange data on a "DATA BUS."
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