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News on the Facebook timeline about the Mcchip-DKR team. The following Photos we discovered on the social media channel of the tuner and need it she just show you guys. You can see a tuned Renault Megane RS 2.0 Turbo Trophy. However, the company has not really posted many details so far, so we have to "guess" something about the changes to the car. What we were able to find out and have recognized ourselves, we provide you with a small summary below. Should you discover any further changes, we would be happy if you let us know in the "comment box", we will of course include them in the post.
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(Photos: Mcchip-DKR Software Performance)
These are the details we know:
- unknown lowering (sports springs?)
- possibly a sports exhaust system (info is still pending)
- Performance increase of 265PS & 350Nm by means of software adaptation to 300PS & 431Nm
- Working hours about 3-4 hours
Update from "23.09.2015/XNUMX/XNUMX"
There is new information about an increase in performance on a Renault Megane Trophy RS 2.0 Turbo which we can of course not withhold from you. Have fun with the new pictures & technical data!
- Serial output from 265PS & 360Nm increased to 315PS & 407Nm through software adaptation & downpipe
- 4-6 hours for optimization
again in white and with 313PS & 402NM
And once again a Renault Megane 2.0 Turbo RS Trophy R was on site with the measured 273PS / 360NM already at the factory quite well in the feed. Through the Mcchip-DKR software, the Renault now achieved whopping 313 PS and 402 NM torque. The tuner indicates to play the software including power measurement before and after tuning about 4 hours to need.
Maybe there will be an update with information and pictures soon. If this is the case, we will of course also put it online and inform you about it.
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