Posts Tagged ‘pogea racing tuning’

Pogea Racing Audi A7

Thursday, February 17th, 2011:

German tuning firm Pogea Racing has announced a performance kit for the Audi A7 called the Seven Sins. Focusing mainly under the hood, Pogea Racing tuned the ECU to optimize the power from both the 3.0 TDI and 3.0 TFSI engines found in the Audi. For the 3.0-liter TDI Multitronic, the engineers were able to improve the figures to 251 PS and 468 Nm of torque. Now the TDI S-Tronic model was increased to 289 PS and 555 Nm of torque, while the supercharged 3.0 TFSI boosts 345 PS and 495 Nm of torque. Next, the tuning company removed the electronic V-max top speed limiter on the Audi A7, and the price for these modifications is pretty reasonable at €1799.

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Pogea Racing Fiat 500 Ferrari

Saturday, July 3rd, 2010:

Pogea Racing Fiat 500 Ferrari

The team at Pogea Racing released an amazing tuning package for the Fiat 500 Abarth 595 Ferrari last week. With the car performance and styling in mind, this special Fiat 500 Tributo Ferrari is much more powerful than the factory model that produces 180 hp. To increase the numbers, the tuners had to installed a new ECU, high performance stainless steel exhaust system, add a new downpipe, catalytic converter, and a custom turbocharger available in two versions for the Fiat 500. So what was the end result of this performance tuning?

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