HP Tuners launch Golf Tuning Tools

Over powered an over here, HP Tuners rolls out new Golf hard and software!

As one of the aftermarket's largest and most influential providers of ECU calibration solutions, HP Tuners is well know for offering complete and cost-effective tuning and data acquisition products for enthusiasts and professional workshops. Perhaps known best for their abaility to make Yank metal sing, they've recently focussed their talents on the world's favourite hot-hatch; The Golf!

Need more of this in your life? HP Tuners have got your back

Need more of this in your life? HP Tuners have got your back

The latest vehicles to benefit from digital enhancement through the company's powerful MPVI2 hardware interface are models powered by Volkswagen Group's popular and multi-award-winning 2.0-litre TFSI/TSI turbocharged four-cylinder powertrains. This exciting new application from HP Tuners specifically applies to the following vehicles equipped with EA113 and later EA888 engines, as well as their powerful Bosch or Siemens/Continental ECUs:

The world's best all round car? After this? Quite possibly...

The world's best all round car? After this? Quite possibly...

Models Covered

* Mk5 VW Golf GTI produced from 2004 to 2009

* Mk6 VW Golf GTI and Golf R produced from 2009 to 2012

* Mk7 VW Golf GTI and Golf R produced from 2013 to 2019

* Mk2 and Mk3 Audi A3 produced from 2004 to 2015

* Mk2 and Mk3 Audi S3 produced from 2006 to 2019

Perfect two car garage, we reckon...

Perfect two car garage, we reckon...

In addition, this release supports selected electronic control modules for Volkswagen Group's DQ250 Direct Shift Gearbox (DSG) dual clutch, six-speed transmission, which has been a popular option on these vehicles.

More power, more mapping control.

More power, more mapping control.

In specifying the HP Tuners MPVI2 package for the Volkswagen Group's 2.0-litre TFSI/TSI powertrain, operators are able to read, edit and flash the ECU with no need to modify or exchange the engine and transmission control modules. As this powertrain becomes increasingly popular within the aftermarket, it is helpful to know that this new software is capable of optimising far more than the original hardware. In fact, with the HP Tuners MPVI2, the world of aftermarket tuning is at your disposal.

Mate, turn around! Lights about to drop!

Mate, turn around! Lights about to drop!

The powerful MPVI2 dongle is the latest generation of OBD-II port hardware from HP Tuners. It sets the industry standard in providing the fastest ECU reading and writing times, while the system's VCM Suite software is intuitive to use and offers higher data integrity and reliability than any other commercial package.

Map anywhere. With the HP Tuners set-up, you can finesse your map at will.

Map anywhere. With the HP Tuners set-up, you can finesse your map at will.

While the MPVI2 dongle is the physical interface between car and tuner, the VCM Suite provides the comprehensive scanning, diagnostic, logging and calibration software. The suite consists of two specific tools: VCM Editor is the programme that allows operators to adjust every possible engine parameter, while VCM Scanner is the feature-rich programme that allows operators to view, chart and log diagnostic data in real-time through the OBD-II port.

Smokescreen ideal for leaving events undetected...

Smokescreen ideal for leaving events undetected...

HP Tuners offers more than world-leading ECU tuning. Its data acquisition technology has also been adapted into software that allows you to bring track action to life by laying telemetry data into on-board video footage. Click to the site to learn more about the Track Addict smartphone application, and more comprehensive Race Render programme for PC and Mac users.

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