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Chip Tuning by Bull Power

Dyno run standard chip setup

2nd Dyno run with new chip setup

K&N 57i Induction kit

Great service at Bull Power. They don't just upload a new tuned Citybug chip setup in the computer they Dyno every car first then use those specs as a base for a new setup. When that's done they Dyno your car again. This way you can really see what the changes are and you don't get a generic Citybug Chiptuned Graph like others do. The whole operation takes about 2 hours.

Just been driving for a bit and first reaction is that the car has a bit more power, you need less revs then before to drive a certain speed. It drives a bit more comfortable. You will notice it but don't expect miracles. Let me drive for a few more days to give you a better impression. Will update this post soon.

Costs 398 euro,
Coffee and allot of car talk included (this guy likes his job and takes his time to explain everything you want to know).

- Standard 107 1.0
68BHP @ 6000RPM - 93Nm @ 3600RPM

- Standard 107 1.0 on this Dyno
(different car but you have an idea what the difference is)

75.8BHP @ 5974RPM - 105Nm @ 3608RPM

- Dyno with Standard Chip setup & K&N Induction kit & Sport Exhaust (backbox)
79.4BHP @ 5946RPM - 108Nm @ 2691RPM

- Dyno with Bullpower Chip Tuning & K&N Induction kit & Sport Exhaust
87.3BHP @ 5937RPM - 118Nm @ 4483RPM

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14 Comments:

  1. Venomous said...
    Really looking forward to the results.
    Anonymous said...
    Hi,

    any changes on fuel consumption?
    Guido said...
    Don't know yet. I will post that info as soon as I have driven some KM.
    Venomous said...
    I don't get it.
    So, the K&n filter on a stock 107 = 4 hp? And the Chip tuning gives 8 hp?
    How is a 75 hp 107 stock? It already has 7 hp over the standard hp.
    mammut said...
    hi,

    you hawe only bakc box ?? or MANIFOLDS + ceneterpipe + back box ??
    it was chiptuning OEM ECU use OBD2 ??
    how fast is now ?? 80-120 on 3th ??
    mammut said...
    hi,

    you hawe only bakc box ?? or MANIFOLDS + ceneterpipe + back box ??
    it was chiptuning OEM ECU use OBD2 ??
    how fast is now ?? 80-120 on 3th ??
    Anonymous said...
    hi,

    you hawe only backbox ?? or manifloid + centerpipe + backbox ??

    it was OEM ECU chiptuning use OBD2 ??

    how fast is it now ?? 80-120 on 3th ??
    Guido said...
    Only backbox

    Not sure what you mean OEM ECU / OBD2

    I haven't measured time, sorry
    palmero-aygo said...
    buenas cuanta potencia puede sacarse ,sin nesesidad de sistema de turbo a un motor de 1.0 c.c?gracias
    Guido said...
    Sorry I don't understand Spanish.
    Can you sk your question in English please.
    Anonymous said...
    Hi,

    Any changes on fuel consumption?
    Guido said...
    couple of 10th lower but not that much.
    Armando said...
    I read about your chiptune article and I was curious if you seen the ZipTune website in the Netherlands: http://www.ziptuning.nl/chiptuning/Toyota-Aygo-1.0-VVT-i-68pk.html they say they have a special chiptune software version that gives a standard Aygo/107/C1 to 85HP. If you add your own air filter and exhaust modifications with that, you'll have around 96 to 95HP. Do you think this is a good option?
    Guido said...
    Sorry but I don't trust Ziptune.
    Go to De Ringsleutel, good guy and they will actually put you on the dyno before and after to show the performance gain.

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