EQT Staged ECU Tune - Porsche Macan S/GTS 3.0TT (95B)
The Porsche Macan comes with an incredibly sophisticated ECU from the factory, and working with these units requires an intimate knowledge of engine dynamics and software engineering to be able to properly understand and modify the functionality.
EQT has decades of experience in both fields which allows us to bring you quality tunes and reliability. Our offerings for the Macan are no exception.
Using Cobb's ProTuner software, we have been developing and refining our own set of staged tunes or "OTS tunes" for your Porsche to be used with the Cobb AccessPort.
Hours of in house dyno testing, drivability road testing, and track torture testing went into the development of our calibrations. So you can be sure your car will perform optimally while retaining excellent drivability characteristics and a healthy margin of safety built into every tune.
When ordering, please select from the options listed for fuel quality, modifications, and special features you would like to be included in your tune. Please note that these maps are meant for the more basic Stage 1 and Stage 2 cars. If your car is more heavily modified and does not fall into the options available, we also offer custom e-tuning for just about any modification and fuel type available.
This is a question asked all too frequently, and while we’d love to give you a specific number, there are many variables involved that can affect dyno results. Even taking the car’s modifications out of the equation, there are other variables such as weather, elevation, fuel quality, dyno type, dyno fan setup, etc. that come into play. With that being said, these are ranges that most vehicles will see, given standard modifications and reasonable conditions:
- Stage 1 91oct: 401chp (+51chp) & 553ctq (+178lb-ft)
Please note that these results were acquired on our Mustang dyno in and close to optimal conditions. Dyno numbers can vary greatly depending on dyno type and conditions.
- 2015-2018 Porsche Macan S/GTS (3.0T)
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