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The RAPID is a "plug'n'play" add on module for most recent turbo diesel engine with electronic management of the fuel system.
 

The Rapid module enhances torque and power respecting anti pollution laws and optimises fuel consumption.
 

 RAPID increases performance up to 25%. By means of a switch on dashboard it is possible to swap between original and modified power.
The installation is easy and quick and it does not need interventions neither to mechanical nor to electronic parts; it is supplied with original connectors for most vehicles.

We normally use these units on vehicles that cannot have there original ECU re-map'd

Example

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Mitsubishi L200 Pick Up >01 +35 BHP

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Ford Ranger Pick Up +40 bhp

 

Prices from £350

The units come with a 3 year warranty.
 

Contact us for more information and pricing on your vehicle

 

What Is The Power Plug?
The Power plug simply plugs into the vehicles standard ECU to unleash your vehicles full potential.
The Power plug is a highly developed, re-programmable piggyback microcomputer which works in conjunction with the Engine Management System ( EMS) which is fitted to most of the new vehicles available on our market today.
The ability of the Power Plug to “Plug ‘n play” has become one of the catchphrases of modern day tuning, and has made it easier than ever before to optimise the performance of modern cars without affecting any of the electronic safety parameters built into the engine’s electronic control unit (ECU) by manufacturers.
Every Power Plug application is individually optimised on the
Dyno, to give smooth reliable power.
With the Power Plug, all the changes occur within this unit and are electrically communicated to your vehicle’s engine control system. No changes are made within the OEM computer, and thus all the engine safety parameters as set by the manufacturer remain in place.

 

 

 

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Last modified: 10/02/09