The ModuleMap uses European race technology to access the full potential of a vehicle.
The ModuleMap is an ultra fast and powerful ECU programming tool that allows the factory settings of a vehicle to be calibrated and optimised.
The adjustable settings of Torqit’s ModuleMap are based on the factory parameters of the vehicle and then enhanced to suit each vehicle platform. The increase in power and torque is instantly noticed, assisting anyone towing a caravan, boat or trailer.
The versatile device allows the user to store three map tunes. Also included is the standard tune of the vehicle so that it can be returned to stock or optimized for increased performance at any time. The power is in your hands.
Vehicle tuning software with a simple setup
ModuleMap allows your vehicle to be remapped without taking it to a store.
This easy-to-use unit can be fitted by any individual with a computer or laptop with a USB port. It is live tuned by qualified vehicle software technicians with over 40 years experience in the EFI performance tuning industry. This unique feature allows the ModuleMap to be customized to aftermarket modifications such as exhaust, tyres, snorkel and much more. The vehicle tuning software used has the capabilities to cause peak power to come on earlier or later. After tuning your vehicle with a Torqit ModuleMap, you can expect a significant increase in power, torque and overall performance.Shop now
Battery charger included
Also included in the ModuleMap package is a complete trickle battery charger.
This provides automatic voltage stabilisation and current limit charging. When using the ModuleMap on your vehicle, it is important that your Torqit charger is connected. The Torqit charger can provide stable 12 volt power and is ideal for charging caravans, boats and Jetskis.Shop now
The ModuleMap is ideal for anyone looking for optimum performance from their vehicle.
Injection Quantity: Injection quantity is the amount of fuel delivered to an engine cylinder per power stroke. By adjusting the amount of fuel being delivered to an engine cylinder the ModuleMap can increase gas and boost pressure.
Injector Phase: Adjusts the injector cycle to be completed at the exact moment the intake valve starts to open. Fuel begins to evaporate before being sucked into the cylinder. This improves fuel economy and creates more power without raw fuel going into the exhaust.
Rail Pressure: The fuel rail sensor is designed to monitor the fuel pressure that is present at the fuel rail. Ensuring accurate and consistent fuel pressure is critical for maximum and consistent performance.This parameter can be adjusted to optimise atomisation.
Power Limiters: These limiters can be raised or removed using the ModuleMap, this provides increased performance.
Air Fuel Ratio: ModuleMap allows the air to fuel ratio to be adjusted and optimised to safely match the desired boost level, creating more output than the original ratio.
Turbo Boost Pressure: A closed loop calculation that defines the turbo boost and ratio of air going into the vehicle. This parameter can be mapped and precisely controlled.
Injection Timing: Allows more or less fuel to be added and burned. Together with the rail pressure these are the mechanisms used to control how much fuel is being provided to the cylinder’s time frame.
Smoke Limiter Maps: This parameter restricts the amount of fuel injected to control incomplete combustion, reducing black smoke and soot that would be caused. ModuleMap can disable/control this feature.
Fuel Load Increase & Decrease: Adjusts the quantity of fuel to be added from the air/fuel mixture in situations where load is either increasing or decreasing, as opposed to a steady state or constant load situation.
- 5 year product warranty
- Vehicle-specific software
- Remapped files can be added or removed easily
- Live tuned by qualified vehicle software technicians
- Two optimum tunes for everyday driving and heavy towing
- Utilises all factory plugs, no cutting or rewiring required
ECU remapping vs. ModuleMap
In principle, a remap and ModuleMap offer a very similar solution. Both alter the parameters within the ECU to optimise the vehicle’s performance. However, there are also significant differences between them.
This term is often talked about in the remapping industry. What it refers to are workshops that offer a remap but push the limits on every parameter, raising the risk of negatively impacting the vehicle. The ModuleMap is live tuned by highly qualified vehicle software technicians that ensure the software provided will give you a safe and reliable increase in performance.
Unlike a remap, the ModuleMap can be completed in the comfort of your home (as long as you have a laptop or computer) in under 30 minutes. That means that you don’t have to be left without your vehicle for a day or more. To install the unit, simply plug the ModuleMap into your vehicles OBDII port, and follow all on-screen prompts. The ModuleMap will prompt you through every stage of the reading and writing stages to successfully remap your vehicle.
With a ModuleMap unit, a user has three options to choose from. This means you have greater flexibility with how you use your vehicle. Every ModuleMap comes with 3 files; Standard which is a copy of your vehicles’ original ECU. You also have the choice of two increased performance settings. Cruise, which is ideal for everyday driving and Sport, that can be used for extra power and torque when towing. With a remap, only one tune is provided.
Return to Standard
Unlike a remap, the ModuleMap can be removed, adjusted, or simply turned off. A remap is a permanent install, there is no way to return your vehicle back to standard. The ModuelMap gives you the ability to return your vehicle to standard at any time you like.