Plug and Drive NitroOBD2 Performance Chip Tuning Box for Diesel Cars
1.35% More power, 25% More torque
It works based OBD2 protocols as remaping the Car's computer ECU. After driving 200 km road total, NitroOBD2 adjusts itself to the car, according to the drivers' habits and always keeps remaping the ECU to increase the performance of engine.
What does NitroOBD2 make?
According to your driving habits, NitroOBD2 makes new map in the car's computer ECU to increase the performance of your car. As you driving much more KM/Mile, it renews the map. Thus it keeps the vehicle's power and torque increasing.
What is NitroOBD2 Chip Tuning Box?
NitroOBD2 is a Chip Tuning Box which can be plugged into OBD2 connector of your car to increase the performance of your car.
NitroOBD2 Chip Tuning Box finds out the hidden power of your car.
NitroOBD2 Chip Tuning Box is very easy to use
Plug NitroOBD2 into OBD2 connector of your car. And turn the ignition on for 30 seconds. And Turn the engine on. NitroOBD2 settings are optimal and the best for your car. Even the parameters are different for each vehicle, there might not be a need to make an additional adjustment. NitroOBD2 will recognize your vehicle and your driving habits after around 200 km/150 miles driving, and then NitroOBD2 adjusts itself to match your car perfectly.
NitroOBD2 Chip Tuning Box works on the basis of changing the signal form ECU. As a consequence, it changes the whole injection map.
The main difference between NitroOBD2 Chip Tuning Box and Remapping tuning methods is that NitroOBD2 Chip Tuning Box is easily removable, and after unplug you go back to the factory settings. EcoOBD2 is the cheap and safe type of tuning. Remapping is a permanent change to your car. This is the expensive tuning and you cannot remove it.
NitroOBD2 Chip Tuning Box Installation and Calibration
1. Pull the Car Key out from the ignition.
Does your car have OBD2 connector?
On-Board Diagnostics, or "OBD," is a computer-based system built into all 1996 and later light-duty vehicles and trucks, as required by the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990.
OBD2 necessarily for cars:
- Sold after January 1, 1996 in the USA
Where located OBD2 connector in your car?
1 Driver's side, underneath dasboard, in the area under the steering column,
Certificates : CE / FCC / RoHS
1pc x NitroOBD2 Chip Tuning Box Interface