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 Power Module

 Created by: Alafebre
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May 16, 2017 08:03AM kenatminimania  
May 15, 2017 06:03PM Alafebre  
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 Posted: May 16, 2017 08:03AM
Total posts: 1113
Last post: Oct 17, 2017
Member since:Dec 29, 2004
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Originally Posted by Alafebre
Hi guys, 
Need some advice about what should i do. I have a F56 2015 and looking at the Power Module ECU in here and thinking about getting it to add some HP to the ride. Do you guys recommend to upgrade the intercooler ? do i need to give the engine much more cooler air with the Power Module ??

Also does anyone knows if the H&R lower springs for the 2011 R56 will fit the 2015 F56 ??? 

Thanks, 
Andres
Great question about the intercooler.  Reducing intake temperatures is always a good thing, especially if you live in a warmer climate area.

It is also very appropriate if you install the power module since the Power Module increases boost, which will elevate the intake temperatures.  The intercooler upgrade may not be 'necessary' - but it will reduce long term stresses on the engine from increased combustion temperatures, not to mention retaining horsepower that you would normally lose from the elevated intake temperatures.  Cooler intake charge packs more O2 molecules which means stronger combustion.  The net result is more hp to the wheels!

Springs from the R56 are not appropriate for the F56.

Cheers,
Ken

 Posted: May 15, 2017 06:03PM
Total posts: 1
Last post: May 15, 2017
Member since:May 15, 2017
Hi guys, 
Need some advice about what should i do. I have a F56 2015 and looking at the Power Module ECU in here and thinking about getting it to add some HP to the ride. Do you guys recommend to upgrade the intercooler ? do i need to give the engine much more cooler air with the Power Module ??

Also does anyone knows if the H&R lower springs for the 2011 R56 will fit the 2015 F56 ??? 

Thanks, 
Andres