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Mercedes E350cdi Coupe for tuning

Discussion in 'Tuning, Styling and Performance.' started by GAD Tuning North, Sep 9, 2019.

  1. GAD Tuning North

    GAD Tuning North Senior Member Authorised Forum Supporter

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    This Mercedes E350 cdi was in today for tuning.

    the older 350cdi engines (231bhp) run Bosch cp10 ECU which still needs removal and tuning on the bench.

    stock power 231bhp & 540nm
    GAD power 300bhp & 720nm

    gains of +69bhp +180nm!!!

    EGR valve closed
    Speed limter removed
    massive torque gain
    gearbox reset ⚙️

    much better performance and great feedback from customer.

    0% finance on our tuning packages!

    For all enquiries, contact us;
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  2. SmartAmg

    SmartAmg Senior Member

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    Great gains. :)
    Nice motor. :D
     
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  3. myromeo

    myromeo Member

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    Nice gains, what torque!

    may I ask, what are the benefits of the EGR delete on the 350 CDI?
     
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    GAD Tuning North

    GAD Tuning North Senior Member Authorised Forum Supporter

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    Yes so the EGR is a Exhaust Gas Re-circulation valve which diverts some exhaust gas back in to the inlet.

    ideally you want cool air in the inlet, the cooler & more oxygen rich the air the better the engine runs.

    by recirculating hot exhaust gas, the inlet receives already combusted air with less oxygen and plenty of carbon.

    as a consequence you also get carbob build up in the EGR valve and inlet.

    speaking from my own experience I have owned a C350cdi & E350cdi both with less than 60,000 miles on which I had a carbon clean and there was a considerable build up.


    so by closing the valve the car runs much better overall.


    kind regards


    Nass

    GAD Tuning North
     
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  5. dry run

    dry run Senior Member

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    Pardon my ignorance, but what then is the point of the EGR if the car runs better without it?
     
  6. V6Matty

    V6Matty Senior Member

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    Emissions control, nothing more
     
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  7. Blobcat

    Blobcat Moderator

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    Exactly the same as AdBlue - car will run perfectly without it, but you'll be hung if the system isn't working...
     
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    or is found to be not working......

    Nice car, just like mine (except a diesel)
    Am still thinking about a remap :rolleyes:
     
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    dry run Senior Member

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    God missed a trick. He should have made us so that if we farted 50% should be fed back into our lungs to reduce emissions and remind us of the sin we havew commited :)
     
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  10. Wighty

    Wighty Senior Member

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    The people that are around you are the ones that inhale and therefore recycle your gases :eek::rolleyes: . Thank them for their environmental assistance :D
     
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    Is it right that disabling the EGR causes the engine to take a little longer to reach running temperature? I use my 350 for a lot of short journeys so this would be bad
     
  12. LostKiwi

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    NOx reduction.
    NOx is one of the more harmful emissions from both diesel and (to a lesser extent) petrol engines.
     
  13. Jimbo1959

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    Does by passing the EGR valve mean the car will no longer pass an MOT?


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    If found to have been bypassed then yes, it would fail. If however it’s just via the current smoke/Co2 test then most cars will still happily pass without it closed, my previous 211 had 4 mots with a map, egr delete and Cat removal, it never came close to failing the test.
     
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    Yes it would take a little longer and it’s a factor that you have to take into consideration, however, if your mainly doing short journeys then diesel with and egr/DPF is always going to have issues, they weren’t designed to do short trips. I don’t have that issue as 90% of my journeys were well over and hour in any direction.
     
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    I thought that the 231BHP engine could now be remapped through the OBD2 port?

    In fact I'm sure I've got an e-mail or pm reply to that effect, but I'm damned if I can find it at the moment.

    Some clarification would be appreciated please.
     
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  17. alexanderfoti

    alexanderfoti MBO Forum Supporter Authorised Forum Supporter

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    No CP10 is still bench read, which isnt necessarily a bad thing. Allows us to perform a full backup rather than virtual read which can be very usefull.
     
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  18. GAD Tuning LTD

    GAD Tuning LTD Forum Supporter Authorised Forum Supporter

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    Not strictly true buddy SOME can be done via OBD but not all SW versions are supported! With CP46 and above you can either VR or ACTUAL read.

    Many thanks
     
  19. alexanderfoti

    alexanderfoti MBO Forum Supporter Authorised Forum Supporter

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    True, but we just bench them all. Better to have full read if it's 50/50 after we ID. Potato/tomato :p
     
  20. Jimbo1959

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    I'm not trying to be cheeky here all you Authorised Forum Supporters but is there any chance you could speak English instead of all the "in the club" stuff, :rolleyes: it's like trying to understand a couple of Masons having one of their conversations. :D:D:D

    If you could explain it so that we mere, potential customers, might understand what you're on about, it would be very helpful. Ta!

    No insults implied or intended I only want edu-macated gents. ;)
     

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