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260 PS Package – 2.0L TFSI MK5 GTI

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This tuning package will get you up to 260 PS and 390 Nm of torque. Below is our list of recommended software and hardware to achieve this.
  • REVO Stage 1 Software  upto 260PS & 390 Nm of torque.
  • Revo Stage 1 DSG software for DSG cars.
  • REVO Replacement Air filter element or Revo intake system
  • Exhaust system from catalyst back
  • Latest DV from MK7 Golf recommended
  • Latest revision PCV recommended
  • Healthy FSi fuel system
  • NOTE: Power is dependant on Fuel Quality, Performance Settings and Conditions.

Our package consists of optimisation of engine management software, performance air filter and Milltek Sport exhaust system. The Milltek exhaust is available in a number of options. Adding a sports exhaust system will not only give a pleasant soundtrack but also enable the engine to breath more easily adding to it’s efficiency and producing more power and torque.

Stage 1 software details for your 2.0 TFSI – Turbo K03 (197 bhp)
Stage 1 software is a must have for any 2.0TFSI. With power and torque increases throughout the entire rev range and very smooth power delivery, Revo Software gives the 2.0TFSI engine the performance it should have had when originally released.

Driving a Stage 1 2.0TFSI really puts into perspective how much potential the standard car has, the Revo’d car revs with much greater urgency, using full throttle there’s a push in the back from the new found torque. Power delivery is smooth and progressive; this car eats the road up in a way you wouldn’t expect yet is just as comfortable popping to the shops and driving around town. Performance increases are significant, but drivability isn’t lost.