Performance modification

Performance modification

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Performance modification

Performance modification

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Performance modification

Performance modification

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Performance modification

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Performance modification

Performance modification

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Performance modification

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Performance modification

Performance modification

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About the Company

Agroecopower has been in business since 1999, when it began to gain a reputation in the market for passenger cars called Xtuning. The first customers were owners of Volkswagen passenger cars, for which the company repaired the software of the control unit. In order to provide these cars with better performance, the company developed its own software, and modifications gradually expanded to other brands.

 

Since 2004, the company became engaged in software modification even for trucks, and since 2007 the company decide put its all efforts into modification self-propelled agricultural machinery. Performance can be increased in combine harvesters, forage harvesters, manipulators, and self-propelled sprayers, but the company is mostly engaged in enhancing performance for tractors. Virtually all commercially available tractors in Central Europe can be modify using the software developed by Agroecopower.

The company currently operates in the Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary, Slovak Republic, Romania, Russia, Ukraine, and France.

 

And what do our satisfied customers say?          

 

Kent from Strawberry Point, IA Case IH STX500

"This last night we did some figuring in fuel savings alone it will pay for the tune in about 250 hours. That does not include less man-hours per acre and more acres covered per hour. Nice product very well done."

 

Darrell from Mattoon, IL John Deere 8235R

"Now I use 2 gallons per hour less and can go even in those spots where water stood without slowing down. I am impressed."

 

 

Steve from York, NE  Peterbilt 386-CAT C15 engine

"Man, I really watched my fuel consuption gauge and I moved from 5.0 to 6,4 MPG."

 

 

 

 

  

Saving fuel and time while working is important, isn´t it? We can help you to do both by optimizing software in your tractor, sprayer, chopper or combine.

 

How? Software modification optimally adjust injection parameters, air fuel ratio, fuel amount and mainly torque limiter. Using such software modification can increase power performance by 5-30% and torque by 5-25%. Also the torque curve has better performance in the low to mid speed range.

 

What does it mean in the real world? Because the torque is now higher in lower RPM you can operate your machine a couple gears higher at lower RPM safely. Lower RPM= less fuel burnt. More torque also means you can run your machine in steep hills and RPM´s do not drop dramatically.  

 

Why manufacturers don´t do it? Well, they do and they make you pay for it big bucks…Let´s look at John Deere 8R/8RT line. They share 9,0 litre PSS engine across the range with same clutch and transmission. It starts with 8245R which has 245 HP and end ends with 8370R with 407 HP. The only difference in the engine department is the software in the ECU. And thats were we step into the game. We can tune the weakest up to the strongest.

 

To prove you we don´t just dream the performance figures up, we bring a dyno in in the set up process of your tune. We can measure the power output before and after the modification. We print you the graph and you know exactly the difference.

 

We have been in US market  for 3 years and in Europe for 17. We have done over 60.000+ passanger vehicles and 10.000+ agro machines in Europe and 970 machines in US.