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Supercharged VX220 Mapping Session

Supercharged VX220 2.2 16v

Supercharged VX220 2.2 16v

A recent mapping session on a VX220 2.2 with a self-install supercharger conversion. Initially brought in a while ago for mapping the car achieved 216bhp, lower than the expected Stage 2 power due to a restrictive exhaust system identified during the first mapping session.

Brought back to us with a derestricted 2.5″ front pipe and cat section, we were able to improve the mapping with changes to the ignition and fuelling now that exhaust flow had improved resulting in gains to 242bhp, with the graphs showing improved power and torque right across the rev range.

Team Dynamics Pro Race 1.2 Wheels VX220

Available For Sale One Set of Team Dynamics Pro Race 1.2 Alloy Wheels for VX220.

These have only done about 1,000 miles of summer road mileage
16″ Front and 17″ Rear
Gloss Black
7J x 16 ET20 Front (Suitable for AP 4 Pot Brake Kit) 65.1 Centre Bore with metal spigot rings
8J x 17 ET33 Rear (Same size and offset as used on VXR220 models) 65.1 Centre Bore

Fitted with Toyo Proxes T1-R Tyres
Front – 195/50 R16 84V Tread is 8mm on Both
Rear – 225/45 ZR17 94Y Tread is 7mm on Both

In Excellent Condition, as shown in the images

£NOW SOLD

300bhp Supercharged VX220 2.2 Video

Courtenay Sport 300bhp VX220 2.2 Supercharger Conversion.

Another big power supercharged VX220, this car features an engine rebuild, balancer shaft removal, high lift cams and uses the OE GM Eaton Supercharger.

Supercharged 2.2 VX220 377bhp with Z20LET Management

Courtenay Sport’s latest Supercharged VX220 2.2 16v running Harrop Supercharger, strengthened rebuilt engine, 4 branch stainless steel manifold and full 3 inch exhaust system and full Z20LET engine management. 377bhp

VX220 Turbo Health Check

We had a VX220 Turbo booked in the other week as the customer had reported that the car seemed to be holding back on track. He thought it might be a fuelling issue and asked us to carry out a health check on the rolling road, datalog the ecu to see what the current map was doing and report back.

The car was running a ‘Stage 2′ ecu remap and has a full 2.5″ exhaust system. After our initial datalogging rolling road session we received a bit of a shock when we plotted the results ……..
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