What is the torque limit control?
The torque limit control is a special function introduced in the latest generation of control units, for example Bosch EDC17, which detects the torque disproportionate increase over the original values of the mapping. In case of increase of performance following the mapping is required to remove this limit to avoid that the car goes into protection, drastically reducing the power or turning on errors on the framework.
How to disable torque limit control?
The torque control is excluded by the ECU programming, you will need to locate the instructions that activate this control and disable them, then you can increase the performance of the vehicles that will be with no limit and no error in the control unit. The major ECUs that have Torque Limit Contron are Bmw, Mercedes, Opel, Jeep, Alfa Romeo, Kia, Land Rover, Citroen, Volvo, Peugeot, Ford, Honda, Hyundai, Jaguar and others that are not listed below. Future ECU will surely have this limit. Although the list is not updated, please contact us to find out if we can rule out the torque limit control.
LIST UNIT WHERE CAN WE EXCLUDE THE CONTROL OF TORQUE limit: