|Every stock vehicle's
EFI system (engine & drive train) is unique and varies slightly from
other stock vehicle EFI systems. Custom powertrain applications vary significantly
- and driving styles are as unique as the individuals that embody them.
Dynamometer (laboratory) testing can only produce a calibration
that averages or emphasizes performance and/or economy for various vehicle
applications (stock or custom) and driving styles - it is best for assessing maximum power
(horsepower and torque) output.
Tuning any specific vehicle application across real-world
conditions & changes over time is a dynamic process that should accommodate
re-calibration easily & conveniently with no down-time. The preferred
method is to produce a calibration based on actual real-world
conditions & driving styles - especially for street applications.
Existing, stock or off-the-shelf calibrations are merely a
starting point for an ongoing calibration tuning process that accommodates
varying (real-world) conditions, changes & driving styles - CPE will take
you forward from where the others leave off.
Our High Altitude tuning is second to none, with more quantitative
and qualitative experience than our competitors. Typical
horsepower and torque losses are at least 15% at a mile-high (1609m) elevation and more
than 34% up in the mountains (3700m). CPE has the expertise to minimize
these losses and enable your vehicle to climb the mountain passes
better. When the time comes for you to journey down to the lower
elevations, your vehicle will perform to its fullest potential, so you
will get the best of both worlds.
Our excellence is not only measured in terms of performance and
driveability, but also in our Green
aggressive posture and commitment in keeping the air we breathe as
clean as possible. CPE develops calibrations and products that
minimize Hydro-Carbons, CO, and NOX pollutants. We are not
only keeping the air in Colorado cleaner, but also the rest of the
United States, Canada, and Germany. A large number of our
referrals come to CPE simply because the vehicle was unable to pass
the emission test procedure administered by the state. We
support the Colorado State and Federal emissions guidelines and
methodologies, by analyzing the emission system failure down to the
component or calibration variance, and make the appropriate decision
to replace faulty component(s) and/or modify the
calibration to resolve the problem.