The Peugeot 2008 1.5 BlueHDI 100 is installed with the Bosch MD1CS003 control system. This cutting-edge ECU demands a knowledgeable tuner for correct torque model adjustments and bench programming is currently the only way to access this ECU type (at the time of writing). Most tuning devices can accomplish this via bench service mode, eliminating the need to access the ECU’s board. Whether you bring the vehicle to our garage or send over the ECU, we’ll do the complicated parts for you. You can also opt for our online remapping method if you have an appropriate programming tool or if you’re a professional tuners yourself.
The 1.5 Blue HDI integrates features like EGR, SCR/AdBlue, and a DPF system. When using a HDI Tuning remap, all these systems can be retained. Our Stage 1 remap is crafted to operate cleanly, so there’s no amplified risk of the particle filter getting blocked.
Peugeot 2008 1.5 BlueHDI 100 Stage 1 Remap (
130 BHP |
Our team has put in significant effort to produce the most refined remap for the Peugeot 2008 1.5 DV5RD BlueHDI Engine. This Stage 1 remap reliably elevates your power output to 130 BHP, and torque peaks at an impressive 300Nm, all while maintaining a steady torque distribution.
We’ve tailored the torque dynamics for this remap based on the 130 BHP model’s factory presets. This ensures outstanding drive quality and reliability from your Peugeot 2008 1.5 BlueHDI 100.
The Peugeot 2008 1.5 BlueHDI 100 engine houses an MHI TD02L11 wastegate-regulated turbocharger, ensuring prompt spool up attributes and lasting durability. This turbo has been validated on the 1.6 eHDI and 1.6 BlueHDI models, with minor updates for the 1.5 HDI Engine. We allow for a slight increase in turbo pressure, remaining within the tried-and-true limits of the TD02 turbo.
When you’re out driving your Peugeot 2008 1.5 BlueHDI, the enhanced throttle responsiveness, augmented low-end torque, and a torque progression that extends to higher RPMs will be evident. All these improvements make your Peugeot 2008 more enjoyable on the road, promising a satisfying drive.
Programming Methods – bench programming
The Bosch MD1 ECU can be programmed using Bitbox and a Scanmatik 2 device.
Programming via Bench service mode over CAN with Bitbox
This is our preferred way to program. The ECU must be removed, but there is no need to open the ECU and risk damage. A full backup can be made of both the EEPROM and the internal flash memories.
- Order a Scanmatik 2 Pro J2534 programming device and a Bitbox dongle with the MD1 license.
- Remove ECU from the vehicle.
- Connect specified wires to ECU plug connector.
- ID the ECU.
- Read the ECU memories.
- Email software to HDI Tuning.
- Wait for us to prepare your remap and return it back to you.
- Program the remap to the ECU using the same method taken to read the ECU.
- Refit the ECU, check engine starts.
- Let your engine warm up and then take the car for a spin, enjoy the extra power!