2010 Fiat 500 Ferrari Dealers Edition by Pogea Racing

Article by Christian Andrei, on August 29, 2010

For those who didn't like the Fiat 500 Abarth 695 Tributo Ferrari, Pogea Racing revealed today its brand new. What is so special regarding this new edition? Well, first of all is the massive amount of power for this small car: 268 PS and 330 Nm of torque.

According to the tuner, the standard car offers 165 PS and 230 Nm but thanks to some ECU tweaking, a new exhaust system, a modified downpipe, a new catalytic converter and a new hybrid turbocharger from Pogea Racing the car is now able to leave any Vw Golf GTI way behind.

The tuning company offers two turbocharger variants that the customer can choose from. In order to add cooling to both the intake air and to lower the combustion temperature, a new intake cooling system was created, while additional air is being pumped into the engine compartment using the carbon fiber parts of the Assetto Corse.

The fuel injection is optimized using changing fuel pressure valves and Bosch fuel injectors. The car also needs to be stopped in time and that's why Pogea Racing upgraded the OEM Brake system with their 4-piston brake assembly.

To give the Fiat 500 Ferrari Dealers Edition greater stopping power, Pogea Racing decided to upgrade the OEM Brake system with its own four-piston brake assembly. Working exclusively from its headquarters in Bodensee, Pogea Racing managed to develop a brake system that weighs the same as the OEM brake system.

As a result, this reduces the braking distance by 1.8 meters. The package comes with TÜV Approval and could be availed with an optional warranty for engine, turbo, and transmission. Aside from turning the Fiat 500 Ferrari Dealers Edition into a performance machine, Pogea Racing also offers Assetto Corse Parts as legal TÜV Approved Parts dealer in Germany.

The tuner obtains these parts directly from the manufacturing facility in Italy. This is good news for Fiat customers who want their vehicles to look like a Ferrari or the 100 PS Assetto Corse. On the other hand, Pogea Racing also offers a number of auto services that could help vehicle owners personalize their rides like leather work, carbon fiber parts and individual suspension systems. Personalization services could be availed for a little as EUR3,400.

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The mighty Italian - Fiat 500 FERRARI DEALERS EDITION with 268 PS

When there is a new project at Pogea Racing, one can be absolutely sure that everything is well studied to the smallest detail.

The hardest part of the development process was to avoid using a separate Tuning Box Unit. Unlike other "tuners", Pogea Racing starts with the OEM ECU of the Fiat 500 Abarth, instead of relying on a separate controller unit. Pogea Racing develops the software data to work directly with the vehicle's ECU. This assures that instructions that are sent from the ECU direct all normal functions of the car properly. An auxiliary unit cannot control all functions, and will ignore the vehicle's ECU's commands. Herein lies the principal difference between Pogea Racing's development and other Tuners.

Pogea Racing chose a very rare model, the Fiat 500 FERRARI DEALERS EDITION of Abarth. The standard engine is already relatively strong, coming with 165PS and 230Nm. Pogea Racing increases the performance of the small Italian model by adding 100hp on top of the standard engine, producing 268PS and 330 Nm total power. The Pogea Racing model was also measured and developed on one of the most modern all-wheel drive dynamometers. To get this power out of the mighty Italian car, they changed the exhaust system and replaced it with a larger stainless steel exhaust system, modified downpipe, and a new catalytic converter. The tailpipes can be chosen by the customer from many available Designs.

Power comes from the new hybrid turbocharger from Pogea Racing. Currently, there are two turbocharger variants that the customer can choose from. To add cooling to both the intake air, and to lower the combustion temperature, a modified Intake cooling system was created. A center-mount, larger, more efficient intercooler replaces the two smaller original intercoolers. Additional air is being pumped into the engine compartment to cool the accessories via the carbon fiber parts of the Assetto Corse. Fuel injection is optimized by changing fuel pressure valves and using upgraded Bosch fuel injectors.

For increased stopping power Pogea Racing upgraded the OEM Brake system with their 4-piston brake assembly. This detail is very important to Pogea Racing, and they developed a brake system with identical weight to the OEM brake system, but about 1,8m reduced braking distance when compared to the OEM brakes. You can round up the entire kit with TÜV Approval and with an optional warranty for engine, turbo, and transmission. Pogea Racing completes its tuning work exclusively at their headquarters in the center at the Bodensee.

Apart from the performance cure Pogea Racing also offers Assetto Corse Parts as legal TÜV Approved Parts dealer in Germany for the current models. The parts come directly from the factory in Italy. So now your Fiat can become optically at least a large Ferraristi, or even an image of the 100 PS Assetto Corse. Pogea Racing has other services; leather work, individual suspension systems, and carbon fiber parts can also be part of your individualization. Now there is one tuning company which makes just about everything for your little Italian. Prices for the smallest Change begin at 3400€.

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