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  • Flywheel Power: +25% Power, +25% Torque, +10% Economy
  • Price: $1,195
  • Model Compatibility: CRD Pajero, Triton, Challenger
  • Installation Time: 1 Day

"A much better driving experience with effortless torque and power and improved fuel economy! It doesn't get much better!"

HPF CRD-Flash tuning is THE state of the art way of improving both power and torque for your modern common rail diesel engine. By re-calibrating the factory engine computer unit (ECU) we are able to optimize the engine power and torque output as well as improve the vehicles fuel economy by as much as 10%. Reprogramming the vehicles ECU has a number of advantages not at least is that we can retain all of the manufacturers inbuilt safety features as we are not tricking or going behind the ECU’s back. Additionally, reprogramming the ECU gives us the unparalleled ability to alter torque management tables, throttle mapping, boost pressure, fuel pressure & injector timing to name just a few… something no individual chip or module can come close to claiming. Real world average gains of around 25% more power and 25% more torque with no degradation to reliability or drive-ability shows that with CRD-Flash tuning technology you really can have your cake and eat it too!

The process requires the vehicle to be at the Horse Power Factory for a period of one day, where our specialist tuners set the vehicle up on our All Wheel Dyno for a baseline dyno run. The vehicle is then connected to our state of the art ECU reading and writing hardware. Our tuner then continues by adjusting the ECU parameters, all the time monitoring the progress on the dyno screen and via our ECU logging devices and EGT sensors.

At HPF we custom tune every vehicle and each vehicle is returned to the customer along with a dyno graph showing the baseline dyno run and the final run, this graph will display the gains in both Power and Torque for comparison.

For more information on diesel flash tuning and how it works please visit our FAQ page.

PLEASE NOTE : The Horsepower Factory (HPF) has no affiliation with Mitsubishi and service offered by our company may impact on your vehicle manufacturer warranty as well as the fuel efficiency and emissions of your vehicle.

Vehicle Details

Pajero Pajero Pajero Pajero Sport. Challenger Triton Triton Triton Triton
Year 2002-2006. 2006-2008 2008-2018 2015-2018 2009-2015 2006-2009. 2008-2009. 2009-2014 2015-2018
Capacity (Litres) 3.2 3.2 3.2 2.4 2.5 3.2 2.5 2.5 2.4
Engine Cyl 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4
Standard KW 121 (AT)125/118. 147 133 131 118 100 131 133
Standard NM 373 (AT)358/381. 441 430 (AT)350/400. 347 314 (AT)350/400. 430
CRD-Flash KW 135* 142* 179* 152* 156* 142* 130* 156* 152*
CRD-Flash NM 460* 450* 500* 495* 480* 420* 360* 480* 495*

*Quoted power, torque and economy figures are calculated at the flywheel and indicative of that vehicle, but may vary based on a number of variables including vehicle condition and additional upgrades.

(AT – automatic transmission)

Other Diesel Upgrade Options – ask us for more information!

  • High performance exhaust system
  • High Flow 7 micron BMC air filter element
  • High Performance Intercooler system
  • UPR Billet Alloy Crank Case Ventilation oil Catch Can
  • EGR (exhaust gas re-circulation) Valve by-pass

More Information:

Click here to learn how to read a dyno graph.

HPF Warranty

HPF power packages are warranted for the parts and services installed by HPF. Please contact us for more information.

Additional Notes

  • We recommend all vehicles coming to HPF for tuning run 98 Octane fuel. Please contact us if you have a need to use different fuel.
  • Power figures listed are estimated kilowatts at the flywheel based on results typically obtained by HPF on HPF’s dynos. Typically these are based of a manual vehicle with standard driveline and standard wheels and tyres. Actual power can vary based on each specific vehicle.
  • Modifications such as this package require the vehicle to be in excellent mechanical order.
  • We advise against increasing the power output substantially on high kilometer engines, if your engine has in excessive of 150,000kms please contact us to discuss options.
  • Whilst every attempt is made to ensure prices listed online are correct, they are subject to change at any time.
  • Additional parts may be required in some cases depending on the condition of the vehicle. Cost of these parts and additional labor required may incur additional cost.

42 Comments please add yours...

  1. avatar

    Hi HPF. Just a question regarding ml triton. Is it possible to copy the remap of a later model pajero. Your stats list up to 179kw. They both have the same 4m41 engine and are not sure why that cant be achieved.

  2. avatar

    Hi just wondering what a tune would cost on a TD42 turbo?

  3. avatar

    Hi Rob ML Triton 3.2 my question is should I go a 2 & half inch or 3 inch exhaust with the ecu tune. I want it quiet and the turbo to spool up early.

  4. avatar

    Where is your workshop?

  5. avatar

    Hi !! I´m from Brazil and remap cars here!

    I need remap gearbox mitsubishi Pajero 3.2 DID a/t… is possible ??

  6. avatar

    Hini havea 2500 cc 2008 mitsubishi triton i live in bar bados can u remap my jeep

  7. avatar

    What other performance mods can be put on the Triton? How much Kw will you gain from the performance exhuast system with ECU Remap???

    • avatar

      Hi Nathaniel, What model/year Triton is it? Cost to remap it would be $1195. 3″ exhaust supplied and fitted would be around $1300 Inc GST depending on model.

  8. avatar

    Hi Rob,

    Just picked up my 2006 NP exceed pajero and am thinking about getting a reflashed ecu.
    I have been reading up about you guys and hence having the confidence to go to you for a bit more drive-ability and towing.
    I do have a few questions though:

    1. would i be able to get a loan car for the day whilst in there for the reflash?
    2. Not sure about the EGR blanking on the NP, but do you need one? if so do you do that?
    3. i dont really want high performance anything as it is a daily driver, therefore is it really worthwhile doing exhaust/cooler?
    4. if left stock and just a reflash, how much benefit?
    5. Cost for the reflash and EGR blanking if you do it?



    • avatar

      Hi Vu, Yes we could offer you a loan car for the day. Turning the EGR off is definitely worth doing. Power and torque increase up to 135kw/460Nm. While doing exhaust and cooler will give you a benefit the main increase will come from doing the ECU re-map. Cost of the remap is $1,195 Inc GST which includes turning the EGR off through the ECU.

  9. avatar

    Hi. I have a 2013 NW Paj VRX that I intend keeping for a long time. The engine is currently standard. I see from the information above that considerable power and torque increases can be obtained, with some fuel efficiency as well. I am interested but am concerned about impact on vehicle warranty ? Also is the existing drive train strong enough for such power and torque improvements ? I tow an offroad camper trailer and the increase in torque sounds like it would be of considerable benefit when overtaking.

    • avatar

      HI Mike, We havent seen any drive line reliability issues with tuning them. Warranty is something you would have to consider as we don’t offer any form of drive line warranty.

  10. avatar

    Do you disable the EGR system in you CRD-Flash tune for the NW Pajero?

  11. avatar

    Can i send u my ecu and have it tuned ? i live in French Polynesia Tahiti so impossible to bring my truck in, i have 2008 Triton ML A/T 3.2 DID 4X4 .

    thank you

  12. avatar

    Hi I have the new 2016 Pajero sport exceed and I was wondering if u have done any tunes Ng and what the results are. If u want a car to test just let me know I’m happy to be the test pig. I’m looking for more torque from the little diesel so not sure what u have died be. I’m in Sydney. Thank you Jason

  13. avatar

    Do u have any performance headstuds for challenger 4d56 2.5 diesel?

  14. avatar

    I have a 4×4 4sp auto Mn Triton diesel that has travelled 45,000km. If I get you to tune it, is it possible that a Mitsi dealer could re-flash the chip during a scheduled service and ruin the good you have done?
    Why does the auto have 350nm compared with 400nM for manual. Is that to protect the auto gearbox?
    Could the extra kw and torque damage the drive train?



    • avatar

      Hi Malcolm, Yes it is possible for the dealer to reflash the ECU, however we have a copy of your file at all times and can reflash the vehicle while you wait at no charge if that was to happen, keeping in mind we do a lot of tunes on new vehicles and can honestly say it hasn’t been a big issue. The only logical explanation I can think off with the difference in torque output between manual and auto would be due to trying to protect the Auto trans, however we have not seen any problems with any of the cars we have reflashed.

  15. avatar

    Hi HPF team,

    The MMAL website lists the current Challenger manual at 400Nm and the auto at 350Nm.

    Based on the manual figure, post ECU tune what would you expect to see?

    Also, if a SS exhaust and HD inter cooler was fitted would there be additional gains or simply a reduced EGT?

    I’m looking at purchasing a Challenger and towing a 1700kg (dry) off road van therefore additional torque is the goal.

    I suppose you don’t have an agent in Adelaide?

    Thanks, Michael.

    • avatar

      Hi Michael,

      we typically see around a 25% increase in torque.

      If you add exhaust and intercooler we typically wouldn’t expect to see much of an increase in power however it will definitely help reduce EGT and maintain more consistent power output.

      Sorry we don’t currently have a dealer in Adelaide.

  16. avatar

    hi mate i have a 2010 triton mn 4 sp auto 4×2. i was wondering how much a ecu remapping will cost ?
    cheers lucas

    • avatar

      Hi Lucas,

      Remapping will cost $1195 and we need the car for just the day. You can expect around 25% more power and torque and we can provide a loan car for the day if that helps.

  17. avatar

    Hi Guys.
    Thank you very much for the remap on my 2015 Triton 2.5 Auto. The difference is amazing, I have no idea how Mitsubishi could get it so wrong from the factory.

    Better off the line performance, better towing ability, better economy (well there is now that I’m not lead footing it everywhere)!!!

    To any one that is looking at doing this, I would highly recommend HP-f to do the ecu remap.


  18. avatar

    Hi im interested in an ecu tune,however will this void my factory warranty? 2014 triton, thanks

    • avatar

      Hi Ben,

      This could effect your warranty but there is nothing to see or detect by anyone so will go unnoticed unless they were looking very hard.

  19. avatar

    Hi HPf,
    I have a 2015 MN Triton 4spd auto.
    Wondering what packages you have available for these?

    • avatar

      Hi Jake,

      We have. They are listed below in the order of ‘bang for your buck’. The tuning will give you at least 25% more power and torque.

      ECU Custom dyno tune – $1195
      Turbo back S/S exhaust system – $1595
      Heavy duty performance Intercooler – $1695

      We also have a high flow air filter and a PCV catch can.

      • avatar

        Hi Matt,
        I have a 2012 MN Triton, do these prices also apply to my vehicle? Would I also be able to expect at least 25% increase?

        Are those prices also inclusive? ie (the Heavy duty performance intercooler price also includes the exhaust system and ecu dyno tune?)



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