Fuel efficiency & Power upgrade
Have you ever satisfied with current driving on your car ?
Don’t you want your car upgraded within 5 minutes for power upgrade and fuel efficiency ?
The answer lies with Virtual Hybrid, AI Computer system with Patent no. M525302 available.
You can get performances below through highly advanced system by its built-in chips.
It is designed only for all Japanese Brand autos, utilizing CAN bus of VTT & Ignition Coil Systems.
- Power Performance 20 % up; Upgrade 10HP (mm) & Torque and Lighter Pedal
- Fuel Efficiency 10 %; Noticeable Prolonged Sliding Distance
- Sustaining Brand Manufacturer Guarantee; Co-exist Brand Warranty
- Genuinely made in Taiwan
and so on.
Product Warranty & Insurance; Long product warranty for 3 years
Up to NTD10 million Product Insurance Liability ensuring extensive protection & care of users
Let us show you the results of dynamometer testing for Suzuki Vitara and Mitsubishi and quick installation of Virtual Hybrid within 5 minutes.
Please email to us if you have interest in importing and handling Virtual Hybrid.
For Suzuki Vitara 1.4 Turbo
For Mitsubishi Lancer 1.8 with NA engine
Movie for Installation
Q and A
Why does the box draw power from the ignition coil and not from other sources ?
Locating the best entry point at the best timing is essential in ensuring that Virtual Hybrid (VH), a whole new piggyback AI computer system, continues to perform effectively without sabotaging whatsoever brand settings, which also includes battery inside the engine room. With years of research, our R&D team has finally determined best ways to make such happen, which is to draw power from the ignition coils. Bear in mind that power through ignition coils can only be derived when drivers insert their keys to start engine. At other times, without such “insertion” action, there is absolutely NO power running on car. VH is in other words purposefully designed to take advantage of connecting to ignition coil(s) in a way where it can only gain power to self activate when drivers start engine so to speak. Once engine goes off, VH simultaneously shuts itself down in no time. Therefore VH risks NO harm in causing misuse of power in car which leads to early die out of battery.
Will the connection reduce the power to the ignition coil ?
Other than what has been partially explained in the above question, users can be assured that our R&D team has designed in ways where least amount of power is required to fully active Virtual Hybrid (VH) and maintain its functioning; therefore even with VH installed, it will not affect or lower down power supplied to ignition coil(s).
What is the purpose of the connection via the ignition coil ?
With the advancement of technology, CAN (controller Area Network) also called CAN Bus, has now been widely applied on automobiles to coordinate various systems (e.g. electric park brake, collision avoidance, air bag, power window etc.) so as to make it easier and more convenient for drivers to maneuver their driving on road. In other words, even these systems are pre-programmed onto its individual ECUs, they need to cooperate with one another to make the vehicle function; and CAN Bus henceforth serves as the ultimate means for bringing in these systems altogether to make them co-work. In addition, with today’s application of CAN Bus, car manufactures could also effectively reduce the number of wires needed to be made and installed when they build cars. So the reason for Virtual Hybrid (VH), a piggyback AI computer system, to connect via ignition coil(s) is because there’s CAN Bus available on coils. With the programming of advanced algorithm already written on the built-in chips inside VH, our R&D engineers have managed to successfully by pass the firewall and are able to reprogram the cues brand ECU receives so as to start remap.
What does Virtual Hybrid do to increase horsepower and improve fuel consumption ?
As explained in the previous question, utilizing CAN Bus system of ignition coil(s), the built-in chips of Virtual Hybrid (VH) execute highly advanced algorithm, send reprogramming cues, therefore automatically and continuously remaps and optimizes brand ECU’s performances. An essential idea of VH’s programming cues is that it overrides that of brand ECU’s and remaps to allow brand ECU to “release & resume” preserved horsepower originally programmed by its manufacturers for potential purpose of meeting cost down requirements for the market. Just compare the same car model (e.g. 1.8 NA engine) of ten years ago and as of now. Users may well find evidence in seeing that even with greater advancement of technology, horsepower of the same vehicle model does not seem to differ much within a decade. Reason may lie in the fact that if newer model of the same car is equipped with an apparent upgrade of horsepower, then practically speaking, more has to be simultaneously invested in the making of this car, such as its chassis, tire, brake system, etc. Therefore considering the necessity of cost down issues, manufacturers nowadays might as well just “lock up” partial upgraded horsepower as one quick fix. Through the reprogramming set in VH, our R&D engineers have managed to find ways to restore preserved horsepower (on an average of 10-15%) of the original power, and hence upgrade overall power performances (with Torque as an add-on) on vehicles at present time.
In terms of improving fuel efficiency, the point actually doesn’t lie so much so in exactly which programming VH has overridden. One reprogramming cue given to brand ECU via VH of course includes to remap for locating better timing for ignition & with bettered fuel combustion ratio; yet this is not the only reason why VH helps achieve improved fuel consumption. Users themselves play a key role in making VH help save fuel. Be aware that after installing VH, drivers would immediately feel an improved pickup along with obviously lightened pedal. In the meanwhile, there will also be noticeably increased sliding distances when driving. We advise that users try to maintain their daily driving routine, do not deliberately step “deeper” or “harder” on pedal (i.e. some drivers who have VH installed on their cars at first unconsciously do so for either testing power or are simply overjoyed in the change of their cars so as to also change their way of driving, faster and “crazier”), try to allow lighter stepping on pedal to go with more sliding which characteristics are guaranteed to be brought upon via VH installation. In this way, VH definitely helps improve fuel efficiency.
Step by step explanation for the whole diagram of Virtual Hybrid’s “work theory”.
This diagram demonstrates how Virtual Hybrid (VH), a whole new piggyback AI computer system, works when installed on vehicles. Users see in this diagram a Mitsubishi VH and below are steps of an easy walk-through how it functions. Keep in mind that Mitsubishi VH has to be connected via ignition coil 3 & battery negative (-) to complete a full installation.
1) VH is designed to be a true “plug & play” product, so users simply remove the original plug of Ignition Coil 3, and then connect one plug of VH onto ignition coil 3, with the other socket of VH to go with the original plug of ignition coil 3. By doing so, when car key is inserted and turned, or when car engine starts, VH gains access to the CAN bus (Controller Area Network) system as well as power positive (+) via the very “Ignition coil 3” where it is connected to. 2) There’s another wire designed on VH itself, which is to be connected to battery negative (-) inside the engine room. This is a very important procedure to make sure VH gains a complete circuit (power (+) from ignition coil 3 and power (-) from battery) , so as to fully activate VH when car key inserted for running or engine starts to run. Once VH is fully activated, the built-in chips inside VH do automatic AI algorithm calculation & send reprogramming cues via the CAN bus (Controller Area Network) as its route to brand ECU as shown in the diagram. What has been written inside the build-in chips are confidential “computer reprogramming codes” specifically developed by our R&D engineers to bypass firewall of brand ECU setting and further give new instructions to brand ECU to remap its release rate of actual power (both HP & Torque previously locked up due to potential market cost down reasons, refer back to Question 4), improved combustion ratio, bettered ignition timing, etc., which are all inter-connected with the overall performance of an upgraded brand ECU.
Why does Virtual Hybrid only bypass/connect to the 3rd & 4th ignition coils (in other cases even just the 3rd ignition coil)? Do I not need to do all 4 ignition coils to make Virtual Hybrid work?
Users oftentimes are confused about why not hook VH up onto all 4 ignition coils. The shared confusion mostly leads to a shared concern that if VH doesn’t go with all 4 ignition coils, isn’t it true that such action causes “mis-ignition” and ultimately hurts brand engine?
The answer lies in what has also been explained earlier in the “work theory” of Virtual Hybrid (VH). Please note again that VH is in NO way the same product of any off-the-shelf “ignition booster”, “coil enhancer” or “voltage intensifier” (so much so you name it)! In other words, VH is a whole new product. It is a newly developed piggyback AI computer system, which is to be utilized on Japanese petroleum cars of both NA engines & turbo engines. The reason why VH only needs to bypass ignition coil 3 & 4 (or simply ignition coil 3 in some cases) is because there is available CAN Bus (Controller Area Network) via the coils, and VH simply needs to utilize the CAN Bus (Controller Area Network) as its route to enter (or “hack in” if you wish to say so) brand ECU. Once this route is successfully in, just leave the rest of job to the built-in chips inside VH because there are new reprogramming cues written onto chips, which are to be sent to brand ECU computer to initiate automatic remap of brand ECU’s release rate of actual power (both HP & Torque previously locked up due to potential market cost down reasons, refer back to Question 4), improved combustion ratio, bettered ignition timing, etc.
Since VH has absolutely Nothing to do with boosting ignition coils’ efficiency, and simply utilizes the CAN Bus (Controller Area Network) system of the ignition coils as a reprogramming route into brand ECU’s computer, it is therefore unnecessary to connect VH onto the 4 coils at the same time.
Does Virtual Hybrid do damage to brand ECU in the long run?
Virtual Hybrid (VH) in NO way shall sabotage brand ECU because what it does is restore & resume “locked up power” (both HP & Torque) pre-programmed by brand manufacturers via newly reprogramming cues given to brand ECU through built-in chips inside VH. Just so users know that for safety precaution, our R&D engineers have written their AI programming codes of mandating renewed sum power upgrade rate being confined within actual max power performance limitation regulated by brand manufactures at first place.
In addition, as mentioned earlier, VH is in NO way the same product of any off-the-shelf “ignition booster”, “coil enhancer” or “voltage intensifier”, therefore even with VH installed on vehicle, it will NOT hurt ignition coils because voltage of coils where VH is connected is never forcefully or purposefully increased. The voltage on each coil remains exactly the same as before installing VH.
If my region is of very high or very low temperature, can Virtual Hybrid function normally in such condition?
Nowadays there has been an ongoing trend that brand ECU is designed to be installed directly inside the engine room. In other words, it has come to the time that technology is advanced enough to develop computers that could “endure” very high temperature in a confined space while outside of that same space might be freezing (e.g. Northern Europe). It might not be surprising for users to find such technology suppliers are also readily available in Taiwan where Virtual Hybrid (VH), a whole new piggyback AI computer, is manufactured.
Virtual Hybrid (VH) is designed, developed and manufactured fully following the same protocol setting as required in the process of producing different brand ECUs for vehicles around the world. Accordingly, being able to endure extreme weather conditions as well as damp-proof is a basic must of VH’s product characteristic. VH guarantees to function the same regardless of where its global users are located.
Why do I need Virtual Hybrid anyway?
Virtual Hybrid (VH), a whole new piggyback AI computer system, is designed for general users, for we have always believed that everyday driving deserves a little pleasure. We understand not all drivers are big fans of remod., and so we are hoping by presenting VH to the world, global users can all have a taste of how fun your driving routine can actually be without having to suffer from endless power lack and pricey fuel consumption, which we bet are so pain in the neck for us all.
With intentional design developed by our R&D engineers, VH helps “restore & resume” power performance (both HP & Torque) that every manufactured brand vehicle is supposed to come with at first place; and if users learn to precisely grasp product characteristics of VH’s design, namely, to allow cars slide longer distances with decreased frequency of gas pedal stepping, or with lightened stepping on pedal, users should surely see improved fuel consumption.
Piggyback AI computers have long been the sole “privilege” given to users who own vehicles of turbo engines, and mostly of European brands. Starting from now, VH has written a whole new page on remod. history for it is the ONE & ONLY product that can be used on Japanese petroleum cars that come with NA engines & turbo engines. It is perfect for users who need “sensible” power upgrade but not so much so to run races, and is especially suitable for helping save fuel on a daily basis. Up to 10 HP & obvious Torque upgrade as well as a 10% fuel consumption to be realistic, there’s no reason of not taking Virtual Hybrid and run the world for your daily driving!