The cool thing about Mcchip-DKR tuning kits is that they always offer what it says on the tin. So when they tell you their new Mcchip BMW 220i kit is called MC320, you know it makes 320 horsepower, which is remarkable actually as this particular 2 series has only a 2.0 liter engine.
But that’s the DKR magic. They can extract big lumps of power from small lumps of engine. In fairness though, the 2.0 liter four-cylinder turbo engine in the Mcchip BMW 220i is a helluva four banger and has seemingly endless potential for upgrade. That’s why they offer the power upgrade in stages, so you can choose how many horses you need to feel happy.
The engine begins life with 184 horsepower and 270 ft-lbs torque, which isn’t bad by any standards. After a bit of fiddling, which include a level three software upgrade, downpipe replacement, larger intercooler, and a 200-cell sport catalytic convertor, that output jumps to 255 horsepower with 400 ft-lbs torque. If you are willing to spend more, Mcchip can keep fiddling and replace the turbos with higher performance ones, thus increasing the power to 320 horsepower and 435 ft-lbs torque. The full fat kit costs 6,400 EUR and delivers a top speed of 260 km/h.
This Mcchip BMW 220i is also equipped with a set of MBdesign LV-1 19-inch wheels and KW-coilover suspension Variant Three.