The THP200 engine found on the Peugeot 208 GTI is an excellent example of how a successful engine/turbo combination can go to the next level with the addition of cutting edge technology. Combining the variable valvelift system from BMW and variable cam timing on both intake and exhaust cams, this engine manages to produce very good power while also maintaining good fuel economy, overall driveability and Euro 5 emission standards. Engine code is EP6 CDTX.
Our remap adds a little bit of a punch to its performance, making it much more fun to drive.

Upgrade specifications

  • 98 RON fuel
  • Stage 1 ECU remap
  • Upgrade possible via OBD with FlasherTHP_v2 or via boot tools (on the bench).


Performance results

  • Maximum power: 205 whp @ 5500 RPM (measured 170whp as stock), gains 35whp
  • Maximum torque: 32 Kgm @ 2900 RPM (measured 26 Kgm as stock), gains 6Kgm


  • Gontzal Elguezabal Udondo Posted March 7, 2019 9:23 am

    Good Morning,

    I have a problem with my 208 gti thp 200.

    I have an Airtec V2 IC, a k&n panel filter, a milltek 2,5″ full exhaust, a JHS 200cell downpipe, GFB DV+, single mass flywhell, organic clutch and a turbo technics k03 hybrid turbo(with k04 internals)

    I try to do an stage 3, but I lose all the boost at 4500-5000rpm.

    I check the IC hoses,the vacumm, the dv solenoid…I dont know where the problem came from…

    Can you please,help me?

    kind regards

    • owen Posted April 29, 2019 4:46 pm

      I had a similar issue but on the stock map. Check your MAF Sensor, odds are that it is dirty or on it’s way out.

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