The stock Hyundai i30 N Performance already puts out 271 HP and 260 lb-ft to the road. Even without chip tuning, this compact sports car has plenty of power. However, one notices when accelerating that the performance drops off a bit, especially in the upper rpm range. For this reason, RaceChip developed a performance upgrade for the Hyundai, which puts a decent amount of power throughout the entire rpm range. Thus, the i30 N manages a performance increase from 271 HP and 260 lb-ft to 309 HP and 367 lb-ft – an increase of 38 HP and 107 lb-ft of torque. With the installation of a downpipe from HJS, the performance increases even more to 316 HP and 387 lb-ft. The increase in torque is more noticeable while driving and develops the i30 N into a real race car.