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ECU Remapping


What is car engine remapping?
Remapping a car – also known as ‘chipping’ – is a quick and fairly cost-effective process that involves adjusting the programming on the microchip in your car’s Engine Control Unit (ECU) to overwrite the manufacturer’s factory settings. This allows your car to function at its full potential.

What are the benefits of car engine remapping

  • Better fuel economy.
  • Better control and driveability.
  • Easier towing.
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Answer to 0 – 60 question

Unfortunately, we do not collect 0 – 60 data, however an increase of x bhp and x nm will without doubt have a positive effect on the acceleration of the vehicle.

Warranty Answer

In regards to warranty, inmost cases the dealer will be completely unaware that a vehicle has been tuned. If you look through our Facebook or website, you will see that we tune a lot of brand-new vehicles, some of which have been back to the dealer for servicing or scheduled recalls and have never had an issue with dealers identifying tuning. They do not have the correct equipment or knowledge to check the ECU software. However, there is always a small chance that if they look hard enough, they may find that a vehicle has been tuned. In our experience, it is unlikely that they will find it but we make every customer aware that there is a small chance that they may do and it is certainly something to keep in mind when choosing to tune a vehicle.

Naturally aspirated replies

The engine in your Corsa is naturally aspirated i.e., there’s no turbo or supercharger. Although some naturally aspirated engines benefit from a remap, this particular engine is not one that would benefit a great deal. Therefore, I would advise against a remap as the cost would outweigh the benefits. We would not want to tune it and you be disappointed with the outcome as the performance difference would be hardly noticeable on this engine.

I hope this helps and please feel free to ask any questions you may have. If you need a quote for another vehicle in the future, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

Speed Limiter replies

We may be able to help you. This will depend on how the limiter has been set up. If it was set within the ECU (Engine Control Unit), we will be able to remove it for you. If it was set in the BCM (Body Control Module), only the main dealer tool can remove it. There is no way of knowing this until we plug in to the van and take a read from it. The cost for the speed limiter would be £120 but we will not charge you if we find it has been set to the BCM and we are unable to do it

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