FAQ's

What is remapping?

Remapping is the process of altering your car’s engine management software for improved performance.
In the majority of cases this can be done via the diagnostic socket .
Some vehicles will require the ecu to be removed for remapping to be carried out.

Is it safe for the vehicle?

Our remapping process enhances and optimises the power of the engine within the manufacturer’s limits of engine and transmission.
Your engine’s performance is compromised as standard. We are essentially just optimising the performance – releasing what the vehicle is already capable of.
We also do not tune to the absolute maximum . It is important to have a margin of safety in order to maintain reliability.

Why don’t the manufacturers do it?

For reasons mentioned above, the standard tune on your car caters for worldwide variations in fuel quality, temperature, altitude and humidity.

Furthermore, there is an increasing tendency amongst manufacturers like BMW and VW/Audi to use the same engine across a range but with varying power outputs. The power out put being purely based on software .

What warranty do you give?

A £10,000 mechanical warranty is available for cars under 90, 000 miles . Cost for this is £40 . Be advised , that this will only cover you if there is a fault within the remap that has caused the problem.

If your ecu is damaged while we are working on it then we cover repair/replacement costs.

Do you offer a satisfaction guarantee?

We are very confident that your remap will improve your driving experience.

If you are not delighted with the results on test drive , then we will modify the remap until you are happy . If we cannot get the results you require on the day, then we will put the car back to standard and give you a full refund.

What about insurance?

We always advise that you inform your insurers. Some will charge an additional premium and others will not.
Remap friendly insurers are Adrian Flux and LV.

Do you keep a copy of the original tuning file?

Yes, if your car needs to be put back to standard then we have your original file saved