Petrol ECU Remapping

Normally Aspirated and Turbocharged Petrol Remapping - More Power & Torque

The modern Turbocharged Petrol engine is a fantastic base for tuning and they generally respond extremely well.  Most engines require just a remap of the ECU to achieve power and torque gains.

Your Petrol powered vehicle will benefit from:

  • More Horsepower.
  • More Torque.
  • Improved throttle response.
  • Smoother power delivery.
  • Safer overtaking.

 

The improvements above are all achieved by very careful matching of different parameters such as boost pressure, fuel delivery rates & Ignition timing along with adjustments to maps that electronically limit torque, throttle response and top speed (if the rev limit is raised). All this information in your ECU calibration file is carefully optimised and then programmed back into your ECU and the vehicle tested.

In most cases your vehicles ECU will be reprogrammed using the latest flash remapping technology meaning that we can send the new "chip" into the ECU via its on board diagnostics port (OBD). This means we will not have to remove your ECU from the car and there are no external signs of tampering or parts added to the vehicle whatsoever. The perfect remapping solution.

Click here to see a list of cars that we can remap.

If your vehicle isn't listed in our database, we may still be able to offer you a solution.  Please contact us for details.

All ChipMyCar OBD remaps come with a lifetime warranty against corruption or other defects. Your original ECU calibration is also stored by us so that we can restore your car back to standard at any time.*

*ChipMyCar Offer a lifetime warranty on Engine ECU software only.

All Engine Remaps are tested to the highest standards. However on older vehicles engine parts that are subject to wear may be prone to failure after tuning. Common failures areturbos, coil packs, EGR valve and MAF sensor. These are all serviceable items that would usually require replacement as part of proper maintenance. If the vehicle has a faulty turbo before a remap, it is likely this will cause the turbo to fail sooner rather then later. ChipMyCar do not accept liability for any mechanical part failure due to engine wear. ChipMyCar do not recommend using excessive acceleration immediately after the remap has been carried out, and that you allow your vehicle to get to its normal running conditions.