ECU Performance Remapping Car & Van Fuel Economy ECU Remaps

By: Mobile Car Brake Service  11/09/2014
Keywords: vehicle repair, auto repairs, automobile repair

Remap my car or van for Performance There are many reason for remapping your vehicles and that is to unleash the power that as be restricted by vehicle manufacturer by changing and analyzing ECU's EPROM chip and safely modifying values stored on this chip to get maximum performance. We will ask you some questions on how you would like your car or van remapped you might want to get maximum power (Torque) that the engine can safely be mapped too this option does not take into consideration of fuel economy in other words be prepared to use more fuel to gain maximum power. Option two we can balance the remap so your vehicle gains power (Torque) and still get good fuel economy both options you will still get better MPG but for top performance you will reduce MPG.

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