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Why Remap The ECU

By April 13, 2021No Comments

Improving Your Vehicles Performance With an ECU Remap

Some people are concerned that ECU engine remapping could cause problems with their car. But it shouldn’t affect reliability if you use a reputable company such as Chester Remapping Ltd quote: “Remapping does put extra strain on an engine, but not a dangerous amount.

The default ‘one size fits all’ factory ECU settings implemented by manufacturers are structured so the vehicles can meet a range of emission standards depending on the country they are sold and help in withstanding extreme conditions such as high or low temperatures and variations in fuel quality.

Different factory ECU mapping also means different performances can be achieved from a small number of engine designs, so saving on development and production costs.

As an example, Ford uses the same 1.0 three-cylinder petrol engine in its top-selling Fiesta and Focus models in a variety of different power outputs and performance characteristic guises mostly due to varying ECU settings.

Stage 1 Remap

The most popular ECU Remap Service is Stage 1. This file is designed to lift the performance within the manufacturer’s parameters giving more power without major mechanical alterations. Stage 1 is the level of remapping that Mobile Chester Remapping Ltd uses as it is the only safe level for your car, allowing us to guarantee our work on your vehicle.
Designed for a standard and unmodified vehicle with no hardware upgrades. A Stage 1 Remap will increase power and torque while also improving fuel efficiency. Removes flat spots and gives a more responsive drive without compromising reliability.

Click here for more details and to check your vehicles performance before and afer a remap.

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