Is ECU Tuning Legal?
Yes remapping your vehicle is completely legal and there is no law against this. Each remap we carry out is done so within the manufacturer safety acceptance zones.
Can I Do ECU Tuning By My Self?
ECU remapping is a process of fine tuning a vehicle’s engine management system (ECU) through tuning of the software controlling it. Most vehicles today have engines that are mostly computer controlled and ECU remapping is a process of fine tuning a vehicle’s engine management system (ECU) through tuning of the software controlling it. Most vehicles today have engines that are mostly computer controlled and their engines have sensors to monitor items like the throttle, crank, airflow and other components. The sensors then relay the situation of these things to the ECU, which in turn processes the data and uses it to make the engine more sufficient.
The electronic control unit will be tuned to consume less fuel. But the car will be limited in terms of performance. ECU tuning can as well affect other parts of the car therefore it is necessary to be carried by an expert and ensure that all parts are well configured. When tuning is not done well, the car will end up dwindling in performance rather than improving. The ECU will also be prone to damage.
How Do I Book a Remap?
You can call us on our Business number: 08456 529 530. Our Team will be happy to help you. OR You can contact quantum tuning certified dealer located near by you OR you can book remap online, we give 5% discount from the original retail price. Please click on Vehicle Remap Directory to see what we can do for your vehicle. We give 30 day money back guarantee, in case if you are not satisfied with our service.
What do you actually modify in my vehicle?
It’s a fact that we are not changing hardware in your car. Now a day’s modern cars have an Engine Control Unit (ECU) a computer which controls everything that happens in your engine – the ignition timing, how much fuel and air are mixed together, when the turbo kicks in and so on. All these settings are stored as maps within the ECU. We plug our equipment into your car’s ECU, read the maps that are already stored on it, apply our software to find the optimal settings for your car, and then reprogram the ECU with our new, optimized maps. This is called remapping. The entire process takes between 30 minutes and an hour, depending on your car’s ECU.