Performance Remapping

Our performance remap software is developed to work on a standard vehicle maintaining manufacturer levels of reliability and original service intervals we dont push for the highest numbers but a safe and reliable tune. Our Stage 1 calibration is specially designed to enhance your engines software, to work in harmoney with and get the very best out of the original hardware.

Unleash the full potential of your engine with better throttle response and smoother power delivery. Can be installed on both petrol and diesel vehicles, diesel engines can benefit from a small mpg improvment too with careful driving.

Eco Remap

Our economy remapping works by improving the efficiency and power of the engine to make the engine work as hard, in any given situation. Reduced throttle load and the ability to be in higher gears sooner and for longer results in marked fuel efficiency gains.

Customers will see fuel improvements of typically 8-10% on most diesel vehicles, often more with careful driving. Great for fleets too where the savings really count.


We have a very advanced solution for EGR. The valves can become clogged with carbon deposits, causing them to fail or stick, thereby causing error codes and the vehicle to not run correctly. Our software solution to disable the EGR valve is a simple and effective method.

Our EGR closed or banking solution and reprogramming of the engine management ECU results in lowered engine temperatures, improved throttle response and economy. It can also can lengthen engine life by reducing oil contamination and carbon deposits.


If your DPF (diesel particle filter) warning light or Anti-Pollution warning is on, please do not ignore it. Get professional advice, consider your options carefully and attend to the problem. Leaving it will ultimately cost you much more in additional repair bills and it can be dangerous.

If your DPF warning lights are visible with an engine warning light too your DPF will already be significantly blocked. Forced regeneration by a garage or a “blast down the motorway” is not likely to cure the problem, these only work as preventative maintenance.  

If you have had your DPF core removed, we may be able to recalibrate your vehicles ECU to stop our engine going into limp-home mode and clear the DPF warning light. Consumers must be aware of the legal implications of this being carried out. 


If your vehicle has a speed limiter enabled from the factory we can remove this. Typically they are stored in either the engine ecu or the BCM.


DTC stands for Diagnostic Trouble Codes, the ECU sets these error codes and puts a warning light on the dash when a component or sensor doesn't meet it's stored plausible values, they are lots reasons why a code can be set and these aid in Engine Diagnostics. When a component is removed or disabled you would also need to disable the associated DTC's.

We cover a range of ECU's for DTC Removal. We cover manufacturer specific codes (P1XXX/P2XXX) and generic OBDII codes (P0XXX)

AdBlue Removal

AdBlue is used in a process called selective catalytic reduction (SCR) to reduce emissions of nitrogen from the exhaust of diesel engines but it has been known to produce very high operating costs.

If you wish to reduce or completely eliminate the consumption of AdBlue in your car or truck we can reprogram the ECU to allow this. Our procedure will not illuminate dashboard error lights. Note: Removal of the AdBlue system (or similar) should only be carried out on cars or trucks for off road or racing use. Using a vehicle on public roads with such a system disabled is at the owner/operators risk.

Swirl Flap Removal

Intake manifold flap failures are common on certain groups of cars and are expensive to replace. Our software can be used as part of a flap removal operation without causing fault codes or engine management lights.

  • P1471 – Diesel Particulate Filter (Bank 1) Regeneration Efficiency below threshold

    P2003 – Diesel Particulate Filter (Bank 1) Particulate mass too high

    P242F – Diesel Particulate Filter (Bank 1) Regeneration not active

    P244A – Particulate Filter Differential pressure too low

    P244B – Particulate Filter Differential pressure too high

    P2452 – Particulate Filter Differential pressure sensor malfunction

    P2453 – Diesel Particulate Filter Differential pressure sensor malfunction

    P2454 – Diesel Particulate Filter Differential pressure sensor voltage too low

    P2455 – Diesel Particulate Filter Differential pressure sensor malfunction

    P2458 – Particulate Filter regeneration maximum regeneration time exceeded

    P2459 – Particulate Filter regeneration, regeneration frequency implausible