Diesel Tuning


1.9 CDTI 150

Gains Stage 1: +40-50bhp 90nm+torque

sport button feature can be retained with tuned active only when sport mode is activated, or the remap can be active in sport and non sport mode. This can be customised to suit your needs for example mild tune/economy in non sport and full power in sport mode.

Speed limiter removal.

EGR Removal.

*NEW* DPF removal!

1.9 CDTI 120

Gains Stage 1: +50-60bhp, +80-90nm torque. DPF Removal Available please contact for details.

1.7 CDTI 100bhp

Gains Stage 1: +40-50bhp, +80nm torque

1.3 CDTI

Gains Stage 1: +25bhp, +60nm torque

VAG TDI tuning

1.9 TDI 130PD

Gains Stage 1: upto 50bhp, upto 90nm torque, Dyno sheet download

2.0 TDI 140PD

Gains Stage 1: upto 45bhp, upto 90nm torque

2.0 TDI 170PD

Gains Stage 1:  +35bhp, +90nm torque

Stage 2: Requires DPF Removal Pipe, Panel Filter and software to suit contact for details.

What Is Remapping


ECU Remapping via the OBD Port (on board diagnostics) is the most commonly used method for ECU Remapping, we simply connect a laptop via an interface to the vehicles OBD Port and by doing this we can access the ECU memory where the data for controling the engine is stored.
Some of the advantages of using OBD ECU Remapping are;

  • no additional units/devices
  • no visable sign of being done
  • quick and easy to do
  • no need to open ECU

Through the OBD Port we firstly take a copy of the ECU Data this is saved and if requiried to put back to original it is no problem, from here we load into a HEX editing software where we can locate the tables of data known as maps (hence the name ECU Remapping) for various things such as fuelling, boost pressure, timing and many more optimise the settings and then we can program the ECU with the new settings.
once the new settings are loaded then we carry out full data logging session to ensure the vehicle is running to its full potential and that there is no problems.