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PoPs and BaNgS

£90

MORE INFO POPS&BANGS
"PoPs and BaNgS"  refers to a tuning technique that produces audible exhaust pops and bangs during deceleration or gear changes. This is achieved through modified ECU programming that allows unburnt fuel to ignite in the exhaust system, creating the characteristic sound. See if this could be an option for your car. £90 when combined with a main remap, or £150 if purchased separately.
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ADDITIONAL MAPPING OPTIONS

£80

per service

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Adjustments to Rev Limiting, Throttle, and Speed Limiters EGR, Lambda, O2, DPF Tuning (subject to legislative restrictions) Pricing for these services begins at £80 when combined with a main remap, or £150 if purchased separately.
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TCU TUNING

£250

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Automatic vehicles feature a Transmission Control Unit (TCU) that manages transmission functions and interacts with the Engine Control Unit (ECU). For optimal performance and drivability, it is recommended to simultaneously remap both the ECU and TCU during vehicle tuning.
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BENCH MAPPING

£350

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MORE INFO BENCH
Bench remapping, or "bench flashing," involves removing and directly connecting the ECU to a remapping tool on a workbench, providing access to all software areas. It's used for ECUs with security that prevents standard port modifications. Boot remapping, done through the ECU's boot pin, allows for deep software changes without full hardware access, ideal for newer, secure ECUs.

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Please note that some of these modifications, such as DPF and EGR removal, can have legal and environmental implications, and their usage may not be compliant with regulations in certain regions. Always consult with professionals and consider the legal and environmental consequences before making such modifications. See further information in the Terms Of Service.