Terms of Service for Real Performance Mapping

Welcome to Real Performance Mapping! By utilizing our services, you agree to abide by the following terms and conditions, ensuring compliance under UK law:

Liability: Real Performance Mapping disclaims all liability for any damage to your vehicle arising from our remapping services. You must confirm that your vehicle is in sound mechanical condition prior to any service being performed.
Vehicle Warranty: Be aware that remapping your vehicle may void warranties provided by the manufacturer. It is your responsibility to check with your manufacturer regarding the impact of remapping services on your warranty terms.
Legal Compliance: You are responsible for ensuring that your vehicle modifications comply with all applicable local laws and regulations.
Accurate Information: You agree to provide truthful and accurate information about your vehicle’s condition and specifications during the remapping process.
Right to Refuse Service: We reserve the right to refuse service for any safety concerns or if remapping could harm your vehicle.
No Guaranteed Results: The outcomes of remapping may vary and we do not guarantee specific performance improvements due to variables such as your vehicle’s condition and specifications.
Waiver Requirement: We may require a waiver to be signed if deemed necessary to highlight potential risks involved with the remapping services.
EGR/DPF/LEGAL Information

EGR System: EGR (Exhaust Gas Recirculation) helps reduce vehicle emissions by recirculating a portion of an engine's exhaust gas back to the engine cylinders. Over time, this system can become clogged, affecting performance and efficiency.
DPF System: DPF (Diesel Particulate Filter) systems can also involve the EGR for heating and aid in regenerating the filter. Deleting the EGR can sometimes impair DPF functionality, potentially leading to blockages; however, in many cases, it does not adversely affect DPF regeneration.

Benefits of Deletion:

Enhanced engine power and fuel efficiency.
Reduced replacement costs, such as avoiding the expense of replacing a faulty EGR valve which can cost up to £600.

Legal Considerations:

DPF and EGR Removal: Under UK law, while removing the EGR is not illegal, using a vehicle that does not meet the emission standards it was originally designed to meet is an offence. Similarly, removing a DPF can lead to MOT failures and must be considered carefully.
Sensor and Code Removals: Deleting or disabling sensors like the O2 sensor, or clearing diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) without addressing underlying issues, can decrease vehicle efficiency, increase emissions, and may lead to MOT failure.
Adblue System Deletion: Disabling the Adblue system can also result in MOT failures and legal penalties.

Disclaimer: RPM Sussex is not liable for modifications mentioned. These should ideally be performed for off-road use in controlled environments to comply with legal standards.

At RPM Sussex, we focus on legal and environmentally responsible vehicle modifications and advise all modifications to be used strictly off-road, complying with applicable regulations. For any concerns or inquiries regarding vehicle modifications, please contact us directly for further guidance.