How much HP does a Stage 1 remap add?
Stage 1 remaps & remapping Power gains are usually around 15% percent on NASP engines and 30% on turbocharged engines.
Diesel remaps nearly always produce more economy at these low levels of tune.
Most start at Stage 1 & quickly progress to stage 2.
We recommend you go straight in at stage 2!.
How does a remap increase power?
The main power increase from a remap is the result of injecting more diesel into the engine when the driver requests full power. Alongside the increased level of fuel flow, there are other considerations: Injection Timing – It is important to calculate the optimum start to the injection period.
How much HP can a remap add?
You can expect a 20-30% increase in bhp and torque after a remap. This extra performance is accessible across the rev range, particularly at low revs and in the mid-range. A typical 30-70mph run will be reduced by 1.5-2 seconds, and your car will pull better at higher speeds.
Can a remap be detected?
Is a Superchips remap detectable by the dealer? In most cases, no. Some manufacturers can tell that something has changed, but not necessarily what.
Will a remap make my car faster?
It also means they can release a faster, more powerful version at a later date. Remapping the software and fine-tuning the engine can increase a car’s power and torque output, and maximise its overall performance by as much as 35%.
Can remapping damage your engine?
Some people are concerned that engine remapping could cause problems with their car. But it shouldn’t affect reliability if you use a reputable company such as Superchips. Its technical director Jamie Turvey told us: “Remapping does put extra strain on an engine, but not a dangerous amount.