Did you know that the ECU or chip in your car may be holding you back? If you aren’t experiencing the kind of acceleration or power you expect when you put your foot down it could be because your car utilises stock data in the engine management system and this is not configured for your personal driving conditions and style. With ECU remapping, or car chipping, you can enjoy improved acceleration and greater power from your car.
Flat spots in acceleration can be a real problem in some cars. You put your foot down and enjoy initial acceleration but you reach a certain level where the car labours and struggles to pick up more speed. These flat spots could be an indication that ECU remapping will give you a greater driving experience free from such troubles.
Personalise to your driving style
The data that is used in your car is more than likely used in all cars of the same model all around the world. Considering the varying driving conditions, emissions legislation, and requirements in different markets, this means that the car manufacturer needs to create data that encompasses many different peoples’ requirements. Ultimately, this means that nobody gets quite the data that suits them but all conditions are met. With car chipping you can have this data replaced with data that is personal to your driving style, driving conditions, and your preferences.
Obviously it’s important that your continues to meet emissions legislation. If it doesn’t then it will fail its MOT and you will need to have the car remapped once again. As such, you should ensure that you use a car chipping company that is both reputable and reliable; one that can remap your car so that you enjoy greatly improved acceleration but without costing you time and money at your next MOT.
Leading car chipping company
DIAGTech is a leading car chipping company that can help greatly improve the performance of your car. Not only will you enjoy improved acceleration and experience fewer flat spots when you put your foot down but you will get greater power and you could benefit with lower petrol bills too.