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What is a Stage One Remap?

A stage one remap is an adjustment to the engine control unit (ECU) of a vehicle. Think of it as your car’s personal computer. It tells the car how much power it can use. A stage one remap will override the default settings of your vehicle’s ECU, allowing it to draw more power or better fuel efficiency than it would stock from the manufacturer.

What’s The Difference Between a Stage One Remap and a Stage Two Remap?

As previously mentioned, a stage one remap is purely a reconfiguration of existing software within your vehicle. The only modification is to the ECU, which tells the engine how to draw more power. Stage two refers to the physical hardware on a car, such as performance exhausts, cooling systems, and bigger turbos. By adding additional performance hardware, you can improve your cars speed, power, and fuel economy. At the current time, we do not offer stage two remaps.

Will a Remap Affect My Car's Warranty?

During servicing some manufacturers software will be able to tell if a car has had its ECU adapted, however, this will read as a software update. As such, this could affect your manufacturer or dealer warranty.