ECU & TCU Remaps
For various reasons manufacturers leave a lot on the table in terms of performance which is great for tuners. With just a software upgrade to the ECU or a remap as it's more commonly known, tuners are able to extract additional horsepower and torque from an engine without changing any of the hardware. This makes it a very cost effective modification in terms of the amount of power you gain compared to the cost.
If after you've released this extra power you still want more you can make hardware changes like a high flow intake system and high flow exhaust downpipe to remove the restrictive factory parts for example and modify the ECU software again to take advantage of the extra airflow through the engine that's now available releasing even more power and torque.
There are many companies out there that do this and the cost can vary widly but so does the quality which is why we only work with the best and most respected calibration experts to provide you with a quality product that will produce the best results without compromising the integrity of your engine.
We currently only offer APR software remaps for Volkswagen Audi Group vehicles. We are the Authorised APR dealer for Derbyshire and East Midlands.
Founded in 1997 in the USA, APR's sole mission to provide the highest quality and most highly engineered aftermarket performance products has led them to become the world's leading Volkswagen, Audi, Seat, Skoda & Porsche tuning specialist and their ECU software upgrades are widely regarded as the best on the market.
APR also design and manufacture their own range of high quality hardware upgrades such as intakes, exhausts, intercoolers and even turbo kits to compliment their software.
APR software is available in various different stages to suit your power requirements and the hardware you have installed and there's a choice of files available to suit different fuel octanes, it's not a one size fits all upgrade like some other tuners offer.
All of their software is developed on their multiple engine and chassis dynos at their facility in America and then road tested all around the world before being released to the public. This development process often takes countless hours over several months to ensure the perfect tune is achieved.