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  • What is Dyno Tuning

What is Dyno Tuning?

An Introduction to Dyno Tuning Dyno tuning, short for dynamometer tuning, is a process used to optimise a vehicle's engine performance by fine-tuning various parameters while running on a dynamometer. A dynamometer, often called a dyno, measures an engine's power output and allows mechanics and tuners to simulate real-world driving conditions in a controlled environment. Dyno tuning is popular among car enthusiasts, racing teams, and performance shops because it allows for precise adjustments tailored to an individual vehicle's specific characteristics. It helps maximise power output, improve fuel efficiency, and enhance overall drivability. Dyno tuning should ideally be performed by experienced

What is ECU Remapping?

What is ECU Remapping? ECU remapping, also known as ECU tuning or chipping, is a process of reprogramming or modifying the engine control unit (ECU) of a vehicle to improve its performance, fuel efficiency, or other parameters. The ECU is a computer that manages and controls various aspects of an internal combustion engine, such as fuel injection, ignition timing, air-fuel mixture, and turbocharger boost pressure. ECU remapping involves altering the settings and parameters stored in the software to optimise the engine's performance. Remaps can be done by a professional tuner or at specialised tuning shops. Here are some of

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