Engine Remapping

Engine Remaps

Engine remaps are also used for the removal of DPF and EGR valve. They can also be used in the removal of catalytic converters. These methods are frequently required in off road or track racing vehicles were there are no legal requirements for MOT or emission testing.

Results and benefits of what I do

Increase engine efficiency and engine life

This will provide a better combustion in the cylinder, leading to less carbon build up in the engine. An engine clean with less carbon build up will have a greater longevity and able to handle more mileage.

Environment and Economy

When creating fuel economy, the main goal is to create optimum engine efficiency. When a car is programmed for economy, power gains are also achieved as a result of efficiency.

To make an engine efficient, a key factor would be to have good combustion, thus decreasing unburnt fuel after combustion has taken place. This will carry the vehicle with less effort required from the engine. When there is a greater percentage of the fuel burnt, less emissions are produced,  leading to cleaner environment.


Power remaps are the most popular remaps. Modifications made to a motor vehicle would usually be put in place in order to increase the power of the engine. With performance remaps, adjustments are made to parameters in the maps inside the ECU (electronic control unit), this is why it is known as engine remapping. When adjustments are made for a performance remap, the ECU is programmed to create power gains in the engine. Turbo cars can achieve up to a 35% power increase with huge torque gains, whereas naturally aspirated engine could reach power gains of up to 20%.

How to avoid engine damage

With Bluepoint Performance you can set your mind at ease as we go through measures of diagnostic checks to make sure your vehicle is suitable for an engine remap. This process, along with the remapping of the vehicle is performed by trained technicians.