Remapping can be a great way to improve the performance of a car. However, if you are going to invest in it, you want the best value for money. Reidy Remaps offers just that, providing bespoke remaps for the same price as generic ones. We also use the best equipment to gather data on your vehicle. This includes the most reliable rolling roads in Somerset. Ours is a 1000bhp 2WD Dyno.
What is the current performance?
Some tuning companies don’t use rolling roads when they remap a vehicle. However, this can be a bad strategy. It is better to begin by getting the most accurate idea of the current performance. This can provide a baseline and will show how much improvement there is after the remap.
A reliable way to measure the performance is to use a dyno to simulate driving on a road. Doing so can provide lots of useful data, particularly about the current power output, bhp and peak torque. With a constant rpm on the dyno, it is possible to map the whole engine.
With the rolling road data it is easier to write a new, bespoke map for the engine. This is far better than choosing generic remapping. It is more likely to deliver the best performance improvements.
Once the remapping is complete, the vehicle can go back on the rolling road to test the new performance. This shows just how much you have gained from the new map. You can test full throttle runs to see how much the bhp has changed. You can also look for any issues.
Book time on a rolling road in Somerset
At Reidy Remaps our goal is to ensure we get the most performance gains on every single vehicle. Our team are perfectionists and never settle for guesswork or offering generic remaps. Instead, we use the highest quality equipment and write bespoke remaps. That results in a better service from start to finish.
We are confident we have the highest quality rolling roads in Somerset, ensuring our equipment is first rate. So, if you want to arrange remapping or want to book a day on the rolling road just to measure your vehicle’s performance, rely on us. You can get in touch if you have any questions about our services. However, please note we do not currently have the facilities to dyno test 4 wheel drive vehicles.