Will My Car Go On A Rolling Road
The answer is no – when we remap your vehicle, we do not use, nor need to use a rolling road to get safe, reliable, and achievable improvements from remapping your vehicle.
We’ve remapped well over 4,000 vehicles in our time, and have done so without the use of a rolling road. Our remaps are optimized and built for real-world driving conditions, not a race track.
A lot of our customers & other car owners want peace of mind knowing that their pride & joy has been remapped within safe limits of what their engine is truly capable of.
When a car is tuned on a rolling road, in a lot of cases, it’s done to get the maximum performance output of the vehicle. Sometimes causing extra wear and tear on components earlier, and even needs to upgrade other aspects of the engine to cope with the extra power.
Why Your Car Doesn’t Need A Rolling Road To Be Remapped
Remapping involves changing the software that controls your car’s engine and how it drives. This can be done for a number of reasons, including increased power and torque, improving fuel economy, and improving drivability.
While a rolling road is a way to remap an engine, in our experience it’s not necessary or required for someone wanting to get safe and reliable power improvements from their engine. A rolling road remap is typically used by a driver to extract the best performance out of an engine and used to combine other modifications to make the remap perform as best as it can. Other modifications can include a different turbo, intercooler, air filters, and more.
How Does A Rolling Road Work
A rolling road is a piece of equipment that can be used to remap high-powered and high-performance cars. It is usually found at specialist remapping companies that specialize in getting the highest performance gains out of an engine. The car will need to be driven onto the rollers and the engine will need to be running for the duration of the remap.
Once the car is on the rollers, the technician will carry out a series of tests and adjustments to the engine management system. This will then be stored in the ECU and will form the new map for the car.
Does My Car Need To Go On A Rolling Road
No, you don’t need to remap your car if you’re looking for more power or a fuel economy boost. Our remaps are designed to work with real-world driving conditions in mind, not a race track. With a professional remapping company, you can get great results without risking any damage to your engine, and have the added peace of mind with a Warranty and Money-Back Guarantee.
Our high-quality remaps can add some amazing gains in both horsepower and torque, making a significant difference in your vehicle’s performance without replacing expensive parts or causing stress on the engine. So if you want safe and achievable performance gains without jeopardizing your engine, then a rolling road is definitely not required for your remap.
Your Vehicle Doesn’t Need A Rolling Road To Be Remapped
If you’re looking to increase the power and performance of your car without causing any extra stress on the engine, an Ace Remap may be just what you need. Our team of experts can personalize a remap for your vehicle that will give you safe and achievable gains in both horsepower and torque – without needing to be tuned on a rolling road and accompanied with a money-back guarantee and warranty.
To find out exactly how much power your car can gain from our remaps, get in touch today for a free, no-obligation quote.