How our process of chip remapping works

With our innovative products and services, we have made it possible for everyone to receive top quality tuning of your vehicle, from the comfort of your own home.

Traditionally a service available at specialized shops. We are now using new technology, remote consulting, and customer service through the internet, to break down the barriers.

The best part is that our process is so easy you can do it yourself.

Carry on reading for a description of our process.

Step 1

Place an order for your console by adding it to your cart and completing the purchase. We offer free shipping to the United States (excluding Alaska, Hawaii, and US territories) and Europe.

Step 2

After receiving your console, you simply plug it into your vehicle’s OBD-socket (On-Board Diagnostics socket). The OBD-socket, included in most modern vehicles, are usually found in the cockpit. Once it’s plugged in, a guide will pop up on the console’s touch screen, guiding you step by step on how to make a copy of the engine’s default software settings. When you have completed the guide, the console will contain a copy of your vehicle’s software, and you can unplug it.

Step 3

With the console now having a copy of your vehicle’s default software settings, you upload the software file to your computer via a USB-cable. Every console purchased from us comes with a USB-cable included. Uploading the software file is as easy as transferring pictures from a camera to the computer. You then send us the software file by attaching it to an e-mail. The typical size of the file is between 2 to 4 MB, meaning it doesn’t require much of your broadband.

Step 4

Our experienced software designers will then start working on optimizing the software file. We work Mondays through Fridays. We usually return the software files already the next business day, if we receive it before 12:00 (GMT +1) on weekdays.

When you receive the optimized file from us via e-mail, you once again plug the console to your computer. You then copy the optimized software file to the console.

Step 5

The console is now fully equipped with the optimized software file. Once more you plug the console into your vehicle’s OBD-socket. Your console will then give you two choices, default or optimized software. Select the optimized software file, and the console will start overwriting the default software settings, this usually takes between 2 to 15 minutes to complete.

Step 6

Your vehicle is now fully optimized, and you can unplug the console. No need to carry the device while driving. Meaning, you will reap the benefits of enhanced performance without additional boxes or loose wiring in your vehicle’s cockpit.