If you’ve a heavily modified vehicle, for example, upgraded turbocharger, injectors, supercharger etc. (or for anything custom built), it’s safe to say you’ll need the car remapping on the dyno. The reason for this is that your modifications will likely be unique and require tweaking more than a stage 1 or stage 2 tune.
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A dyno or rolling road is an effective and safe way to determine vehicle behaviour as if it was being driven on the road.
Our 2wd Dyno Developments rolling road is also capable of steady-state tuning, meaning we can hold the engine at a particular RPM to see how it behaves in the event that the car is experiencing flat spots or issues at a particular rev range.
We provide custom tuning sessions for heavily modified vehicles. This is an all-day session on the dyno where we provide multiple file revisions until we’re happy with engine power, safety and vehicle behaviour.
Please note, despite our system being 2wd and not 4wd, we are still able to run most modern 4wd systems as one of the axels can be disengaged and have all of the power sent to 1 axel.
We use genuine tools and high-calibre tunes to ensure maximum safety when tuning your vehicle.
We’re fully insured, have our own in-house Dyno Developments rolling road, are IMI accredited & provide custom calibrations for all of our customers vehicles.
Our workshop showcases a beautiful waiting area, complete with tea & coffee making facilities, a comfy sofa & entertainment. We have a viewing window so that you’re able to see what’s going on when we work on your car.
We offer various flexible payment solutions to our customers. We’ve teamed with Klarna and Payment Assist to give you the utmost choice when it comes to paying for your services with Phantom Tuning.
Utilising these payment processors and finance providers means you can opt for 0% short-term finance OR pay in 30 days time!
When booking online, simply choose which provider you want to go with during the checkout process.
Check out the most frequently asked ECU remapping questions.
Have questions about gearbox tuning? We’ve got FAQ’s and more info for you here, see below.
Want your car on the rollers? Learn more about how they work and what ours can do for you.