At 117Speed we offer stage 2 remap software and hardware upgrades to meet your stage 2 remap requirements, extracting maximum vehicle performance and improving the way your vehicle feels and sounds on the road.

Stage 2 remap Services - Manchester

A stage 2 remap is an ECU software calibration that requires the upgrade of vehicle hardware to extract maximum performance from the vehicle. Depending on your vehicle, upgrades include – Exhaust system, Air intake, intercooler and software calibrations to the gearbox (TCU remapping).

The team at 117Speed provide a stage 2 remap service that delivers the ultimate vehicle transformation, upgrading both hardware and software to extract maximum performance from your vehicle.

How we perform a stage 2 Remap

All of our Stage 2 ECU Remap calibrations are developed at 117Speed HQ using our state-of-the-art 4-wheel-drive BAPRO dynamometer. 

Our Stage 2 Remap calibrations are meticulously refined through several rounds of calibrating and are dyno-tested to ensure precise adjustments to ensure we meet the stage 2 remap requirements of our customer whether it be for a track-ready development or road use.


Vehicle diagnostics

We know that not all vehicles are the same due to manufacturer inconsistencies and hardware wear and tear over time. 

Before performing a stage 2 remap we perform a full vehicle diagnostics check using OBD2Link and AutoFlash. We scan for fault codes that may not be showing on your dash whilst also carrying out a visual inspection to ensure the hardware is in working order and safe for tuning.

How much bhp does a stage 2 remap add?

With our stage 2 remap you can expect up to a 30-40% increase in power and torque. Improving acceleration with more power lower down in the rev range, quicker throttle response and improved fuel economy. 

With our stage 2 remap your vehicle will receive significant performance gains. A stage 2 remap will increase power by around 30-40%, and torque by around 20-30%, improving BHP and throttle response. These numbers will vary depending on the vehicle being tuned but we can guarantee:

  • More Horsepower
  • More Torque
  • Improved throttle response
  • Improved engine tractability


Yes, you need to tell your insurance provider if your car engine has been remapped. In car insurance terms, remapping or chipping is considered a car modification, even if it’s one you can’t actually see. If you don’t inform your insurance provider, it could invalidate your policy.
Your vehicle will still pass its MOT test after a remap. The remap does not affect your MOT.
A car remap will void your engine’s warranty (including the turbo or supercharger), and it may also void your clutch and gearbox warranty too. Most manufacturer warranties will not detect the software upgrades made to the vehicle upon inspection and software can be returned to stock ahead of inspections to avoid that awkward conversation.

A Stage 2 remap is a safe and effective way to improve the performance of your vehicle. The 117Speed team provide full diagnostic services before your vehicle software is calibrated to ensure your vehicle is in good health and safe to remap.