Who Are We?
The Carolinas leading European vehicle enhancer with an available team of engineers capable of providing software to upgrade the basic level of programming for select European models. We have the ability to tailor and unlock additional potential for each vehicle. Our focus points include increasing horsepower and torque, retain factory reliability, raise octane readings to 93 Octane (R+M)/2 and improving fuel economy up to 10% - 15%, improved throttle response, Increased rev limiter, removing top speed limiter and most importantly smooth and quick acceleration with no flat spots or hesitations.This allows each vehicle to perform like the factory engineers intended, leading to maximized efficiency and driving pleasure.
Dealership Alternative Maintenance and Repair Services are Now Available!
We have partnered with Z-Mech Eurocars who is Trusted and Certified with over 20 years of experience in European Automotive Maintenance and Repair. Servicing brands such as Alfa Romeo, Aston Martin, Audi, Bentley, BMW, Bugatti, Ferrari, Fiat, Jaguar, Lamborghini, Land Rover/Range Rover, Maserati, Maybach, McLaren, Mercedes Benz, Mini, Porsche, Rolls Royce, Smart, Volkswagen and Volvo. Whether you drive a top-of-the-line or an entry-level vehicle, Z-Mech Eurocars has you covered!
Bolt-On Performance Upgrade Services are Now Available!
Performance Software isn't always the only upgrade you can do to your vehicle; it could also use some Performance Hardware upgrades. Contact us to find out more about aftermarket performance bolt-on upgrades to match style and aesthetics.
What is an ECU?An ECU can be referred to as a few different things. Common references are Engine Control Unit or Electronic Control Unit. Sometimes also referred to as ECM, Engine Control Module or Electronic Control Module.
What does reprogramming an ECU do?Data from the factory ECU is pulled which is then read and altered accordingly and loaded back into the vehicles ECU. With these alterations it will typically advance ignition timing and then adjust fuel parameters to account for the changes in variables which also result in increased horsepower and torque.
Do I need it?Well, "if you ain't first, you're last" in the words of Ricky Bobby. So unless you're an enthusiast and want to maximize the efficiency of what your vehicle is truly capable of, you probably don't need it. Manufacturers leave room in their factory programming for enhancements. This could be due to not wanting to encroach the mechanical limitations of the engine or to meet emissions requirements.