Our maps are proven time and time again as reliable and effective. Even though we can offer incredible gains in power and torque, we also believe in safe and sensible tuning - that’s why our customers return time and time again. We offer a lifetime warranty against any software malfunctions, furthermore, all original maps are backed up on a dedicated server allowing the vehicle to be reverted back to the original format at any point in the future.
Before carrying out any remapping we always carry out a full diagnostic health check to ensure the vehicle is in the correct state of health and no current engine issues are present. We believe that drivability and reliability is as important as performance and therefore when you choose to tune with Avon Tuning you can rest assured that your vehicle is in safe hands.
Increasingly popular with rising fuel prices, we are able to recalibrate the ECU data to improve fuel efficiency. The increase in torque will allow less gear changes and accelerator pedal movement thus resulting in improved MPG and drivability.
Stage 1 Tuning
Designed for a standard and unmodified vehicle with no hardware upgrades. A Stage 1 Remap increases power and torque while also improving fuel efficiency. Removes flat spots and gives a more responsive drive without compromising reliability.
Stage 2 Tuning
Bigger increase in power and torque than a Stage 1 Remap, efficiency will still improve but not as dramatically as a Stage 1 Tune. Often hardware upgrades are required before a Stage 2 Remap can be applied. Removes flat spots and gives a more responsive drive without compromising reliability.
Stage 3 and Above
Up-rated hardware will be required, the numerous hardware additions require a fully bespoke remap carried out on our rolling road where parameters can be monitored in a safe and reliable way. There are exceptions to this, where Stage 3 and above development has already been carried out on your specific vehicle. Please contact us with your spec list and we can provide a custom quote and offer advice on the required hardware upgrades.