Eco Vehicle Tuning – Fleet Tuning

We can recalibrate your vehicles to your requirements to enable fuel savings, RPM / speed restrictions and a reduction in C02 emissions. Therefore protecting your business assets and reducing your overall running costs.

We understand that driving styles can adversely affect your operational costs and not just in fuel, but servicing and maintaining your vehicles – not to mention lost revenue whilst the vehicles are being repaired. Our Fleet Management Solution can enforce a driving style so that maximum efficiency can be achieved and ensure your running costs are kept to a minimum.

Manufacturers place restrictions on your engines ECU to cater for those who operate poor service schedules or who use low quality fuels. Let us optimize the performance of your vehicle by removing these limitations placed upon it and enjoy the vehicle the way it was intended to be.

With engines becoming ever increasingly modular to keep manufacturing costs down, it is common place for manufacturers to simply remap engines ECU to provide the varying outputs which in turn they sell at inflated prices. This alone shows you the tolerances available in a modern engine. With reliability as important to us as it is to you, we offer a safe and reliable ECU Remap solution for tuning your engine.

Benefits of RPM & Maximum Speed Limiters

  • Prevents the driver from cruising at high speeds saving fuel
  • Prevents the driver from hard driving, typically limited to 3,000rpm, saving fuel
  • Increases engine longevity due to more sedate driving
  • Can increase service times for variable service schedules
  • Reduces overall CO2 output

Enforced Driving Style

The following charts are actual data from a Vw Caddy 1.9 TDi 102bhp. They highlight a typical driver profile that many fleets experience. EVT eco recalibration allows fleet managers to restrict driver behaviour ensuring protection of the vehicle, improved fuel economy and a reduction in C02 emissions.

The graphs show the drivers behaviour over the recorded journey. It shows that the driver spent most of the time between 3,500-4,500rpm and 80%+ throttle position. In basic it is a perfect example of hard driving.

The graphs show the drivers behaviour over the recorded journey. It shows that the driver spent most of the time between 1,750-2,500pm and 40-60%+ throttle position. This chart is after the vehicle has been economy tuned and rev restricted, a perfect economy drive.