Old Skool Engine Tuning in Durham
Spread The Word – Old Skool Engine Tuning with a 21’s century twist using the latest in advanced high-tech engine tuning equipment so its better than ever.
Get Your Classic Ready For This Summer !
Carburetor’s & Fuel Injected Engines
CO Mixture Setup
2wd Health Power Run’s
Much Much More.
All for the Classics !
From Durham’s biggest named tuners in the 90’s on Krypton/Allen/Bear/Sun engine tuning service’s back in the day,
add that with our knowledge that we have now, we haven’t forgot, we just got better. Old Skool Engine Tuning
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North East Remaps – 0191 3759404
Old Skool Engine Tuning with a 21’s century twist using the latest in advanced high-tech , Get Your Old Skool Engine Ready For This Summer !
Banger Racing Barford Raceway
Not a bad start to a new season with 2 wins out of 4… For us North East Remaps
Banger Racing Barford Raceway
Vauxhall Remap Durham
Looking for Vauxhall Remap Durham ? We can help with All Vauxhall Remaps in Durham and surrounding areas
Vauxhall Remap Durham – Insignia – 2.0 CDTI – 160
With typical gains like :-
Model: 2.0 CDTI – 160 Original HP: 157
Tuned HP: 185
HP Increase: 28
% Increase: 17%
Original Nm: 350
Tuned Nm: 400
Nm Increase: 50
% Increase: 14%
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Here at North East Remaps we offer a wide range of Dpf solutions to help you with the troublesome problem’s when your car is unable to regenerate correctly.
We can help with the full diagnostics to ensure that the partical filter is the issue and nothing else, we see and get phone calls all of the time with miss diagnostics already carried out on the car due to insufficient training in this area.
We offer a full wide range of DPF solutions inc..
DPF rejuvenate flushing
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Dpf Flushing in Durham
BHP vs HP Whats the difference ?
HP is a measurement which is used during ads for cars, and it’s also something that you will often hear being used by those who work in garage workshops, or even car enthusiasts, but what about the term Brake Horsepower, or BHP? The difference between the two is what we will now explain.
Let’s start with what HP is all about. Invented by James Watt, horsepower originally measured the amount of work, that a horse lifting coal out of a coal mine, could do in a minute. Back then, one HP equated to 33,000 foot-pounds. Today, you can easily convert HP into different units, like 1 HP that equates to 746 Watts.
However, the most common use of HP as a unit, is to measure the power of an engine which you can determine by attaching it to a dynamometer, rolling road or dyno. What HP actually measures, is the maximum rate of acceleration and the top speed of the car.
On the other hand, BHP Brake Horsepower measures the HP of an engine without considering the loss in power that is caused by some parts of the engine, like the alternator, gearbox, water pump and other auxiliary parts, classed as transmission losses, or wheel losses.
There are actually no other key differences between BHP and HP, other than the fact that when BHP is measured, the engine torque is determined by applying a break to the flywheel as opposed to using a calculation torque converter, like in the case of HP.
1. HP is the output horsepower rating of an engine at the flywheel, while BHP is the input brake horsepower of an engine, typically under a dyno loaded acceleration run.
2. BHP is the measurement of an engine’s power without any power losses, while HP is BHP less the power losses. typically under a dyno inertia acceleration power run.
3. WHP Wheel Horse Power unlike BHP, WHP is the power output measured at the wheels, This is the information a rolling road or dyno run provides and usually reads around *15 per cent less than the power measured at the engine (bhp) – this is because power is lost in the drivetrain (including clutch and transmission).
Here at North East Remaps we test all 3 plus more on our accurate Dastek Rolling Road.
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