|Car Model||Standard Stock Ratings||Remapped Ratings|
|Ford Transit Custom 2.0 EcoBlue TDCi (2018)||168 bhp / 405 Nm||188 bhp / 460 Nm|
|Audi TT S Line 2.0 TDI Ultra (2016)||182 bhp / 380 Nm||218 bhp / 450 Nm|
|VW Amarok 3.0 TDI CR (2018)||202 bhp / 500 Nm||317 bhp / 680 Nm|
|VW Golf VII 2.0 GTI (2015)||217 bhp / 350 Nm||296 bhp / 450 Nm|
|VW Golf VII 2.0 TSI R (2018)||306 bhp / 380 Nm||346 bhp / 460 Nm|
What is BHP?
Brake horsepower – or BHP – is the most widely used measure of engine power.
Unlike ‘horsepower’, which refers to an engine’s total output, brake horsepower only looks at the amount of energy left once other parts such as the gearbox, alternator and water pump have all been powered. It’s measured at the road wheels, not at the flywheel.
What is Torque?
Torque refers to the amount of pulling power an engine delivers when working at different speeds. The more torque an engine has, the more pull (or acceleration) it offers at lower revs. Torque is nearly always discussed alongside brake horsepower, as it gives clues to how quickly the engine will be able to shift the car’s weight when overtaking or pulling away from traffic lights
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