|About||Vehicle tuning - covering almost any vehicle. We have a MAHA rolling road and can carry out power runs with print outs. Pendle Performance main agent.|
TH Performance are specialists in providing the very best tuning files and modifications for your vehicle.
We specialise in VW Transporter vans, Ford Focus/Fiesta's and most other marques we can also have tuned for you. We use both Pendle Performance and Collins Performance to provide us with the very best tuning services in the market.
TH performance's aim is 100% total customer satisfaction. We pride ourself on giving the highest degree of service what ever vehicle you drive.
Q: How long does the Remapping take?
A: 1-2 Hours is needed to remap your car as we carry out a full car diagnostics before and after.
Q: Do I come to you, or are you mobile?
A: We are based in Havant however we can travel to you at a cost of £1 per mile (from PO9 1JH) to come to you.
Q: Can I wait with the Car?
A: You are more than welcome to wait with me while the remapping is taking place, most people enjoy watching the process of the remap, but please be aware it does take a few hours.
Q: Why don't the manufactures do this from standard?
A: Manufacturers have to allow for the fact that the vehicle could be going anywhere in the world. This is significant because they have to allow for constantly hot climates very cold climates, and very poor fuels. They also have to allow for customers abusing the car, for example completely missing services. When we re-map your vehicle, it’s mainly for performance, however, it is also fine tuning the engine to run perfectly, as each individual engine is different. When we're finished, your car will run as it always should have done.
Q: Can any car be remapped?
A: Most diesel vehicles can be, just get in touch and we will check for you.
Q: Why is re-mapping a better option than a plug in tuning box?
A: The option other than a proper re-map is a plug in tuning box. We often get asked which is best. The simple answer is a full re-map. A tuning box simply gives false sensor values throughout the complete rev-range. The ECU is constantly