Speed Limiter Removal
Vantuner were the 1st in the UK to develop & publicly offer a comprehensive range of limiter removal solutions & can quickly remove factory , dealer or aftermarket speed limiters found , with some exceptions., on most UK vans. Vantuner remove’s limiters where other technicians have failed & despite what some main VW, Peugeot or Citroen dealers say, you wont need a new ECU !
Ex British Gas / Transco Vauxhall Combo & Corsa C Vans , 1.3CDTI 70 mph Speed Limiter – most years covered..
Corsa C & “D” / Combo 1.3 /1300 CDTI – commonly a 68mph / 70 / 74 mph limiter on Ex BT , Openreach, & British Gas vans etc..
Fiat Punto & Grande Punto & Fiorino 1.3 MJD multijet , 2008 on, inc. Ex EON , often set at 70mph.
Fiat Doblo 1.3 & most 1.6 – ex utility company , usually 2010 onwards.
VW Caddy SDI 2.0 & TDI 1.9 , 2.0 & 1.6 models – all including Ex Transco/British Gas & no problem on the trickier 2009 onwards vans or 1.6 models. The 75 &102ps 1.6 tune well also – 130ps anyone ?
Mk7 Transits & Transit Sportvan -( 2006.5 on ) removing the “lower” limiter, (56, 60, 62, 70 mph) & also the 100mph one ( 104 on speedo) – all models inc. 200ps & including sticky ones that wont budge or appear to have been removed but limit remains…for example 115ps Econetic models.
Mk7 Euro 5 2012 on & Transit Custom – Upper 100/105 mph limiter & lower limiters like 56, 62, 70 etc, including the more difficult 100mph limit on some newer 125ps software versions. Econetic 62 & 70mph limiters removed no problem.
Mk6 Transit 00-06 “Puma” engined TDDI & TDCI – commonly 56mph, 60 or 62mph on ex-council vans… & 70/75 mph on some ex rental vans.
Custom & MK8 , 2.2 “Puma” & 2.0 “Panther” Manual & Auto all limiters killed along with DPF & Ad-Blue removal services.
Transit Connect 2002 to date 75/90/115ps TDDI & TDCI all years – 70mph limiter on many ex-BT & British Gas / Transco & Speedy Hire vans & the 110mph upper limit on some new 1.5 & 1.6 Connect Mk2’s
VW Transporter T5 & T5.1 limiter removal, all models 1.9/2.0/2.5 84 to 180ps , tested to date inc. 2018
Trafic / Vivaro /Primastar , 1.9/2.0 & new 1.6 Euro 5/6 models, commonly 70mph on Ex Openreach / BT Vans but all limits & models covered to date.
Peugeot Boxer , Citroen Relay 2800/2.8, up to 2006 , commonly 62mph.
Renault Master, Vauxhall Movano 2003 onwards 100/120/160ps 2.3 ,2.5 & 3.0 Dci, limiter removed , even with tacho in place.
LDV Convoy with Transit 2.4 Duratorq lump. Speed limiter removal, (commonly 56mph on ex royal mail van’s & 62mph on minibuses converted to campers)
LDV Maxus -all 100 & 120 & 135ps models
VW LT34 & LT46 2.5 or 2.8 Tdi – removal of all including the common factory 56mph speed limiter on the 46 Version.
VW Crafter all models from 2007 to date 56 / 60mph / 70 etc speed limiter removal, also DPF removal & Ad-Blue off.
Fiat Ducato Peugeot Boxer & Citroen Relay Euro 4 & Euro 5 JTD 130/160 etc – 56/60/68/70 speed limiter removal available , All 2.3 & 3.0 litre models & also many 2.2 Boxer & Relay/Jumper 2012-2016 Euro 5 models.
Iveco Daily – all models with an ECU, so that’s from about 2001 onwards, EG: 35c11 , 35s12 35c15. 65c15 & 65c17 65c18 etc , Tesco other supermarket delivery vans using the “Agile ” semi auto gearboxes these are 2.3’s from around 2009 & also Euro 5/6 2012 on models right up to this year’s. (Updated March ’18)
Peugeot Partner & Citroen Berlingo – not currently offering a removal service.
Mercedes Sprinter – virtually all models up to date , adjusted or removed. Dpf /Egr delete offered also.
Minibuses (even if used solely privately) require a 62mph / 100kmh limiter by law & can only have their limiters removed if some or all seats are removed. You can have a maximum of 8 passenger seats + the drivers. So vantuner can help if it’s already converted or conversion to non bus use is under way.
See the word doc in this link to confirm i am not talking shite : MinibusSpeedLimiters
Many van speed limiter removals can be carried out in our workshop “by post” – see the postal remaps page.
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