What are the differences between an optimized ECU Remap and a standard remap?

A standard remap means that the same modified program will be loaded for a given hardware and software version. That does not mean it is always a bad way to proceed, but it can’t guarantee fully optimized results. This explains why using a car dyno is necessary to validate the results. On the dyno, the torque is measured against RPMs and the power is then calculated mathematically at the same RPMS. If the results are not providing full satisfaction (which happens more often than one thinks), the program is modified until it provides the expected results. That corresponds to real optimized engine ECU remapping, which is the only way that RS QUATTRO does ECU remaps!