You can buy all licenses and maps in our web shop. After purchase you will receive one or more voucher codes through e-Mail to redeem in the App. The voucher codes only work once and every product is stored on your personal account together with the VIN of the vehicle, once it is redeemed. This means you can use xHP on as many devices as you like. Just install xHP, login with your account and all data will be restored from our servers. Please make sure to redeem the codes for the correct car and only when being logged in with your personal account. Once a license is mapped to a certain account, this cannot be reverted.
Licenses and Map-Packs cannot be forwarded to other users under any circumstances, but we do forward them one-time to another vehicle of yourself in certain cases. Please read our FAQ for more information.
“General Flash License” and “Map-Pack” are non-user-transferable, non-refundable items!
General Flash License
This License enables unlimited flashing for a singlevehicle. With the “General Flash License” you can either buy and flash OTS Maps or use the built-in Custom Functions to customize your stock map. The General Flash License already includes all of the xHP Custom Functions, like the Shift map Editor, Custom Launch-Control and more. This means you can already tweak your stock transmissions behavior to a certain degree with this License. Please see in the respective Chapter of the Knowledge Base for the offered options. Advanced and full remapping can only be done through our OTS Map-Packs.
OTS Map Packs
For every supported vehicle we have developed a set of 3 Maps, which are grouped in our OTS Map Packs. The maps reflect different driver-styles and can all be easily further customized with the Custom Functions built-in to xHP. Imagine the Stage 1 map to be the most relaxed calibration, while Stage 2 and Stage 3 gradually get sharper. As a general rule, our maps always are fully usable in every vehicle on a daily basis. For example, D/Comfort mode is always smooth shifting even on a Stage 3 map, but it may shift down earlier or react quicker to driver inputs compared to Stage 1. Just how everyone drives different with a stick, everyone has different expectations and preferences, how an Automatic-Transmission is supposed to behave. This is also true for the Maps. Certain changes or features from one car, may not be there or different on another supported car. There is no “universal” Stage 3 map. So be sure to read the details, below the Stage 3 map of your car’s type code.