Blueprinting is literally making the components to the blueprint I.e the exact design rather than to a tolerance. (E.g. if a piston should weigh 10+/- 0.5 then a normal engine would have pistons weighing e.g. 10.5 10.2 9.8 9.5 and be in tolerance, a blueprinted engine would be 4 x 10 ). Has the advantage of a smoother tighter engine that can take more abuse...Thank you for this detailed explanation. As I read the above - I get the impression that "Chipping" and "Mapping" are the same thing. Did I get that right?
Years ago I was aware of something called "blueprinting" an engine to extract a tad more power. Is "Chipping" and "Mapping" the same thing (modernized equivalent of) blueprinting?
no one has “blueprinted” a motor transmission combination as far as I know.