FAQ

Q: What is ECU Tuning?

A: ECU tuning is modifying the vehicle’s electronic control unit (ECU) settings to achieve superior performance, like bette fuel efficiency and more power.

Q: Does ECU tuning safe? Why manufacturers do not offer ECU tuning?

A: Manufacturers generally use a conservative electronic control unit map to allow for individual engine variations as well as infrequent servicing and poor-quality fuel. We always put safety as number 1 concern. As we have mentioned above, manufacturers generally use a conservative ECU map to allow worse condition. ECU tuning is releasing the potential power of the engine, it is reliable and safe as long as you do regular maintenance and keep the same fuel quality. 

Q: Will it cost more fuel after ECU tuning?

A: The ECU tuning is not to increase the horsepower by multi-injection, but to re-match and adjust the fuel supply and ignition curves. The computer performs the best air and fuel matching according to the relevant sensor signals, Most of the customers says that the car became more powerful, and it was more fuel efficient than before, it feels good after the tune. However, if you like to push hard, then it will cost a little bit more, it is depends on driver’s driving habit.

However, if you are getting the pop&bang feature, it will cost more fuel.

Q: Does ECU tuning harm to the engine?

A: After the ECU tuning, it will only improve the combustion efficiency of the engine, so there will be no harm to the engine.

Q: Is a aftermarket exhaust mandatory for pop & bang?

A: Catless header or gutting the primary cats recommended, because catalytic converter cannot withstand the temperatures and stress caused by the modification.