Most Questions.

 

Q. What is a remote tune?

A. A remote tune means the tuner can tune your vehicle/engine without being there in person. This is handy for customers who are not able to drive to our shop address due to distance, work or other issues.

 

Q. What is a tune and what is the benefit?

A. The majority of cars/engines are built for everyday conditions where comfort, fuel economy and emission's laws are the norm. The calibrations on these engines leave a lot to be desired in terms of response, power and torque as the same "loose" calibration is used in different countries. These engines can often benefit from a touchup in the calibration on your cars factory engine computer (also called an ECU or ECM). More Horsepower, throttle response, torque, drivability, fuel economy and various RPM and other options can be enhanced when having this calibration further developed to suit your car.

 

Q. How is a vehicle tuned remotely?

A. There are various ways of tuning a vehicle remotely, too many to mention here, but we send out a tuning tool and the software to suit it. We do the tuning via team viewer either on a laptop we send out or it will need to be done on your PC or laptop.

 

Q. What are the steps?

A. You pay for the tune, postage and a security bond upfront. You complete a form with your vehicle's details, mods and requests. We send out the tools. Schedule a time with us to get the vehicle tuned. Either download the software we send you or use the laptop we send you. (Microsoft 7 or 10 recommended, cannot use MAC). Download and open team viewer, let us know the password. We do the rest, you just need to listen to our instructions.

 

Q. What options are available?

A. We do a custom tune to suit your mods. This includes better performance, engine drivability increase, better torque and fuel economy. We also offer extra's depending on the make and model which may include. Crackle/Pop on deceleration, RPM increase on idle and limiter, deletion of codes for exhaust etc. Trans tuning.

 

Q. Is a crackle tune bad for the car?

A. No it's not, a mild crackle tune will use a bit more fuel on deceleration, if your catalytic converter is worn out it may excuberate it's life span. We recommend mild crackles for daily use, aggressive crackles may produce flames out of the exhaust but please be aware this might attract the police!

 

Q. What fuel must I use

A. We ALWAYS recommend without exception using the highest quality fuel available. 98 octane in most cases. When you push the performance of the car more a better fuel is recommend to avoid detonation/knock (poor fuel Search Results Featured snippet from the web atomisation in the combustion cycle. Preventing this knock will increase the life span of your engine and will make better power whilst increasing fuel economy under closed loop/normal driving. Further notes. A battery charger must be used during the tuning process to avoid the battery going flat. Please turn off sound system, aircon, head lights and interior lights during tuning. If a battery charger isn't available we'd recommend buying one or having another charged battery hooked up just in case. You can get a cheap one from bunnings for $25.

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