Increase performance on your car by custom tuning the onboard computer.
- Fixes factory flaws, such as the hot-start issue found in ’98-99 MK4 Golf/Jetta and New Beetle TDIs. Most ’98-99 TDIs require several cranks to start the engine if the coolant temp is warm. All
our tunes fix this issue.
- Elevated idle for cold climate to improve engine warm up time
- Dynamic EGR control: EGR-on while cold to speed up the engine warm-up period (good for fuel economy, in-cabin heat, and reducing cold cylinder wear & tear), EGR-off while warmed up to
minimize or virtually eliminate soot build-up in the intake.
- EGR delete (off-road only) (tuning boxes will not suppress a check-engine light).
- DPF delete in 2009 and newer TDIs (off-road only) (tuning boxes will not suppress a check-engine light).
- Exhaust/hi-flow catalytic converter upgrade in gasoline/diesel engines (tuning boxes may not suppress a check-engine light).
- Air Intake Flap delete (common for intake manifold upgrades in some vehicles) (tuning boxes will not suppress a check-engine light).
- MAF sensor delete (tuning boxes will not suppress a check-engine light).
- MAP-sensor upgrade. Many turbo upgrades need a MAP upgrade to allow full boost with factory overboost protection retained. Some tuning boxes will circumvent the factory overboost protection, and
you need a boost gauge to see the actual boost.
- 100% VW dealer and VCDS (VAG-COM) compatibility. Tuning boxes skew OBD2 data; the engine computer sees less accurate injection and boost data because the boxes alter them outside of the ECU. They
may also skew the fuel economy meter in instrument clusters and aftermarket OBD2 fuel economy meters.