ECU Tuning files – download a list
There are ECU tuning files for cars and tracks in this package.
You can download the list of tuning ECU files:
Description of Tuning database on Autodtc.net
The most common way to update the ECU is using ready tuning files from the database.
Our database consists of remap ECU files + original files. About 20 000 files are packaged in archive about 3.65 Gb(.rar format) for downloading.
There are a lot of tuning files for cars: Audi, BMW, Mini, Mercedes Benz, VW, Skoda, Porsche, Renault, Citroen, Ford, Kia, Seat, Mitsubischi, Nissan, Opel, Rover, Saab, Volvo.
Also you can find ECU tuning files for tracks by Iveco, Mercedes Benz, Renault, DAF, Fendt, MAN, Scania and Volvo manufacturers.
Stage 1, Stage 2 and Stage 3 – levels of tuning. You can find all this remap stages in the package.
You can download lists of files by the links above.
What for I need tuning(remap) ECU files?
Chiptuning – a way of make better engine options within modifying of the ECU software, this is reprogramming of electronic control unit.
The common purpose of tuning:
- Increase of engine power, flexibleness. Traction of engine may be reduced by manufacturer. ECU remapping helps to use all constructive motor potential.
- Improving economy. Successful ECU remap increase power and torque as well as reduce fuel consumption for normal driving. This is resulting of responsive engine makes it possible to drive in a range of lower speeds. Vehicles with a tuning electronic control unit may be more sensitive to fuel quality.
- Easing of various software restrictions – for example, changing maximum speed limiter by ECU tuning file.
However, most popular reason of diesel tuning is simply better response of accelerator pedal and more even thrust over the entire speed range – this gives a feeling of better dynamics in urban driving.
I don’t find my car in the database list. How can I get remap for my file?
We can prepare tuned ECU file for you personally!
You can send a request to firstname.lastname@example.org or order tuning via our Contact form. Don’t forget to attach your original ECU file to email.