Torque Monitoring Issues
We noticed many customers are struggling with torque monitoring issues after tuning a car.
We offer 3 kinds of solutions for this:
- deactivation of torque monitoring system
- deactivation of torque monitoring errors P061a P061b, etc.
- calibrating torque monitoring system so it matches the new torque request, many times also correcting to realistic torque request. This solution is the most time-consuming solution and is obviously the best way to deal with this problem, exactly like OEM does.
This torque performance calculation issue often happens on:
The notorious Mercedes Benz Delphi DCM3.2, CRD2, CRD3,
But also new Bosch Honda EDC17CP06, Ford EDC17C10, Maserati/Jeep EDC17C79, Suzuki/Fiat EDC17C49, Nissan/Renault edc17c84, Land Rover EDC17CP11, Mercedes Benz EDC17C66 and more.
Contact us for the possibilities. the solution depends per ECU type!
How do we develop tuning files:
– ECU architecture is investigated by reading Funktionsrahmen
– Original ECU file is investigated by using Damos A2L or Super Mappack
– Chip tuning files are made and intensively tested and logged on the dyno and road
– Many tuning files get revised over time. We aim for perfection
What you can expect from our Tuning File service
- High-quality chip tuning files
- Real-time tuning file Service
- Daily growing EVC reseller database
- Automatic tuning file service 24/7 instant download
- Real-time technical support
- Most files developed & longterm tested on loaded 4X4 dynamometers
- Limited and Super Mappacks
- Support for many master and slave tools
- Free independent advice on everything involving ECU tuning files and tuning