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Old 11-14-2018, 11:37 AM
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They will within the next 30 days



The tune is on sale for black friday



yup, we can do that



We will be launching the new site in the next 3 weeks ish



We can remote control it and flash accordingly



we are working on a handheld version like mygenius now. Eta 30 ish days



nada yet



sure hit me up and we can work out a deal
Can you add extra crackles on the overrun with obd tune?
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Can you add extra crackles on the overrun with obd tune?
yup the tune is the same just a different way of applying it
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Hopefully not too long till this is available in Australia!
Any ECU remap is detectable if they delve far enough, which they certain can at AMG. Will they do it? Depends on your failure mode. A sensor blow here and there. sure. Tranny? Yeah sure, if you have a nice dealer. Blown engine? Try anyone, but you are not getting a new engine if the car is tuned. They will find out.

If you want to give yourself the best chance, get a second ECU.
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what's the cost of re-tune? if the dealer overwrites with new update etc
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What are the HP TQ numbers and what is being tuned?
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Amazing. Great work guys.
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Wow.

Simply wow. Awesome work guys, impressive to say the least.
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Old 11-15-2018, 11:18 AM
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What psi does this tune run on 93 octane! I think thats the most important question we all should know
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What psi does this tune run on 93 octane! I think thats the most important question we all should know

I wonít be purchasing until I know whatís being adjusted.
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Old 11-15-2018, 03:26 PM
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What's the price for the handheld unit? Will this special pricing be available when that's out?
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Might as well wait for the handheld unit for ease of flashing back and forth whenever you need it. Can't wait!
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Exactly what I was thinking before.

In time there will be more such tuning options from other tuning companies as well
it will be avail in the coming weeks at dyne performance in melbourne

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Old 11-18-2018, 08:33 PM
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it will be a vbl.in the coming weeks at dyne performance in melbourne
That's going to be awesome for both you guys and Melb. based AMG owners
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That's going to be awesome for both you guys and Melb. based AMG owners
Hopefully my friend
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It definitely will be the case down the track with the S/H market uptake of this platform, taking the massive depreciation hit and normal devaluation leaves the S/H car buyers with more mod money to play with
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if you go to a local Eurocharged location can they tune it there on the spot?

would it also cost $1199 scine they have the OBD tuner in their hand and nothing needs to be shipped
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I called Eurocharged Toronto today, $2500 for the ODB tune. Apparently this ODB is the same exact tune without having to remove the ECU. Won’t give me any information on what the tune is adjusting but want my money. Sorry I’ll pass.
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I called Eurocharged Toronto today, $2500 for the ODB tune. Apparently this ODB is the same exact tune without having to remove the ECU. Wonít give me any information on what the tune is adjusting but want my money. Sorry Iíll pass.
There is nothing special about the OBD tune. I think people really don't understand what happens when a tune is performed or how it is done. The only difference between sending off your ECU or plugging into the OBD2 port, is the method of extracting the binary file, or Hexdump, off the ECU's memory. This binary file is the ECU's "tune" and is essentially a 3MB long string of numbers organized in a certain fashion that the ECU can address to obtain information on the various "maps". Once this file is extracted, it no longer matters how you obtained it. The tuner will modify certain areas of the file which represents commanded torque, Lambda targets, etc. Once modified it is then rewritten to the ECU memory, again the method might be different but accomplishes the same thing. That means whether the you pull the binary file from the OBD or extract it directly off the board, someone like Eurocharged will make the same changes to the binary file meaning it is the "exact same tune".

As for disclosing what is changed, that is akin to disclosing their intellectual property and if I asked them I would expect them to tell me to **** off. Generally all tunes will adjust targeted lambda at power enrichment, when power enrichment comes on indexed to MAP and TPS, adjusts the driver torque commanded tables, adjust targeted spark advance, reduce torque management thresholds, etc. If you have DP's, secondary O2 sensor may be deactivated or cat efficiency tests suppressed or eliminated so it does not trip the MIL (or whatever MB call the engine light). Does this really help or do you want them to tell you exactly what tables are changed and by how much? Why would they do that?

This is a small view of a W204 C63 binary file for example. Each one of the numbers represents a number on a table that serves a certain purpose. This is what is being modified.


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[QUOTE=SilversledVH;7620322]There is nothing special about the OBD tune. I think people really don't understand what happens when a tune is performed or how it is done. The only difference between sending off your ECU or plugging into the OBD2 port, is the method of extracting the binary file, or Hexdump, off the ECU's memory. This binary file is the ECU's "tune" and is essentially a 3MB long string of numbers organized in a certain fashion that the ECU can address to obtain information on the various "maps". Once this file is extracted, it no longer matters how you obtained it. The tuner will modify certain areas of the file which represents commanded torque, Lambda targets, etc. Once modified it is then rewritten to the ECU memory, again the method might be different but accomplishes the same thing. That means whether the you pull the binary file from the OBD or extract it directly off the board, someone like Eurocharged will make the same changes to the binary file meaning it is the "exact same tune".

As for disclosing what is changed, that is akin to disclosing their intellectual property and if I asked them I would expect them to tell me to **** off. Generally all tunes will adjust targeted lambda at power enrichment, when power enrichment comes on indexed to MAP and TPS, adjusts the driver torque commanded tables, adjust targeted spark advance, reduce torque management thresholds, etc. If you have DP's, secondary O2 sensor may be deactivated or cat efficiency tests suppressed or eliminated so it does not trip the MIL (or whatever MB call the engine light). Does this really help or do you want them to tell you exactly what tables are changed and by how much? Why would they do that?

This is a small view of a W204 C63 binary file for example. Each one of the numbers represents a number on a table that serves a certain purpose. This is what is being modified.


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Originally Posted by SilversledVH View Post
There is nothing special about the OBD tune. I think people really don't understand what happens when a tune is performed or how it is done. The only difference between sending off your ECU or plugging into the OBD2 port, is the method of extracting the binary file, or Hexdump, off the ECU's memory. This binary file is the ECU's "tune" and is essentially a 3MB long string of numbers organized in a certain fashion that the ECU can address to obtain information on the various "maps". Once this file is extracted, it no longer matters how you obtained it. The tuner will modify certain areas of the file which represents commanded torque, Lambda targets, etc. Once modified it is then rewritten to the ECU memory, again the method might be different but accomplishes the same thing. That means whether the you pull the binary file from the OBD or extract it directly off the board, someone like Eurocharged will make the same changes to the binary file meaning it is the "exact same tune".

As for disclosing what is changed, that is akin to disclosing their intellectual property and if I asked them I would expect them to tell me to **** off. Generally all tunes will adjust targeted lambda at power enrichment, when power enrichment comes on indexed to MAP and TPS, adjusts the driver torque commanded tables, adjust targeted spark advance, reduce torque management thresholds, etc. If you have DP's, secondary O2 sensor may be deactivated or cat efficiency tests suppressed or eliminated so it does not trip the MIL (or whatever MB call the engine light). Does this really help or do you want them to tell you exactly what tables are changed and by how much? Why would they do that?

This is a small view of a W204 C63 binary file for example. Each one of the numbers represents a number on a table that serves a certain purpose. This is what is being modified.


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There is nothing special about the OBD tune. I think people really don't understand what happens when a tune is performed or how it is done. The only difference between sending off your ECU or plugging into the OBD2 port, is the method of extracting the binary file, or Hexdump, off the ECU's memory. This binary file is the ECU's "tune" and is essentially a 3MB long string of numbers organized in a certain fashion that the ECU can address to obtain information on the various "maps". Once this file is extracted, it no longer matters how you obtained it. The tuner will modify certain areas of the file which represents commanded torque, Lambda targets, etc. Once modified it is then rewritten to the ECU memory, again the method might be different but accomplishes the same thing. That means whether the you pull the binary file from the OBD or extract it directly off the board, someone like Eurocharged will make the same changes to the binary file meaning it is the "exact same tune".

As for disclosing what is changed, that is akin to disclosing their intellectual property and if I asked them I would expect them to tell me to **** off. Generally all tunes will adjust targeted lambda at power enrichment, when power enrichment comes on indexed to MAP and TPS, adjusts the driver torque commanded tables, adjust targeted spark advance, reduce torque management thresholds, etc. If you have DP's, secondary O2 sensor may be deactivated or cat efficiency tests suppressed or eliminated so it does not trip the MIL (or whatever MB call the engine light). Does this really help or do you want them to tell you exactly what tables are changed and by how much? Why would they do that?

This is a small view of a W204 C63 binary file for example. Each one of the numbers represents a number on a table that serves a certain purpose. This is what is being modified.

While the tune is exactly the same, loading it through the OBD port makes things much easier since it's a major PITA to physically access the ECU in our cars.
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They never said the OBD2 tune is different or better. It's the same tune as the bench flash tune, but now you dont have to worry about removing ECU and relocating it and all that bull****.

If they can figure out a way to get prices down to the W204 level for handheld flash at home ability, then this is a big win for the platform.
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