Turning requests and FAQ’s
– The year, make, and model of the car
– Full modification list
- Map Sensors
– Your Accessport serial number
We strongly suggest doing a boost leak check and double check of all connectors, hoses, and clamps before starting the tuning process. The tune can only be as good as the mechanical status of the car. Once you are ready for your base map, we will send it over after it is paid for. Your next step will be to install the map to your Accessport and create a datalog. Instructions are in the link below.
Most of your questions about setting up a data log will be inside here. Please follow these instruction links and double check before asking the tuner for help:
LINK: Transferring maps and datalogs using Accessport manager
LINK: How to select datalog parameters IMPORTANT
Now that you are ready for your datalog, find the logging list required for your car below:
2002-2021 Subaru Logging Monitors
2009-2021 R35 GTR Logging Monitors
We will require an IDLE LOG before any driving or tuning. This consists of the car idling either while warming up, or already warm, but it needs to be at least 2 minutes long at full temperature (~180-200*F on most cars). Then rev the engine to 2500 rpm and hold it there for 5 seconds, and 3500 rpm for 5 seconds in the same log. Once you are finished, email it to us and we will review it before instructing your next step. Though our base maps are usually very accurate, we suggest that you don’t drive the car in the meantime until our tuner reviews the idle log.
Tuning Request Form
Please contact us directly for tuning pricing and availability. We have the ability to book same-day tuning appointments if our schedule allows for it. Please make sure you read out tuning FAQ’s.
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