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#1: 09-27-2012, 09:30 PM
Accessport & Open source Remote Tuning Available
 
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Tuning Alliance has long provided several forms of remote tuning. Available for a variety of fuels like 91acn, 91, 93, and even race gas. Our ignition and fuel maps have been developed row by row, testing the entire rpm and load range on a chassis dyno. This has yielded the basis for completely custom maps, that have a uniquely smooth feel along with increased power throughout the rpm range.

Most tuners simply take the factory map and edit the high load tables. They have not had vast amounts of time to tweak and test every cell in the map. Thus only the increasing power in full boost situations(high load). The low and medium load parameters are not fully optimized. Considering your primarily driving in low to medium load all the time (unless your a racecar driver) you may wants these areas optimized.

This is why customers report increased smoothness, power, and even MPG.

"I flashed your map this morning and WoW. I could feel the slight differences, it's hard to pinpoint exactly what but the car ran A LOT smoother."

"Have been driving the car for a few days with the new tune. First thing I notice was the engine runs much smoother than the cobb tune. Throttle reponse is more natural than the cobb. I've been getting better gas milage so far as well. "


The two basic types of remote tuning are custom mapping and e-tuning.

Custom maps are for stock to moderately modified cars. Including changes to the intake, exhaust, and intercooler.

E-tunes are for moderate to heavily modified cars. Including larger turbochargers, altered fuel systems, and aftermarket boost control systems.


Not only do we provide quality maps and tunes, but there are other benefits of running a TA map. Continual support, trouble shooting, and discounted map updates to name a few. After a map is installed logging is encouraged to insure everything is responding as expected. TA will edit the map or advise of potential mechanical issues, until the car is running 100%. The same goes for E-tunes, there is no limit on the amount of revisions. If you buy the map in the summer time and want to have your logs checked in the coldest months of winter. Your logs will be reviewed and revised if needed with no additional charge. If new tables are defined that provide a safer, more reliable tune, your map will be updated at no charge.
Our map update program is intended for existing customers who have made minor changes to there car or have moved to new locations with different fuels or altitudes. These maps will be revised for a fee of $50.

Current pricing for Cobb Accesport tuning (Subaru's Only):
Custom Maps $120
E-tunes $200
Map Updates $50. (Pre 2013 customers $30)

Open source Tuning (Subaru's only):
Custom Maps $200
E-tunes $250

*Prices subject to change please check www.tuningalliance.com for most current pricing*


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