V1.21 PCMtuner ECU Programmer Optional Service List

In this article, we will show you all the optional services of V1.21 PCMtuner ECU Programmer.

 

Check the Service List below:

Service Item Item No. Price(EURO)
Stage 1 (Stock car) XNR-SS368 €70
Stage 2 (Modify intake and  exhaust system car) XNR-SS369 €80
Stage 3 (Big turbo changed car) XNR-SS370 €250
Other Functions
(GPF/OPF Removal
DPF Removal
EGR Removal
DTC Removal
ADBlue Removal
HOT Start Fix
IMMO Removal
Readiness Calibration
Flaps / Swirl Removal
TVA Removal
Sport Displays Calibration
Cold Start Noise Reduction
Kickdown Deactivation
StartStop Disable
MAF Removal
Speed Limiter Removal
Torque Monitoring Disable

Burbles Activation
Popcorn Activation
EVAP Removal
Exhaust Flap Removal
SAP Removal
AGS Removal
BMS/BPCM

Lambda/O2 Removal
Launch Control
OBD Reading Protection

Boost Sensor Calibration
LC, AL and NLS for MED9.1
Checksum Fix)

XNR-SS367 €60 each

 

Part 1. Stage 1 – Stocking Car Function

Customers who has already bought PCMtuner V1.21 shall have their accounts on the website (https://support.vz-performance.com/).

Functions like WinOLS damaos, A2L, MAPPACKGE, VR files on this website are free.

When you log in the website, you can search for the software function you need according to your ECU part number.

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Stage 1 tuning is the most common option. These tunes and mods generally do not require additional mods. Simply add a stage 1 modification and go. Even though most stage 1 tunes don’t require mods there are still some good mods to couple with a stage 1 tune. An intake and exhaust are popular stage 1 mods to include with the tune.

Naturally aspirated engines may only see about 5-20 horsepower gains with these basic mods and tuning. However, turbo engines often see gains of 20-50+ horsepower with a tune only. Add in the basic bolt-on mods, and some turbo engines may even pick up around 100 horsepower with stage 1 tuning.

Stage 1 mods generally include intakes, cat-back exhaust, blow-off valves, and other basic bolt-on engine mods. Again, none of this is a perfect science. However, the general idea is that stage 1 tuning and mods are basic things that usually don’t require further modification.

Typical stage 1 mods are generally a straightforward DIY fit and should work on a standard engine that is in good condition. Some examples of stage 1 mods include, induction kits, panel air filters, sports exhausts, fuel pressure regulators, a simple engine remap or timing changes, blow off valves/diverters  and the like. Most of these easy to fit stage one mods are the first thing people will do on their project car. Just because they are popular it does not mean they are good mods or will add any significant power gains.

 

Part 2. Stage 2 – Modifying Car Intake and Exhaust System Function

Customers who has already bought PCMtuner 1.21 shall have their accounts on the website (https://support.vz-performance.com/).

When you log in the website, you can search for the software function you need according to your ECU part number.

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Tuning & Mods Stage 2

HP Gains: 25-200+ horsepower

Mods Required: Tuning, Intake, Exhaust

 

Stage 2 is where things can become a lot different depending on the specific car in question, tuning company, and other factors. What is fair to say is that stage 2 tuning and mods are more aggressive. Stage 2 tunes are usually designed for use with other modifications. It’s a good idea to already have the basic stage 1 mods like an intake and exhaust.

Then you add in more mods like headers for NA engines or downpipes for turbo engines. Cooling system upgrades like a FMIC are common stage 2 mods, too. The list goes on and on, and we’ll provide a list in the stage 2 summary like we did above.

These are still fairly simple bolt-on mods that take things a step further than stage 1. We’re not quite to the point of adding forced induction or upgrading stock turbos or superchargers. Stage 2 is typically where you’re looking to maximize power and performance before moving onto more serious, expensive mods.

It’s a little confusing since there can often be a large variety in stage 2 tuning and mods. Some engines may be considered stage 2 with a tune, intake, and headers. Another may still be stage 2 but have even more mods such as cams, intake manifold, fuel pump and injector upgrades, etc.

 

Part 3. Stage 3 – Changing Cars with Big Turbo Function

Customers who has already bought PCMtuner 1.21 shall have their accounts on the website (https://support.vz-performance.com/).

When you log in the website, you can search for the software function you need according to your ECU part number.

 

Mods Required: Mods from stage 2 + dozens of different options

 

Not many companies go beyond stage 3 mods or tuning. As such, stage 3 is often the all-out, no expense spared, most aggressive setup for big power. This is where NA engines start adding forced induction and/or boring and stroking the engine. Turbo and supercharged engines look for bigger turbos and superchargers.

Almost all engines will require extensive fueling mods at this point. A lot of modern cars use direct injection, which can be very capable. However, these systems rely on incredibly high-pressure and they’re harder to modify. Many look to add extra fuel pumps and port injection. It may also be time to address engine internals like the block, rods, bearings, pistons, head studs, etc. Stuff like this is common when moving onto a stage 3 or 3+ setup.

Power gains are really pretty limitless when it comes to stage 3 tuning and mods. You can keep things modest or build an all-out 1,000+whp engine. A lot of actual tunes themselves don’t go by stages at this point. Rather, it’s mostly custom tuning to meet your specific goals.

 

Part 4. Other Functions – GPF/OPF Removal, DPF Removal, EGR Removal etc.

Customers who has already bought PCMtuner 1.21 shall have their accounts on the website (https://support.vz-performance.com/).

When you log in the website, you can search for the software function you need according to your ECU part number.

For example, if your ECU part number is 4G0907551F, you may search “4g090”, all the related files will be displayed.

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For more info, go check:


Stage 1 for stock car

Stage 2 for modify intake and exhuast system car

Stage 3 for big turbo changed car

Other Functions (GPF/OPF Removal, DPF Removal, IMMO Removal…)

 

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