EVOMS TUNEit OBD Flashing Kit
Designed to fit: All Porsche's 1999 - 2015
Tunes Available For:
- 1999 - 2011 Porsche 911 (including all variants)
- 1999 - 2012 Porsche Boxster (including all variants)
- 2006 - 2012 Porsche Cayman (including all variants)
- 2002 - 2010 Porsche Cayenne (including all variants)
Note: This product is the Flashing Kit only, tunes are sold separately and can be found here.
TUNEit - OBDII Port Flashing for Porsche vehicles is a new and seamless way to deliver Evolution Motorsports world renowned Porsche Performance engine software calibrations to the end consumer / enthusiast. Evolution Motorsports’ proprietary performance software can be installed anywhere by anyone at anytime using this hardware interface and software suite.
Features of TUNEit
- Securely reads the OEM ECU software calibration which can be reinstalled into your vehicle's ECU anytime
- Securely writes a custom performance software calibration to your vehicle's ECU
- Performance software is customized using information supplied by the consumer based on data and detailed questionnaire
- Additional options are available for street/race applications including but not limited to:
- Enabling Left Foot Braking capabilities (race use only)
- Increased rev limits
- Integrated launch control
- Speed limiter removal
- Raised idle
- Custom race car calibrations
- Multiple performance calibrations for street/race conditions (fuel octane level specific)
- Software for different turbochargers, fuel injector size, different MAF calibrations
- Software for different exhausts, headers, plenums, larger throttle body, air intake systems, etc.
- Different E-Gas pedal settings for cars with/without Sport Chrono
What is TUNEit and how does it work? The TUNEit OBDII port flashing system consists of all the needed hardware and software components to seamlessly read and write from/to your vehicle's ECU. The included USB drive contains the TUNEit software suite which gets loaded to a laptop running Microsoft Windows Vista/7/8 OS (not compatible with MAC iOS). After installation, the software suite communicates with our TUNEit OBDII port hardware device through a USB cable connected to a laptop. Once the TUNEit device is connected to the OBDII port in the vehicle and to a laptop, the TUNEit software suite seamlessly reads out the original software calibration from the vehicle's ECU.
After the OEM ECU data is read out, the stock calibration is sent via email to Evolution Motorsports’ software engineers. The data is used to create a custom software calibration for your vehicle based upon your vehicle's original software data, your vehicle's engine hardware upgrades, your driving style, fuel quality and any additional information provided to us in the performance vehicle questionnaire. This specific information allows us to create the ultimate performance software for your vehicle.
Once Evolution Motorsports’ software engineers have created the optimized performance software calibration for your vehicle, it is returned to you via email. The same process used to read the vehicle's ECU is now used to write the new performance software to your vehicle's ECU. After the performance software is installed into your vehicle, you can enjoy the many added benefits of our custom created performance software.
Proven Performance - Proven Track Record. What makes Evolution MotorSports and EVOMSit Performance Software in a league of its own? Each one of our software calibrations is based on decades of experience tuning thousands of different ECUs for race and street vehicles which all share some common ECU technology. Evolution Motorsports’ broad tuning spectrum and proven technologies in their world record holding vehicles helps keep them pushing the limits while staying on the cutting edge of software technologies. Evolution Motorsports has developed software for Porsche, Lamborghini, Bentley, BMW, Audi, Alfa Romero, Ferrari, McLaren, Bugatti, Mercedes, VW, and Maserati.
Creating software for a diverse range of vehicles allows Evolution Motorsports to understand a broad spectrum of OEM software tuning strategies. Each ECU type/software calibration approaches the engine functions in different ways. Learning the different software "languages" and tuning strategies helps them to look at different ways to further improve upon the engine functions and maximize performance. Additionally, because most all of the vehicles they tune share some common ECU technologies, we can take information we learn from tuning one ECU and integrate these modifications into another ECU.
EVOMSit does not take the "one size fits all" approach to software tuning. They create software based specifically on the vehicles hardware components as well as over 20 different criteria that are specific to the driver and their driving style. This is a critical element to make sure their software is going to "fit" properly for both the driver and vehicle. There are many different parameters in the software that are fine tuned to meet each customer's specific driving style and performance goals.
EVOMSit software calibrations are developed, tuned and refined on their state of the art, in-house, all-wheel-drive dyno cell, on the street, and on the racetrack. Dyno tuning is a very small portion of our whole tuning process. The dyno can only give a very small snapshot of the vehicles power "potential" and we spend only about 10% of our overall tuning time on the dyno. The other 90% of our tuning is done on the street and on the track. Driving the car in "real world" conditions is the only way that we can ensure the overall power delivery is smooth and the drivability is properly suitable for normal driving as well as WOT (wide open throttle) driving. The transition from the part throttle to WOT is very important as well as ensuring that when shifting through the gears the power is delivered seamlessly.
Dyno power is not a great way to measure the power potential of a vehicle. It only shows a VERY SMALL snapshot of an "unrealistic" power sweep from 2,000 RPM to redline. Let's face it, how many drivers go on the highway and put their cars in 4th gear at 2,000 RPM and run to redline? Most customers who drive on the street or track will NEVER drive their car like the dyno test simulates. We drive our cars in traffic, on the highway or race track where we are accelerating from 4,000 RPM to redline, then shift and run to redline again.
On the race track, power delivery, throttle response/throttle modulation is a key element to having a car that is controllable and quick around the circuit. There is no realistic dyno simulation test that can measure how a car will perform in "real world" conditions which is why we do not use dyno results as the only way to measure a vehicle's performance capability.
Evolution: ev-o-lu-tion (noun) A gradual process in which something changes especially into a more complex form.
Mission: We exist to satisfy our customers’ addiction to speed and passion for high performance.
Philosophy: Engineer, manufacture and offer the highest quality performance components for an elite group of extreme individuals. Our cars are our passion, more than a means to get to and from work but an expression of who we are as people. An extension of our personalities: unique, aggressive, strong and powerful. We can help make each drive more enjoyable, more intense and less mundane. We can help transform your car from the ordinary into the extraordinary.
Experience: We have over half a century of combined experience in automotive engineering, design, fabrication, racing and many other facets of the automotive industry. We drive and race the cars that we build components for. We have an extensive R&D and test program that ensures our components are held in the highest standards.
Our Porsche race efforts help keep us on the cutting edge as we are constantly in search of that last ounce of power, a better “mouse trap” or ways to make the car handle or brake better. We share your passion, your dream and the never-ending pursuit of more speed and performance.