Thanks for the links! I know that I don't wanna use someone else's tune, I have been tuning OEM ECUs in various forms for about 5 years now, I just want some sort of base tune to get all the settings right. I will go through and redo all the ignition, fueling, etc maps when I get the MS3 and get it in the car. Right now I just want to feel out the features of Tuner Studio on a tune that would be similar to what I would be running in my car, if that makes sense?They have a base tune that can be downloaded from their website... But tune sharing can be counter-productive... No two motors are the same, yes... The factory mass produces cars with the same computer, remember, I said counter-productive, not impossible, the concept of a standalone EMS is to be able to tune for your motor specifically and maximize what you have, the OEM didn't really care about performance to this degree. What is your combination?
As for my set up, it will be changing vastly in the next 3 years (part of why I am choosing an MS3). Right now it's an N/A 302 with eddie heads, TFS stage 2 cam, headers, exhaust and TFS intake mani in a Fox convertible. :joy: