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The Need for Power … Economy …. And Emission! EUROChip Tuning of Indonesia

The Need for Power …

Economy ….

And Emission!

EUROChip Tuning of Indonesia

 What is OBD-I / OBD-II?  What Does OBD-II Controls?  What is ECU

What is OBD-I / OBD-II?

What Does OBD-II Controls?

What is ECU Remapping?

ECU Tuning Methods

Technologies Involved

What’s the benefit of ECU Remap?

What kind of Performance Gain Can I Expect?

What cars / ECU can be remapped?

FAQs on ECU Remapping

Q&A

Standard for Better Emission

Standard for Better Emission

 OBD = On Board Diagnostic Reporting System  OBD-I = Level 1 Std =>

OBD = On Board Diagnostic Reporting System

OBD-I = Level 1 Std => Not really a standard,

each manufacturer had different method of

reporting system and different Diagnostic

Connectors.

OBD-II = Level 2 Std => Std Diagnostic Port,

Full Control for Engine Ops, Chassis, and

accessories.

1. (Reserved) 2. SAE-J1850 (+) => Ford, GM. 3. (Reserved) 4. Chassis Ground 5.

1.

(Reserved)

2.

SAE-J1850 (+)

=> Ford, GM.

3.

(Reserved)

4.

Chassis Ground

5.

Signal Ground

6.

CAN (high)

=> New Standards in 2008 for all.

7.

K-Line

=> Chrysler, European, Asian.

8.

(Reserved)

9.

(Reserved)

10.

SAE-J1850 (-)

11.

(Reserved)

12.

(Reserved)

13.

(Reserved)

14.

CAN (low)

15.

L-Line

16.

Battery (+)

 STRINGENT EMISSION CONTROL  Catalytic Converter efficiency (2 Oxygen Sensors)  Engine misfire 

STRINGENT EMISSION CONTROL

Catalytic Converter efficiency (2 Oxygen Sensors)

Engine misfire

Electrical Integrity

Idle Control

Throttle Position Sensors

Transmission actuators

Many more ………….

……

The Quest for POWER

The Quest for POWER

 Optimizing A/F ratio and ignition timing for part and full throttle acceleration.  Optimizing

Optimizing A/F ratio and ignition timing for part and

full throttle acceleration.

Optimizing A/F ratio for Cruising.

Remove Flat Spots (Smoothing Drivability).

Slightly Increase RPM Limiter.

Remove Speed Limiter.

Optimize Torque Limiter.

Adjust Ignition Timing.

Adjust Fuel Compensator.

Adjust Boost (for Turbo / SC applications).

AFM Calibration

Throttle Position vs Fuel Enrichment

Many… many… more….

 Pre-OBD => Re-chipping.  OBD-I => Re-chipping or Re-flashing thru Proprietary Diagnostic Connector

Pre-OBD => Re-chipping.

OBD-I => Re-chipping or Re-flashing thru

Proprietary Diagnostic Connector (Serial

Programming).

OBD-II => Re-chipping or Re-flashing thru OBD-II port (Serial Programming), or

programming using BDM Tool (Specific to

Motorola MPC5XX based Processors).

 OBD-II Standards (and Future Standards).  OBD / II to ECU Protocol Interfacing and

OBD-II Standards (and Future Standards).

OBD / II to ECU Protocol Interfacing and

Programming.

ECU Technology => More Stringent Control

over Emission, thus tighter engine operation

tolerance.

ECU Maps scrambling.

Checksum algorithm.

 More efficient engine operation, thus more fuel efficient => For normal driving behavior, fuel

More efficient engine operation, thus more fuel efficient => For normal driving behavior, fuel

consumption is LESS.

More power => Engine is tuned to within its

mechanical potential => More power is

available when needed.

In plain term: YOUR CAR IS MORE FUN TO

DRIVE!!! …

And MORE DRIVABLE.

 7% - 15% Horsepower Increase for normally aspirated (N/A) engine (Depending on how optimized

7% - 15% Horsepower Increase for normally aspirated

(N/A) engine (Depending on how optimized the stock

engine is).

10% - 15% Torque Increase for N/A engine.

10% - 50% Horsepower Increase for Forced Induction

(FI) engines, depending on boost level, gasoline or Diesel engines.

30% - 75% Torque increase for FI engines, gasoline or Diesel engines.

Much better part throttle operations, remove flat spots.

More torque below peak torque => better drivability.

Much better passing power from peak torque to redline.

 Most Cars whose ECUs have separate Data Chips.  Usually Bosch and Siemens based

Most Cars whose ECUs have separate Data Chips.

Usually Bosch and Siemens based and

licensees.

Additionally: Delphi, Sagem, Marelli, VDO, etc.

 Why did manufacturers NOT optimize the ECU in the first Place?  Will my

Why did manufacturers NOT optimize the ECU in the first Place?

Will my car consume more fuel?

Will it void my car warranty?

Will it shorten the life of my engine?

Will it have long term negative effect on my car?