Titan Motorsports is pleased to announce we are now an ECUTEK Master Tuner. Our in house tuner John Estrada will be offering tuning of the ECUTEK tuning platform bot in house, as well as remote tuning options for those not local to our location in Orlando, FL. Titan Motorsports will be supporting all ECU’s supported by the EcuTek platform listed below, including but not limited to the very popular Nissan GTR and Subaru BRZ/ Scion FRS. We can accomidate nearly any vehicle at our headquarters in Orlando as our Dynojet 424 LC2 is currently the only Linked Dynojet in Central Florida.
Current ECUTEK Supported platforms:
Nissan GTR R35 vehicles.
(Programming of the Transmission Control Module is also supported)
Subaru DIT 2013 onward including Legacy, Forester XT and WRX models
Subaru 2004 onward turbocharged petrol vehicles with Electronic Throttle Control (ETC)
Subaru 2007 onward Subaru flat-four diesel vehicles
Mitsubishi 2008 onward EVO X vehicles
Mazda 2005 onward MX5/Miata
Mazda 2005 onward 3MPS, 6MPS, CX-7, 8MPV,
MazdaSpeed vehicles with the MZR 2.3 liter turbocharged engine
Mazda Diesel Vehicles
Why Reprogram the Original ECU using ECUTEK?
Reprogramming the original ECU is by far the cleanest, safest and quickest way of correctly compensating for engine, induction and exhaust modifications. The maps in the standard ECU may be adjusted to cater for virtually any modifications that are likely to be made to a car. Civilized features such as cold start and stable idle are all retained, whilst performance mapping begins from the (already extremely good) standard manufacturer map rather than from a blank sheet of paper.
Risky boost clamps, bleed valves, boost controllers and piggy back modules may all be discarded and replaced by a pure and accurate mapping adjustment.
The safety features of the ECU are retained, such as sensor checks, fuel cut, boost cut, rev limit, speed limit and ‘limp home’ mode, though they may be altered to suit the car and its modifications. E.g. if the ECU detects a problem (engine over-temperature or failed sensor), it is still in full control of boost pressure and is able to take evasive action to preserve the engine. This is in stark contrast to external controllers and piggy back modules that either take over control of engine functions, or fool the ECU about the state of its sensors.