xWhat's in this file?
The file is a standard un-modified (original) base read file. This contains all the standard map information and data that would have been programmed according to the software version in the file title. This file can be utilised for you to use as a footprint for your own tuning or to revert a vehicle back to standard tuning.
This file can be used if you have remapped your vehicle and found that it has overstressed components and you need to still be able to use the vehicle until said components are repaired or replaced (i.e a slipping clutch).
**This file will not fix faults caused by components that have completely failed**
You must ensure both the hardware and software versions from your vehicle match as although they are often very similar there may be subtle changes to memory locations and calibration values from one revision to another on the same hardware revision. You have been warned !!
How can I use the file?
Most newer vehicles have read protection enabled by default at the factory so the only option available on most tools is to write a new file. Don't be fooled by tools quoting virtual reads or other jargon ect, all they will do is read the software and hardware ID's from the ECU and then download an original (ori) file l(just like this one) from their own database. This can then be modified by yourself or you can buy a tuned file from your slave equipment dealer (or from us if you have a master tool). You can then upload (flash) the file to the vehicle in question. You can also purchase and download one of our original files and copy the necessary map changes across from it to your own similar tuned files using software such as winols (yes even 2.24) to revert a bdm back to standard values.
What gains will I get from your files?
Nothing from these files - they are original (ori) files remember!!