This page is specific to a version of our popular V3 tuning and logging tool with a slightly more basic feature set for the early EVO1-3 ECUs. You can still dial in your injectors, adjust fuel and timing tables, set your launch limit, run no-lift-to-shift, dial in your throttle position sensor, run anti-lag off the line or between shifts, and even run full time speed density plus a lot more!
So it's still packed with features, including our greatly enhanced logging system. It's just lacking some of the "extra" features of the full package (like customized output controls, 10,000 RPM limits, GM MAF integration, etc.).
You can get a feature comparison table on our product comparison page.
ECU Jumper Mod: Please note that in addition to the typical socket work every EPROM ECU needs in order to use aftermarket code, the early EVO1-3/RVR ECUs require an additional jumper mod.
Ordering process: If you need help with the basic ordering process, please read through our Ordering Process page.
After ordering: Once you have submitted payment for your order, we'll look it over and get back to you with an e-mail that details the next steps. Please be patient on this e-mail response. It may take a few hours up to a day (or more if placed on the weekend!) to get back to you.
System Requirements: A listing of the basic system requirements can be found on our System Requirements page.
Turn around time: If you are placing an order that includes socket service, then you will need to send us your ECU to be socketed. As long as we receive your ECU by UPS, we can almost always get it back out the same day we receive it. Other carriers may add a day's delay. If you are placing an order without socket service and do so before noon eastern time, we can usually get it out same day.
Socket service: Check to see if your ECU needs to be socketed. Our socket service page page has details on how to check. If you need to send us your EPROM ECU to be socketed, then be sure to select the Socket EPROM ECU option below.
Speed density note: If you plan to run speed density instead of a mass airflow sensor, you'll need to select "Stock MAF" below as your MAF Type and then simply configure the ECU yourself when you get it installed in your car. Instructions on configuring speed density can be found on our SD Setup page. To keep the order form from getting any more complicated, we have chosen to leave speed density off the list because that selection requires even more information (which MAP sensor you have installed and on which ECU input, which varies depending on ECU, etc.).
Settings below: The settings below are used to provide an initial configuration in your flash module when we ship it to you. You can definitely change all these settings yourself at any time, including injector compensation and MAF type or switch to speed density, etc., etc.