Can Hyundai's be tuned?
You can quickly and safely achieve impressive performance improvement in your reliable Hyundai with RaceChip chip tuning. Depending on the RaceChip tuning part model, you can get up to 31% more power along with possible fuel savings of up to one liter per 100 kilometers. via
Which Hyundai Elantra is fastest?
The Elantra N-line is the fastest N-line model made, with a 2.0-liter turbocharged engine that generates 276bhp and 393Nm of torque, mated to an 8-speed Dual Clutch Transmission. via
Is it good to tune your car?
A good tune-up will ensure that your vehicle is running at optimum efficiency before any performance tuning takes place. You should always take your car to the tuner when it's running at its best, not when it needs help to run optimally. via
How often should a car get a tune up?
Typically older vehicles that have non-electric ignitions should be serviced at least every 10,000 to 12,000 miles or yearly. Vehicles that are newer with fuel injection systems and electronic ignition should be serviced every 25,000 to 100,000 miles without needing a serious tune-up. via
Can I tune my factory ECU?
Using a real time programmer in place of the eeprom chip on the ECU board, a custom tune can be performed. A modified stock ECU allows for direct control over all functions of the factory ECU, so excellent performance, fuel economy, and overall running can be achieved. via
What are the risks of tuning your car?
With poor-quality repairs and maintenance of the car, chip tuning increases the risk of unforeseen breakdowns. If there is any malfunction, remapping of the ECU is also not advisable. Some cars are designed in such a way that they can't give you the power that is more than one put into them. via
Are tuners safe?
For most of today's tuners and chips, you have fail-safe features that will shut down your engine before you do any damage to the car – not that you would try or anything crazy. via