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Stelvio Ti ECU tune

Anybody done aftermarket tune on the 2.O, Centerline or Alfa9? Thinking of turning my Ti (not sport) into a "Ti Super" with sport seats from a wrecked quad (front and rear), HR springs, 18x9 wheels, and the intake/ECU/exhaust. Springs lower by 1.5", centerline says their intake/ecu/exhaust increases both HP and torque by about 80, respectivelyPretty cost effective way to upgrade, although local dealer has a nice white 2018 Quad now listing for $68K.

Maybe this is more for the Guilia forum, as the ECU tune will likely void the warrant so a bit early for most Stelvio owners to pursue.

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I have something for you.

https://alfissimo.com/home/1518-giul...n-chipbox.html

Best one on the market. Not over tuned and is TUV approved which no others are.

This is a piggy back unit, will not void warranty.


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I like to get one! Are sure it will not void warranty?
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I used Eurocompulsion for my fiat abarth to get from 160hp to 205hp. Eurocompulsion also makes a tuner for the Stelvio. 280hp to 350hp. Uses swg bypass plug. Easy to do and you can keep and change through at least five different maps. Doesn’t void warranty since you can bring it back to stock whenever you want. 2017 model doesn’t need swg bypass.

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I like to get one! Are sure it will not void warranty?
I am very sure. It is a piggy back. Your warranty info shows that they allow it but do not cover it. Plus mine is TUV approved. Do some research first about other ECU tunes that interest you. Research Seletron with fiat and the other with Fiat. That should give you a good idea. Seletron is TUV approved and a very reputable long time tuner . Don't let "dyno" charts and crazy claims fool you. Seletron is a very high quality unit with a nice tune as not to blow up all the parameters on the car which = more issues and lots of wear and tear on the motor. 34hp is a nice boost but the tq is where it shines.


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I have the EuroCompulsion Phase 2 tune on my MY18 Giulia Ti. They claim 390HP 443 torque with a cat back exhaust, that I do not have. So I'm maybe at about 5% less power. Folks on the Giulia Forum are claiming sub 4.5 sec 0-60 times. Personally, I think that the greatest gains are in the upper speed ranges. Butt dyno says that from 50-60mph to 120-130-140mph, the car is much, much faster. Phase 2 removes the speed limiter too. Easy to flash back to stock tune when Dealer updates are required. I had it back to the Dealership for the brake tube bracket recall. Didn't remove the tune. The service tech was very impressed with the Tune.

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Just remember that flashing is logged in the ECU. The dealer can see it has been flashed. That is one thing that is nice about the Seletron. No logging on the ECU.


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Just remember that flashing is logged in the ECU. The dealer can see it has been flashed. That is one thing that is nice about the Seletron. No logging on the ECU.
To be accurate - there is a flash counter, so the dealership can see how many times an ECU has been flashed, if they care to look. Other than that, there really isn't much evidence that a car has been flashed, if you put your programming back to stock before a dealer visit.

However, most cars have been flashed a few times for various recall programming anyway, so nobody would expect the flash counter to be at zero...

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To be accurate - there is a flash counter, so the dealership can see how many times an ECU has been flashed, if they care to look. Other than that, there really isn't much evidence that a car has been flashed, if you put your programming back to stock before a dealer visit.

However, most cars have been flashed a few times for various recall programming anyway, so nobody would expect the flash counter to be at zero...
Sure if you want to get super technical. It's a counter it does not know exactly what flashed it. Logging flashes makes sense in my world. lol Piggybacks won't show anything. I'd say if you want to be 100% safe in warranty go piggyback.


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Anybody done aftermarket tune on the 2.O, Centerline or Alfa9? Thinking of turning my Ti (not sport) into a "Ti Super" with sport seats from a wrecked quad (front and rear), HR springs, 18x9 wheels, and the intake/ECU/exhaust. Springs lower by 1.5", centerline says their intake/ecu/exhaust increases both HP and torque by about 80, respectivelyPretty cost effective way to upgrade, although local dealer has a nice white 2018 Quad now listing for $68K.

Maybe this is more for the Guilia forum, as the ECU tune will likely void the warrant so a bit early for most Stelvio owners to pursue.
You can read about the chipbox here.

https://www.giuliaforums.com/threads...-3#post-794762


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