Training goals:

Provide a mastery about Petrol engines control unit remapping procedures.

Who is it for:

Automotive technicians, Mechanical workshops, students and professionals.

Necessary requirements:

No previous skills required but the applicant must have a good knowledge of the English language.


Structure and training content:

This course will allow you to deepen even more your skills for tuning petrol engine control units and to understand what limitations can be stored in other control units, which don’t allow you to acquire the maximum performance of the vehicle. You will understand how to calculate the maximum possible increment for any stock engine and which specific tuning procedures have been applied to some selected practical examples. Finally, we will see how to use the ECM Titanium software to compare original files with different powers.

The course will be structured in one day and will last seven hours. There will be a 1 hour and half lunch break, and enough time to clarify all your doubts.


At the end of training:


We’ll provide you an official customized Certificate of Participation by Alientech Academy.


Training program


From 09:00 to 09:15:    Presentations

From 09:15 to 11:00:     Advanced management for new generation of ECUs based on torque calculation: Driveline, Engine torque, Wheel torque

                                    Structure analys for engine torque management

Analys of the main engine management maps

Efficiency values calculated by the ECU: Structure of the torque-based system, Engine timing, Lambda efficiency

“Physical” engine limits and when to perform a maximum remapping

From 11:00 to 11:15:     Short break

From 11:15 to 12:30:   Calculation of the maximum possible increment on stock engines using maps inside the file

                                    Maximum possible increment method

Practical examples


From 12:30 to 14:00:     Lunch break


From 14:00 to 16:00:     Example using maximum tuning level on last generation ECU Bosch MED17

Maps modification: Air control, Injection system, Engine torque, Turbo and Engine timing

Performance analys before and after tuning

Dyno charts comparison: torque and power

From 16:00 to 16:15:     Short break

From 16:15 to 17:15:     Comparison between two original files with different power level

How to search for two files with different power level

File alignment in 2D visualization

From 17:15 to 17:30:    Questions and clarifications


February 23 @ 09:00
09:00 — 17:30 (8h 30′)

Kuala Lumpur – Malaysia

Mattia Bragato