Two Boot Mode protocols to intervene with K-TAG on the ECUS Continental EMS2209 and Siemens SID804 equipped on Ford and Mazda vehicles.
The 1386 protocol offers you to read, write, and clone in Boot ECU Continental EMS2209, equipped on the new Ford Ecosport 2.0 Flex.
Specifically, you intervene in the ECU to improve the vehicle performances: we modify the advance engine and pulse sensor maps, to make the carburation richer through the lambda map and finally working on torque maps to improve the feeling and acceleration of the engine. In terms of performance, we get a brighter engine and much more ready to low and medium regimes, sore points of all petrol aspirated engines, species with constant pace.
With 1629 protocol active and K-TAG, you read and write in Boot ECU Siemens SID804 equipped on Ford Fiesta, Figo and Fusion – and Mazda 2. Vehicles in production since the early 2000, that you have certainly already had in the workshop and which in all probability need constant maintenance.
In addition to this, you can intervene also on the turbo and torque pressure limitations maps in order to maximize not only vehicle efficiency in terms of fuel consumptions, but also to substantially improve the performances, especially in the recovery phases and restarts from low regimes.