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On air and live, the Alientech training arrives all around the world!

Over a thousand participants worldwide. And as many asked us to participate! For this reason, we have decided to reschedule new dates to meet the demands that come to us from all over the world.

From October to December, you find on our Calendar new dates for 19 virtual classes in Italian, English, German, Spanish and Russian.

An offer that covers a quite wide period, just to give you the time to organize yourself to the best and to schedule your appointment with the Alientech training!

The Virtual Classes last little more than 3 hours, the right time to face specific issues, compare yourself with the trainer and learn operational remapping strategies on some of the most popular ECUS in the world. ECU or TCU… #neverstopremapping!

You will learn the remapping strategy for these ECUS

Each modification strategy that you will learn, it will help you to intervene also on others ECUS. You will be able to work independently and effectively just thanks to the instructions explained step by step by our trainers, during the class.
You may ask questions, clarify doubts and get to the end of the modification safely, achieving guaranteed results.

Are you curious abut the classes topics? Here are some…

Practical information, remapping examples, test on the bench, everything exceptionally live, with our mother tongue certified trainers.


Why some maps and axis have different units of measurement compared to others BOSCH MG1 ECUS? Do they have a different internal structure?

We can say that often the vehicle manufacturer “customizes” the internal structure of their stock files, by using some specific units of measurement. For example, on this specific ECU, you can see that the “fuel quantity limiter” is represented in “ulbm” which stands for “micro-pound per minutes”.


 If I increase the RPM limitation in the TCM file, do I have to also increase the RPM limitation in the ECU file?

Yes, both control units communicate with each other, so the RPM limitation will be the lower of the two.


Could we change the axis value on the ECT map to say 100C and leave the top line as something lower to leave the ECT protect in place if engine gets too hot?

Yes, It is possible to edit the values on the axis to change the limitation related to the °C ECT. To do it properly, it’s necessary to consider what are the minimum and maximum values allowed by the issued axis, otherwise the ECU won’t work properly, and the checksum calculation will be wrong.


How can I manage the carburation in the last generation ECUS?

To manage the carburation optimally, you need to modify the injections maps present in the file. In this case, it is the BMW M5 (F90).


Torque numbers are just limiters?

Right, if you raise all the torque limiters to a very high value, let’s say 1000Nm, you will remove the “virtual” electronic protection based on the internal torque calculation. Then, to understand if there are other limitations, it’s necessary to verify the other map categories and find what are the new limiters.

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Choose the Virtual Classes most suitable for you!

  • 05/11/2020 Continental SIMOS 18
  • 12/11/2020 Temic DSG DQ250 VAG
  • 19/11/2020 Bosch EDC17C49
  • 26/11/2020 Continental SIMOS 18
  • 03/12/2020 Temic DSG DQ250 VAG
  • 10/12/2020 Bosch EDC17C49
  • 23/10/2020 Continental SIMOS 18
  • 30/10/2020 Bosch MED17.5
  • 06/11/2020 Temic DSG DQ250 VAG
  • 13/11/2020 Bosch MG1CS201
  • 20/11/2020 Bosch EDC17C74
  • 27/11/2020 Bosch MG1CS016
  • 25/11/2020 Continental SIMOS 18
  • 02/12/2020 Temic DSG DQ250 VAG
  • 09/12/2020 Continental SIMOS 18
  • 16/12/2020 Temic DSG DQ250 VAG
  • 24/11/2020 Bosch MED17.5
  • 01/12/2020 Bosch MD1CS004
  • 30/11/2020 Continental SIMOS 18