How does eTuning work?

Awesome power. Amazing driving experience. A few simple steps.

Step 1: Purchase an eTune.

When you visit our online store and purchase your eTune you'll notice we ask for a detailed set of information about your setup. We use the details you provide to get you started quickly and we're able to drastically reduce the time it takes to give you the best possible driving experience.

Get eTuning Started

Step 2: Check your email.

All of our eTuning is done through email, so be sure you use an email address you have easy access to. We're known for our amazingly fast email support and we will send you a starting calibration and complete instructions within 24 hours. If you haven't received an email by then check your spam or junk mail filters and give us a call.

Check your email

Step 3: Upload and datalog.

After you receive a calibration file, you need to upload it to your car's computer. We provide you with a list of different types of datalogs that are necessary to complete the next step in the eTuning process.

Not sure how to upload your calibration?
See it done for FlashPro Calibrations, FlashPro Datalogging, K-Pro Calibrations, K-Pro Datalogging, and AEM (coming soon).

Upload your eTune and drive

Step 4: Send in datalogs.

After you have collected the necessary datalogs, it's time to send the recordings back to us so we can review them and make adjustments. We then go back to step 2 and continue this process until your car is completely eTuned.

Send us your datalogs

Why Evans Tuning?

There are many reasons to choose Evans Tuning for your eTune. We're dedicated to satisfying our clients and providing the most comprehensive yet simplistic eTuning experience available in the industry. Our goal with every eTune is to satisfy your expectations, and then some. Learn more →

What You Need.

An eTune can only be successful when your components and build meet a few simple standards. As with any of our professional tunes, the top priority when eTuning is safety, reliability, and an amazing driving experience. If you're not sure what you need check out our simple guide. Learn more →

Get Questions Answered.

Still a little confused? We've put together the most common questions about eTuning in a quick FAQ. If you have a question about eTuning that's not on our list, you can use our simple form to quickly submit a new question and we'll do our best to answer you within 24 hours. Find answers →