Custom tuning is possible.
Typical car owners do not have all the tools/background to tune cars themselves.
Good luck, some would be 'tuners' cannot tune these cars correctly.
if you have the money and time, both jeff @ UM or C2motorsports can dyno tune your car to your specs.
unless you have something crazy done to your car(more then intake, exhaust and SRI) there is no real need for it.
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Uhm, there is NO way any of the companies that have the files are going to release them.
Just go stand alone management. You don't want a GM mechanic tuning your car anyways.
I am sure your tuner is very good at what he does.
The learning curve to switch from GM to VW is VERY steep.
I am sure going from VW to GM is equally as difficult.
Much of the skill in the tuner is his knowledge of the 'box' running the motor and his ability
to sort the 'small' stuff.
More info: Take a look at Eurodyne's Maestro tuning package. (I do not know if
they'll have stuff for your ecu)
Last edited by Jefnes3; 06-06-2012 at 02:46 PM.