FAQ - All The Answers Here
What vehicles do we tune at AdminTuning?
We work specifically on Nissan and Infiniti. We can tune the 350Z, 370Z, G35, G37, M37, Q50, Q60, Q70 and GTR R32-R35.
If we did not list it, we do not tune it.
What is the best way to reach us?
For questions about scheduling your remote tune or dyno tune contact us via text message on our scheduling line at (713) 489-0279.
For questions regarding your current AdminTuning tune or for order inquiries, please reach out to us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The most important thing to remember is to only reach out to us via one method. DO NOT send emails, text messages, instagram messages about the same issue at the same time. This WILL NOT speed up our response time. We respond to emails and messages in order of oldest to newest so sending multiple emails and messages will only delay your response time.
Why is my order taking so long?
Do I need Ecutek or Uprev?
If your car is between the years 2003-2008 you will need UpRev.
If your car is 2009 or newer you will need EcuTek.
We use EcuTek on the newer cars to take advantage of more advanced progamming and flexibility.
Why won't my flame map work?
How often should I change my oil?
What should I do to my car before getting a tune?
For NA cars, please set the gap to 0.030”. For turbo, supercharged and nitrous cars, a gap of 0.020” is recommended.
We do not recommend using Bosch injectors on the VHR but they will work fine for the HR and DE.
Warning: 2007-2013 Nissan VQ engines are often plagued with worn oil gallery gaskets that will cause oil pressure loss at high RPM. In most cases, this is a non issue with tuning, but if the car is abused and maintenance is neglected, the chance of internal engine damage due to oil pressure loss is prevalent. If you are planning on driving your car with sustained high RPM and load, please consider the EPS Tuning oil gallery gasket. 2014+ engines are typically not plagued with this issue due to their updated design.
What maps will I get with my tune?
- NA on pump gas: Race, Flame, Eco, Antitheft.
- NA on E85: Race, Flame, E85, E85+Flame.
- Q50/Q60 3.0T: Low Boost, Medium Boost, High Boost, Burble.
- GTR/Turbo/Supercharged/Nitrous cars map structures are dependent upon the combination and will be discussed at the time of tuning.
How do I change maps?
Ecutek: Manual cars can change maps while driving. Automatic cars have to be stopped to change maps or they can use the app to change maps while driving.
Car can be running or key in on position.
Hold the CANCEL button until tachometer needle points to "1". Then adjust the cruise control switch up or down, and the tachometer needle will point to the map number selected (1-4).
UpRev: Both automatic and manual cars can change maps while driving.
Hold cruise control switch DOWN while tapping CANCEL the amount of times corresponding to the map number. You will see "SET" blink on the dash.