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Base Calibrations & Documentation

JRR MoTeC M1 base calibrations are provided to allow prospective buyers a chance to explore the firmware packages before they buy, as well as providing a convenient place for current firmware to be posted, for anyone to download and update as needed.

The location of the base calibrations has been moved. They are now located in Products > MoTeC M1 Firmware section, with links to download base calibrations within each respective firmware item.

You will need to download M1 Tune and install it on your computer to view these base calibrations. Click on the calibration you want, and it will download. Once download is complete, double click on the file to "install archive". You will then be able to open the file in M1 Tune.

For current clients updating their M1 ECU with these files: The version number contains three numbers, separated by decimals. If the middle number is higher than what is on your ECU, you will need an updated license before you can load the new firmware. This is free, but you need to contact us with your serial number and request the updated license. If the middle number matches, and just the end number is higher, you can simply download the file and install the updated firmware on your M1. Major changes made to the firmware are noted in the package summary, which can be seen in M1 Tune.

Please remember that these are base calibrations, and will need to be calibrated for your specific setup. This means the input/output resources will need to be setup to match your wiring. The sensors, injectors, coils should all be verified to match what the base calibration is setup for, or calibrated for what you have. Some of these files we have done full tunes on, and they are marked as "Start Up" files. Often this is done on a completely stock vehicle, which a client usually does not have. Others are listed as "Sample" files, which can be due to a couple of factors - we have provided firmware to use, but have not had access to calibrate the vehicle ourselves or the firmware supports multiple engine setups. In these situations, we populate as much of the pertinent data as we are able to, but the rest will need to be calibrated by the end user.