POSTED ON July 13, 2022 5:26 pm
Enginuity is an Engine Control Unit editor designed to be used for tuning Fuel, Timing, Boost and all other ECU controlled parameters by virtual any vehicle manufacturer.
Enginuity Free Download is an engine parameter tuning editor designed to be used for
tuning Fuel, Timing, Boost and all other ECU controlled parameters by
virtual any vehicle manufacturer and environment. It supports all
vehicles even the most complicated and
– Tuning for multiple engine years
– Tuning for multiple engine sizes
– Multiple features such as Turbo Boost, Boost, Throttle response and RPM management
– Multiple storage modes for tuning to be done on the fly
– Multiple preferences
– Multiple display options
– In-depth “Reference” support (as a “reference” the engine is running on or off)
– User defined sessions
the 1st screenshot was mine before i have modified it to my engine with permission from a friend;
and the second one is from a website i found here.
I have tried many codes and i am facing a lot of problems to adapt every manufacturer’s protocol which is very annoying (each one has it’s own version with the exact same commands, if i could get the path out of the code that would be so nice). I have placed the engine file in the App_Data folder and created a folder called “Enginuity” inside my app_data folder.
I started with a simple version and i followed step by step all the tutorials i have found on the net but i do not get what i want. I have tested all the programs but i could not get any response in my car (it just looses my settings).
i even tried to bypass all other brands of the programe and only run the “app_data” of my bike but i could not modify the ECU of my bike neither, only the lights. I have also tried to bypass any custom software installed by the bike’s manufacturer and used other custom software but i am at a total loss.
Can you help me to figure out the path to that file? Please advice.
Thank you for your help
I have solved my problem by myself, i was “blind” and if you have the same problem i suggest you to save it.
to use the software you just have to start with “App_Data” and not with “App_Data/Enginuity”.
Give it a try, it works like charm.
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Have you been playing around with your car’s computer and wondered how to make the clutch work just right, change the fuel map to run as lean as possible or even keep the engine cool when it gets too hot?
This is a perfect application for those of you who can’t afford to have expensive ECU replacement parts.
For most vehicles, getting the best results can be done by modifying the values in the maps and other parameters. This is normally done by using a software like a CAMERA, CAMCORDER or even a DYNABOX.
This application will make it even easier!
ENGINUITY is a console application and it runs on any Windows PC, without a driver or installation needed.
It supports ENGINUITY map files and multiple vehicles!
It comes with a file creator and a simple, yet easy to use, graphical and console editor. All parameters are editable and adjustable in-engine, in memory or USB drive, based on the available parameters.
Map files loaded with Enginuity will now be able to run on more vehicles than before. It’s like having an unlimited number of software maps.
More information on the control map parameters can be found in the setup help file for the software.
If you are having trouble with the startup procedure, just unzip the file and run the executable.
It can be found under:
NOTE: A blank save file is needed for the startup procedure to work correctly.
You can run a check for config errors under:
Please be aware that there are some settings that must be taken into consideration before running the software.
For example, there are some settings needed to recognize the vehicle model, which must be found on the physical vehicle for correct operation.
This software uses the settings from the last driver you have used on the machine, instead of those found in the software’s database.
The software cannot make ‘guesses’ on the vehicle model you want to run, because doing that could be dangerous to the vehicle!
The software has proven to work well on “smooth” or
Engine Control Unit (ECU) tuning will be able to be done by using the Enginuity’s Virtual Engine Tuning Software.
How to use the virtual ECU tuning software:
This is a forum to get a walkthrough on how to install and use the Enginuity Script Tool. This is my first time asking a question on this forum and I am the owner of the software. I have been a customer to Enginuity for 2 years now and I had enough time to review the v1.1 release.
This post is a little different than usual. I am wondering if there is a way to create a secondary web server (web content) inside the main web server. The main server (primary web server) has the live website while the secondary web server would be used for static content that cannot be changed in the live site.
I read this post: Create a secondary server inside a primary one and I got a solution which was basically to create a second web server and redirect requests to the second one to the appropriate (static) folder. It would also need some Java or Apache configuration change.
Is there a way to achieve this inside.NET?
If there is a native way, I guess this could be a solution.
The reason why this is helpful is because there is some web content that should be available offline but not changeable. So making the website available offline would be great.
Would be great if someone could help me with this.
As a response to the comment in the first answer, I am aware that there are two types of projects. These are the template projects and the Standard projects. The Template projects are there for people who want to test their applications or web site. They are only for trial purposes. As for the Standard projects, it has the live application and is published to the internet. These are typically being used for production applications. The Standard template projects are based on the latest version of the application, so they might not be compatible with the older versions of the application.
If you are a Microsoft Office Template project, it is based on the last version of the application. This means that it might not work with older versions of the application. Also, even if it works with a older version, it is better to get a template project from the Application and Designers folders in the Main folder of the application.
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Specifically designed to be used with any vehicle that has its ECU controlled parameters adjusted by an Engine Management System (EMS), for car racing, general racing, motorcycles and other standard vehicle.
ENGINUITY can currently be used with the following vehicle manufacturers:
1. Mazda, Mazda6, Mazda6xv6, Mazda6xv6z, Mazda6xv6u, Mazda6xv6w.
2. Ford, Ford Focus, Ford Focus RS, Ford Fiesta, Ford Focus ST, Ford Fiesta ST.
3. Renault, Renault Clio, Renault Clio 2020, Renault Clio 2020a.
4. Audi, Audi, Audi RS3, Audi RS7, Audi RS8.
5. Mercedes, Mercedes Benz CLK 250.
The Engine Control Unit is a Precision Instrument, subjected to constant changes resulting from all known parameters, including vehicle speed.
In order to take into account these changes, ENGINUITY provides you with a module simulating a vehicle with constant parameters:
– Base parameters
– Engine speed
– Wind force (front and rear)
– Engine temperature
– Air flow
– Compression ratio (ratio of the volume of the cylinder, in this case, the base modifies the actual ratio)
ENGINUITY allows you to have a measurement of the Compression ratio in any of the simulations you may have chosen.
It is the responsibility of the user to perform a calibration to the value of the compression ratio he wants, usually the engine is tuned at a ratio close to the value of its ECU settings.
ENGINUITY allows you to make such calibration very quickly.
The calibration is made through a numerical quantity, also written as calibration coefficient, that allows you to change the compression ratio of the modeled engine to the value you want.
This property is due to the fact that ENGINUITY allows you to configure a fixed compression ratio, which is what you wanted.
The default calibration coefficient value is 0.8 and allows to calibrate to a compression ratio of 10:1, for a calibration of a turbo engine.
ENGINUITY allows you to easily check the setting values compared to the one you have set, as well as verifying the validity of the engine calibration and operation.
ENGINUITY allows you to:
– simulate various user options (fuel, ignition, air flow, etc
Processor: Intel Core 2 Quad Q9400 2.66 GHz
RAM: 4 GB
Hard Drive: 40 GB free space
Video Card: Nvidia GeForce GTX 460 1 GB
OS: Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 10, Windows 10 Pro (64-bit)
How To Install:
1. Install.NET Framework 4.6.1
sudo apt-get install mono-complete
Mac OS Installer