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Buy Tuning Hardware and 1 Tuned Map 2013-2018 Hyundai Veloster Turbo / Kia Forte ( BOSCH ECU)

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Due to popular demand, we are bring back our Own your flash tool kits with 1 tuned map only.


 Before buying a Tune, Please email us at tunes@n75motorsports.ca or contact us through Facebook or Instagram, Thank you

 (1) 2018 Hyundai Elantra GT Sport Dyno Pull (Intake and N75 Motorsports Tune) - YouTube

 Dyno Chart in ECU Tuning

Test Car Power and Mods:

2018 Hyundai Elantra GT Sport 6Spd

Injen SRI (In our opinion one of the best intakes, best SRI on the market along with AFE)

N75 Motorsports Race Valve (EBCS)

N75 Motorsports OCC

MSD Perfomance Coils

HKS M45XL Plugs

GFB T9111

N75 Motorsports 91 Octane Tune

Stock Pull 173.87-169.36WHP 218-218WTQ

Tuned Pull 214.14WHP 270.04WTQ @ 24psi

40.3-44 WHP increase on a SAE Dynojet.

51.5WTQ increase! On a car with just an intake

 We hold the record for OEM FMIC and OEM Exhaust on a ES/EGTS with this tune. We will break the OEM Turbo Record.

 We applied our Kefico calibrations to the Bosch ECU as they both use basically the same maps with different values, we were easily able to developed a working tune for the VT1, or Gamma Bosch ECU. 



Buy the tools to flash your N Line, Elantra Sport or Veloster Turbo Gen1.


Tune Requirements

We Suggest a Oil Catch Can (OCC) on a OEM tune, due to that fact these are GDI engines without port injection. N75 Race Valve EBCS, HKS M45XL.


Let us know which tune you want, We supply one map, Data logging software and tuning hardware

Requires windows laptop or surface with a internet connection. 





Anyone of our tunes can have pops added into the tune. We do not get the "pop" sound by dumping fuel, we pull ignition timing at the right time and the result is a I30N like pop-pop-pop when you get off the gas and rev hang in any gear, they typically are loudest around 4000-5000rpm 


SOFT Tune (Daily Driver) 

Another first for the KDM community, we are developing a "Soft" Tune which is designed to be used with no mods. We slightly lift boost, and leave ignition timing at stock settings along with VVT. We suggest 91 octane fuel, and a Catch Can. This Tune is NOT designed to blow your socks off, it's and alternative to piggybacks that fool ECU's. If you were to ask us which is the best piggyback system, we would definitely say JB4 because of its OBD2 connection. (it knows what is going on inside the ECU, whereas all other just fool sensors) We offer a discount on future upgrade Tunes with purchase of this tune, we understand that tuning is not cheap. HKS M40XL or NGK 1422 or better will work fine with this tune. 

(We suggest a OCC on a stock tune)

(We suggest a EBCS on stock tune, our R&D data logging found 1-2psi increase in boost on stock tune, also a more steady boost level, on 3 vehicles, R&D in Canada and Australia)

91 Octane Tune:
Will target between 20 - 21psi with Axle back, FMIC and intake 220whp. Moderate Timing advance, VVT adjustment. 

Requires: Race Valve, Shell V-Power with Zero Ethanol. 90/10 Fuel is Junk, 3rd party tests has proved 90/10 Premium Fuel is closer to 85-15. The issue with Ethanol is water. Ethanol loves water, and will absorb any moisture from the holding tank to the pumps to your gas tank. avoid it. HKS M45XL Required or heat range 9 equivalent NGK Race Series 

100 Octane Tune:
Will target 23psi. Aggressive Ignition timing advance, VVT adjustment.

With a full catless exhaust and our FMIC the car will make 240whp.

Our 100 Octane tune REQUIRES full exhaust, FMIC, HKS M45XL, Race Valve. Full bolt on's / we Suggest either always running Shell 91 and Boostane Professional, or buy our kit which allows you to change maps. Running this map as a daily driver even on race gas will slowly wear our your turbo quicker as the bearings inside were not designed for the RPM needed to make 23psi. 

Tune Requirements

Soft tune: OCC, HKS M40XL or NGK 1422, Wastegate solenoid valve (to get the most out of the tune)

91 tune: We tune on Shell 91 V-Power, OCC, HKS M45XL, Wastegate solenoid (for same reason as listed above)

100 tune Shell 91 with a full can of Race Gas Ultra (or VP Race fuel like MS109) OCC, HKS M45XL or NGK Racing Series R2556B-9 or 10, (NGK Racing Series are the best plugs available on the market, also about 200 dollars for a set of 4) any GFB BOV OEM solenoid is fine.

Stage 2 Turbo Upgrade Tune:

We offer a Stage 1 and Sage 2 Turbo upgrade. Stage 1 is a larger K04 Compressor Billet wheel over 51mm inducer! 

Then we have our big upgrade tune which will target 21 PSI and make approx. 310whp with a catless exhaust and our FMIC kit! We can tune this turbo with supporting mods and fuel up to 340whp according to our tuner and turbo builder. 


Hyundai i30 Elantra GTS-N Line (PD) 1.6 T-GDI 

Hyundai Elantra (AD) 1.6 T-GDI

Hyundai Veloster Turbo 2 1.6TGDI 

Kia Forte GT 

Kia Forte5 

Hyundai Veloster Turbo 1

Kia Forte Turbo



We are aware that tuners in the community have been tuning these cars as high as 26.1 PSI. Our Turbo Rebuilder and Tuner both agree, this is ludicrous, the bearing inside the turbo was not designed to be spinning at over 140,000RPM which is what will be necessary to put out 26.1 psi. This will quickly destroy your turbo. Its as simple as that. Our upgraded turbos use a different bearing, specially designed to handle over 24PSI. This is why our Turbo rebuilder and Tuner both suggest running this kit at stage 1. Stage 1 requires no supporting mods other than our Race Valve, And catch can, however we recommend this for a stock tune (it will work with other wastegate solenoids, however it is developed on ours, if you are running a MAC Valve we cannot guarantee anything... Those valves are so unreliable its unreal,  and the wastegate solenoid valve is what controls boost levels 





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