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Hyundai Kona N ECU Calibration on Spare ECU

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Tune your Kona N without any downtime!

Our ECU's work on all models anywhere in the World!


N75 Motorsports ECU's DO NOT disable Bluelink, Bluelink on our ECU unlike other tuners works like OEM.

Tune Features

Engine Fuel Delivery

The N series engine's has fuel delivery not set for high boost, if tuners do not account for this the ECU will pull power and cut fuel under high demands. We optimize these maps for the HPFP and fuel delivery to engine to prevent this cut from happening.

N Mode pop enhancement. (Optional)

We change the pop sound through the ECU. The OEM Hyundai pop sound becomes far more aggressive. Only in N mode like OEM. (Recommend high flow downpipe catted or catless)

AFR Adjustment

(Hyundai's are known to run very rich from factory our tune corrects this and your N will not only make more power but get better fuel economy doing it!)

Torque Management Increase

(Torque maps for the engine are changed to make more power without causing issues, you cannot just lift boost)

Increased ignition timing

(Area's of the N's ignition timing can be well optimized by us, we do this and the result is a smoother powerband)

7000 RPM Shift on DCT

We offer 7K Shift on DCT Cars. Yes you read correctly DCT N Owners can now enjoy 7K Shift as well! This opens up the game for the Elantra N, Kona N, and Veloster N with EN Turbocharger swaps as 7000 - 7200 RPM is needed as these cars have a bigger turbo which make boost in higher RPM range.   

Turbocharger management optimized

(Wastegate duty cycle, pressure application and turbocharger limits are changed, boost is increased as well)

Optimized VVT

(VVT can be changed slightly to make more power)

Disable primary O2 sensor monitoring

Monitoring systems for the primary O2 are changed so they never trigger a fault code, however no fault codes are deleted.


(During WOT the ECU switches to certain area's of maps in the ECU's we optimize these maps all in relation so the car makes a proper powerband)

Overboost Correction

On the N Series Cars we typically see overboost around 18-20PSI. For tuning we lift this to around 25PSI. More aggressive maps (Stage3+) we remove overboost completely as we boost some of these engines on Hybrids very to very high boost levels, like our stuffed turbo Elantra tune which runs upwards of 28PSI.

Warmup Protection

Increased warm up protection (Full power and boost only comes on when engine oil is up to temp)

Pop Flames

Flames can be tuned in as well, car needs to be catless. Flames are guaranteed every time you rev hang the car)

Engine Temp. Managment.

Stage 2 and 3 tunes require an increase in allowed temperature for the exhaust model and intake model. These maps are lifted so the car maintains power towards redline. This is an OEM safety which ALL tuners need to increase for the car to power, we do not take responsibility nor do any other tuners for damage caused by lifted the temp limits (IE You do not have the supporting mods and motor runs extremely hot)

Octane Learning Disable

We disable octane learning and it never bugs your again, or we leave it on the tune.

Assisted Launch Control

During Launch ready and first and second gear we add more boost when LC is used. Maps during the LC Process and during first few gears is increased though tuning.

Increased DCT clutch pressure

Through various torque and TCU related maps in the ECU we can request the ECU to request the TCU to increase Clutch clamping load on DCT Vehicles. 




Developed by N75 Motorsports in Canada,  our newest N Series cars ECU Calibrations are the most advanced Calibrations we have produced.  Rest assured your tune satisfaction or your money back! Now ask yourself,  how many others will do this?



Stock WHP is around 250-270whp.

Stage 1 Tune Required Mods (Made for a car with no mods, this tune corrects some issues with the OEM tune from Hyundai like AFR and nets better fuel eco)

Heat Range 9 Spark Plugs

HPFP Upgrade (Recommend with an OEM Tune as the HPFP is a weak point on this vehicle)






Stage 2 Tune Required Mods (Made to last the life of the car)

Heat Range 9 Spark Plugs

HPFP Upgrade (Recommend to avoid issues)

Air intake system (Any, we use AFE)


Our stage 2 tune powers a Kona N to 12.663 @ 110MPH in the 1/4 mile




Stage 3 Required Mods (High boost High Torque)

Heat Range 9 Spark Plugs


HPFP Upgrade

FMIC Upgrade

WMI Required 

Downpipe and catless or high flow exhaust




 All maps have been dyno tested by our dealers overseas. However we under list power ratings due to unknown fuel conditions as we tune cars all around the world. 

Our tunes are fully customizable, we also use tools which allow OBD flash, we offer free flash back to stock for any of our local customers, as flashing with this tool is a few minute job.



Using WinOLS5 and our network of tuners around the world, we have been able to to come up with a working mappack for Hyundai N Series Vehicles, this mappack is so advanced that only a few tuners can do some of the things we can, 7200RPM Shift, 29PSI tunes, Pop Flames and more. All of this is only possible with the development we have done with our own R&D car and our test cars overseas. Our tuning is so advanced our older mappack is used by companies like AlienTech, the software other tuners use to make a tune.

Recently we have been reading a lot recently of people making a big deal of making big power on the OEM HPFP. This is beyond stupid, allow us to explain, is the OEM pump capable with tuning? Yes, However so are heat range 8 spark plugs to make 400whp (and people have done it) But again, its rolling the dice. What is the point? We understand the HPFP is not cheap however your motor is not cheap either, we can tune the OEM pump however we suggest replacement to avoid issues. No different from spark plugs. 

Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
Great tune!

I have this tune on my Kona N and it was a game changer. Power is much more consistent with 20-21psi. Revs out to 7K in manual mode and is a blast to drive.
My kids love the pops and bangs on downshifts!

N75 team!

I ordered a bunch of parts from N75 to get my Kona N to a stage 2 monster! Dan was fast in replying and answered all my questions. If anyone is on the fence about getting a tune from the N75 team do not hesitate!

Faster than JB4

I originally had a JB4, which was an improvement over stock. But part throttle behavior was lackluster, octane learning made it impossible to get a consistent boost curve. Since the JB4 intercepts factory signals the ECU doesn't get an accurate torque reading. This means DCT clamping pressure isn't appropriate and the clutches start to slip after barely more power than stock.

I got Dan's stage 2 tune for my Kona N. I had a million questions, and he was incredibly responsive. I'm running 91 Octane, K&N filter, AFE inlet for stock intake. No more octane learning! Consistent boost curve. The 60-100 time dropped over half a second from my best time with the JB4. Mid-range power is insane. The ECU gets an accurate torque value so your DCT will be happy.

Dino Marou

I have nothing but good words to say about my experience with Dan/N75. The power from this tune (stage 1) is perfect- how the car should have come from the factory!

But the most impressive part…has been the top notch customer service. Any question I had was almost instantly answered. That’s an invaluable asset included in the price of the spare ecu/tune. Thanks again Dan!

M carter
If you want to go fast...

Get this tune. If anyone wants more power out of the 2.0t, the first thing they should do is get this tune. Before the tune, my My Kona was a consistent 13/14 second car, best time I managed was 13.7@101mph. After getting tuned by Dan, I was able to run a 12.6 @110mph 1/4mile on track with street tires 2 weeks later. It is as consistent as can be, and ran 12's all day in the middle of August.

Don't waste your money on piggybacks, they're just as likely to void your warranty with modern ECUs/Tools. Get a spare ECU tune, swap it out in 15 minutes, and enjoy. Get tuned, go fast.