A very common question with very common misconceptions. Ultimately, there is no such thing as a generic map. ‘Generic’ implies that we could use any tune file on any vehicle. Every tune we apply has been custom calibrated for your vehicle make, model and drivetrain.
For stage 1 and most stage 2 files, we can use pretested, safe and proven solutions. Why? Because we know it’s safe.
What people mean to ask is ‘is it a live remap?’. Short answer, no. But why would you need a live remap?
Typically, a live map, undertaken whilst the vehicle is dyno tested is only really required for vehicles with heavy modifications (excluding breathing mods).
A common misconception, no doubt born in a ‘know-it-all forum’ somewhere, is that for some reason, a map that isn’t a live map, completed on the dyno is bad. This is simply untrue. A 50p map from ebay, on the other hand won’t be doing your car much good.
As mentioned, all of our files are custom calibrated for specific vehicles and have been dyno developed and road tested in the first place to ensure safety, prove gains and result in a reliable tune. Take forum talk with a pinch of salt.