MG Flasher Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2 Week Sale
We are offering 15% off all MG Flasher Licenses and our official ENET Adapter!
Available through our dealer network and at shop.mgflasher.com
Offer is valid from November 18th until December 3rd, 2021
Also, be sure to check out the new cruise control On-The-Fly features: with MG Flasher’s latest custom code users can switch maps, burbles, and max cooling using just the steering wheel buttons! In the coming weeks, we plan to release advanced antilag on F-Series B48 and B58 vehicles for both stationary and rolling launches. For a full list of available features please visit: www.mgflasher.com
Antilag (Rolling Launch) for Gen 1 B46, B48 & B58 is now available
The MG Flasher team is excited to announce the release of the long awaited advance Antilag feature. Antilag will be available for Gen 1 B46/B48 and B58 F-series (non-hybrid) models. With MG Flasher’s launch control feature, there will be two modes: Simple and Expert, to control both rolling and standing antilag independently. Adjustments in Simple Mode include minimum pedal position for activation, speed threshold to detect rolling, aggression, boost and RPM setpoint, with many more settings being available in the Expert Mode. This allows for an aggressive flame-spitting 2-step when parked, followed by a safer, smoother rolling-launch without having to reflash. For a full list of available option, see the App or User Manual. MG Flasher’s Antilag feature has undergone rigorous testing to make sure your vehicle runs as expected. A huge thanks to all beta testers who have greatly helped in development.
Note: iOS users may need to wait another day or so as Apple is still reviewing the update.
Antilag, as with Switchable Maps, Burbles and Max Cooling, can be activated through the cruise control buttons on your steering wheel. Hold FAR DOWN on the rocker to enter launch mode (if rolling, get a steady speed and lower gear between 3000-4000 RPM), press the throttle pedal and release the rocker when ready. You can also change the standing launch RPM by holding SHORT DOWN on the rocker, tapping up & down to adjust the RPM and pressing RES to accept the new value. Note: Max cooling activation has been changed to use SHORT UP on the rocker, this will make it more comfortable to hold the antilag button while focusing on the road. When Antilag is active, Max Cooling will also automatically turn until the antilag is released.
This will retard timing a significant amount and build a lot of intake and exhaust pressure. We recommend infrequent use of antilag and to obey all local laws. By using this feature, you acknowledge and accept the risks, including, but not limited to:
• Additional stress on the car that may be damaging (engine, turbo, exhaust, etc.)
• Potential damage to your ear drum
• Starting fires
• Having too much fun
You can install antilag via the Custom Options page after a brief 4-minute update to the latest Custom Code v6.9. Note: Cat-less downpipe is required when using Antilag.
MG Flasher update v317 brings support for all Bosch MG1 ECUs produced after July 2020, including the highly desired M3 and M4 (G8x models).
MG Flasher has teamed up with Femto to provide support for their special bench unlock. The MG Flasher App will detect Femto’s unlock and allow flashing via OBD with all MG Flasher custom options. Custom Code must be installed at Femto’s lab. Currently, Femto is adding our TCU torque limiter bypass code for Gen 2 ECUs with all other custom code to follow. It is critical to inform Femto that the ECU will be used with MG Flasher so that they include the latest Custom Code. All ECUs must be shipped to Femto’s laboratory (contact via Instagram: @femtoevo). Third party bench tools will not support ECUs produced after July 2020, if they become available, MG Flasher will include them in another update.
Thanks to Filip @hypertech_bmw_mini for providing beta tester and pictures
MG Flasher has released a Remote Starter patch for all Gen 2 vehicles!
App update v329
In the past, having your gen 2 vehicle unlocked meant that the remote starter will no longer work. The dedicated team of developers at MG Flasher are now releasing the solution in the form of an OBD flashable update, Custom Code v0.3. This update will solve the issue for all MG Flasher users previously affected by the lack of Remote Starter support, after unlocking their ECU!
To take advantage of this patch, simply choose Custom Code v0.3 next time you flash your car. You will then be able to use Remote Start the same as before tuning your car! The latest app update will show you a popup whenever there is a Custom Code update.
As per popular request, there are also many new logging parameters added to the MG Flasher app including:
Battery voltage, Fuel: HPFP I and P-Components, Fuel: Rail pressure delta, MAP Sensor Voltage, Misfire Counter (per cylinder as well), Super-Knock Counter, MSV: Pre-control parameters, Oil pressure, Temperatures (Engine Coolant Sensor, Transmission oil and unit), Throttle request position, Timing Correction knock adaptation, Torque: Limiter 2, Valve Lift (Inlet), WG Position: Sensor (Raw), WG: Boost pressure target, and WG: I-Component.
If there are any other specific logging parameters you would like to see in the MG Flasher app, please comment on our posts or send us a message. For those who want to analyze their logs with a bit more details, you can find explanation of Torque and Load limiters here: Logging Parameters
This update also includes shadow code reading. Secondary code reading has been added to the standard DTC code reader, available on the Diagnostic’s page.
We thank all our testers who helped us verify this fix is fully operational. We hope you enjoy this update.
With our most recent update to the MG Flasher App v340, we are announcing the ability to adjust the TCU Torque Limiter (effectively, bypassing it) on Generation 1 B48 and B58 engines. Using an adjustment slider, torque limits can be adjusted anywhere between 250 and 1000 Nm. MG Flasher’s Stage 1 OTS map on the B58 platform already surpasses the stock TCU limiter (550 Nm). Without bypassing or removing the limiter, the full potential from the tune is not achieved. This update will allow you to bypass the stock TCU limiter. If you already have aftermarket TCU software that removes or raises this limiter, such as xHP, then this update will work in tandem, without conflicts. To ensure everything works smoothly, in the MG Flasher App’s flashing options raise the limiter to a higher value than your xHP settings. Setting the limit to something lower than stock is helpful when lending your car to a driver who you don’t want to have access to all the power.
Please note that the feature will only work on cars that had Custom Code previously available. Unfortunately, this means that some Gen 1 G-series cars, along with select F-series hybrids, will not have this feature, but will be added soon. Stay tuned for new features for those cars!
The latest update also corrects the inversed manual exhaust flap switches (available in the diagnostic menu) and fixes miscellaneous bugs with flashing and app debug log sharing.
We would like to thank all the testers that helped us during development, we appreciate all the support and feedback.