We are happy to announce we have partnered with ShinjiTuned
ST/SFM takes no responsibility for any damages that could result from or during the tuning process or for any injuries or deaths of any individuals resulting from operating the vehicle post calibration. ST/SFM also takes no responsibilities for any violations of your local and/or national emission laws or other laws related to car modifications, including, but not limited to, changes to the ECU and TCU calibrations.
While ST/SFM places great emphasis on the care, safety, and reliability of our customers vehicles, like any form of modifications, engine control unit (“ECU”) and transmission control unit (“TCU”) tuning is a process that pushes the car beyond its factory intended specifications and mechanical limits. As a result, placing this additional stress on the car could result in mechanical fatigue and/or failure of the car's suspension, transmission, motor, tires, wheels, brakes, ECU, TCU, etc. As the vehicle is pushed beyond its intended factory limits, injury or death may result from operating such a modified and recalibrated vehicle. These potential failures, injuries, or death are often unforeseeable, unpredictable, and beyond the control of ST/SFM. Modifying a car’s ECU calibration, TCU calibration, or both, beyond its original factory calibration may also be illegal in your city, state, province, country, or other category for area of residence.