I sent my 2016 Ferrari 488 GTB to Eurocharged Houston on October 5th for a Dyno tune since I installed Capristo sport cats and Xpipe about a week ago. On October 6th Phil from Euro Charged informed me that my 488 went in to Theft mode and would not start so Euro charged towed my 488 to Ferrari Houston for repair. After about a week Ferrari Houston told me that my ECU was completely wiped and can not communication with the computer, so my car needed a brand new Ecu. I do have to pay for parts and labors due to modification. And apparently this was not the end of the repair. FH informed me about 2 weeks later my TCU will be reprogrammed as well which all I can do was to consent to the additional repair. Car was ready for pick up after 2 and half weeks of down time and a total repair bill little over $5K which i had to pay out of pocket of course. When I dropped off my 488 at Euro Charged the car is fully functional and only had a CEL related to O2 sensor which on my repair bill it clearly stated. Now I'm contacting Euro Charged to reimburse my repair bill. Euro Charged wanted to start with getting my old ECU to inspect. Euro Charged claimed that they did not do anything to the ECU but to take it off and installed it back on. I do think Euro Charged should take care of the bill regardless because the 488 was at their possession when she broke down. I will keep you guys posted on the story. I will drop of my old ECU to euro charged as they demanded.