REVO tuning 2010 End of Year Sale = £100 OFF!!!

REVO tuning 2010 End of Year Sale = £100 OFF!!!

Found 27th Nov 2010
REVO tuning 2010 End of Year Sale = £100 OFF!!!
Price depends on make/model of car but £100 off between 26/11/2010 to 31/12/10.

Revo Technik high performance ECU tuning software releases the full potential of the car, with software that is fully adjustable to suit individual driving styles and the car’s modifications.

Revo Technik specialise in the performance software and software accessories for Volkswagen and Audi group and Porsche vehicles. As market leaders the Revo team pioneered the tuning of ECUs via the OBDII port for VAG vehicles and are THE PERFORMANCE ADVANTAGE in aftermarket tuning. Revo are world leaders in performance software with Headquarters in Daventry – England, engineering centres in the UK and USA and over 300 authorised dealers worldwide.

Terms & Conditions:

1. Offer open to UK residents only.
2. £100 discount off all Revo Performance Software will only apply when full Revo Technik Performance Software is purchased (excludes stage upgrades and updates of existing software).
3. Purchase must be made between November 26th 2010 and December 31st 2010.
4. The promoter is Revo Developments Ltd, 37 Lanchester Way, Daventry, Northamptonshire, NN11 8PH, United Kingdom, Registered in the UK no: 4916700


heat added, if you have a turbo or turbo diesel car get this and you will love your car again makes an amazing improvement in performance.
Edited by: "chrisvenn" 27th Nov 2010

Make sure you understand the risks that you might have thou

I'd recommend a custom map over a generic one any day though.

Shop around & quite a few tuners will offer custom maps at the same prices as the Revo generic one's.

You can also limit the torque on the custom maps if you dont want to shell out for a new clutch. When I had my last car, I had it mapped to 330lb/ft torque & 200bhp (1.9FR TDI SEAT Leon). Still got 55mpg & it went like stink.

Had to fork out £900 on a Sach's racing clutch though as the standard one was slipping & couldnt handle the torque.

Also be warned that you should inform your insurance company you have had this done, which will hike up premiums. People say they cannot tell that the ecu has got a non standard map on, but if they looked, it is very easy to upto you !
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