We love having American muscle in the workshop, it doesn’t get much more muscly than this Chevrolet Camaro which is in for some restoration work and running issues.
This is a pretty serious piece of damage sustained on this Nissan GTR, where a pothole caused the Front Shock Turret to be split as well as destroying one of the alloy wheels in the process.
The engine had to be removed to be able to repair the shock turret.
This Subaru Impreza Hatchback came to us for some performance upgrades including a front mount intercooler with modified pipework with a Perrin breather system. Engine oil pick up pipe replaced. A very clean and well looked after Impreza Hatch
This Mustang was brought in to have some Steeda UK parts fitted, including wheel spacers, rear bumper side lamp reflectors, lower rear bumper LED light conversion, rear subframe bush collars and a 4 wheel alignment.
This has been a lovely project for us to undertake, we started with a standard Mercedes-Benz A45 AMG and our client wanted us to develop a reliable performance package for fast-road use.
The car features a re-worked turbo by AET Motorsport, the exhaust is a full turbo-back un-valved system by Milltek Sport, a water/meth injection system by AEM Performance Electronics, an Intake system by Mishimoto Automotive and ECU calibration on our 4wd dyno by Simon from Bevo Tuning.
Power is just under 500bhp @ 495bhp and torque is 430lbft
Feature video below!
This Honda Civic Type-R FD2 was in for some servicing works and an ECU tune.
Our mapper Romain managed to squeeze more torque lower down in the rev range and hold this consistently, between 15-20lbft additional in most parts.
We fitted an ESS 570 supercharger kit to this E46 M3 recently, which helps this engine to produce….you guessed it….570bhp.
We built a fully forged engine in-house so the power on-tap is coupled with reliability!
This is one of the most complete fast-road M3 set ups we have done.
This Subaru Impreza STI Wagon was brought in for a health check, full service and dyno testing to ensure fueling is correct on boost.
380bhp on full boost and even popping some flames out the rear! See the video below.
BMW E46 M3 rear chassis strengthening plates are becoming a reoccurring job for us lately! This particular car already had cheaper smaller plated fitted to only 3 out of 4 places they are needed. Enjoy the step by step pictures
This is another Audi RS4 suffering the common clogging up of intake and exhaust ports, we use our carbon cleaning and bead blasting equipment to renew the ports for the most efficiency the engine can deliver. We will post up the BHP/LBFT figures from the dyno shortly.
This 500 Abath came into us with a blown head gasket. Being it’s 3rd head gasket (previous two repaired elsewhere) we decided to future proof and upgrade vital components to stop it from happening again. Using an uprated head gasket from Fiat and ARP head studs to hold the down under boost from the larger turbo. We also fitted an oil catch can as one was not fitted.
This is a very well preserved Nissan 300ZX brought in for a health check and brake disc skimming.
A very impressive transformation on this e46 320D. Picking up a half finished job isn’t always easy as someone else started to fit the front mount intercooler leaving us to finished the job. Using a pipe swaging tool we put a bead on an unfinished join, secured pipes, secured the intercooler and mapped the car using out in house dyno for before and after power and torque figures. Just look at the increase!
Run 1: BHP = 164.8 / LBFT = 255.9
Run 2: BHP = 211.3 / LBFT = 334.6
A nice example of a GTR having engine, gearbox and diff services, along with a Miltek Y pipe change in preparation for its owners road trip across Europe.
We also skimmed the brake discs which you can see in the video below.
This Plymouth Barracuda was brought in to us for a carburetor tune-up, for such a classic American Muscle car the power is very respectable, as is the amount of BHP still being produced after so many years.
Pictures and video below
This Ford Mustang sounds fantastic on our dyno after fitting new free flowing headers. Power is up considerably too, to 451bhp and 382lbft
Pictures and video below
Turn up your volume 🙂
This Audi RS4 was previously brought to us for carbon bead blasting of the inlet ports, which were full of carbon deposits. The owner decided he wanted to fully unleash the power available from this wonderful V8 engine. Run1 (before ecu remap) 385bhp / 304 lbft Run 2 (after ecu remap) 431bhp / 317lbft
This Renault Megane RS has had a service and a previous ecu remap by another company, she was brought to us to have the ecu map downloaded and cleaned up. The graph shows a cleaner BHP curve and a stronger and cleaner torque curve. Before ECU cleanup – 263bhp / 267lbft After ECU cleanup & fresh remap – 272bhp / 295lbft
This lovely spec EVO X came in for a full service with timing chain replacement, we used all genuine parts which is what this car deserves!
This is Patrick’s Clio Sport in with us again, this time having some maintenance work, disc skimming and Carbotech pads fitted.
Previous work we have carried out on this car includes Bilstein B16 club sport suspension + setup, LSD upgrade, exhaust system upgrade, ECU remap and now all of that is matched with the new stopping power! To make this an incredible little track car.