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Superior Performance

Performance is our passion and we work to get more out of your engine. Optimise your petrol engine today for more power, torque and fuel economy.

Adjustable Tuning

The Tunit Optimum Plus is easy to fit to any petrol vehicle by simply plugging in to the OBD port. The Optimum Plus uniquely can be adjusted from your phone Eco to Sport Plus.

Go Eco

Easily switch between Eco, Sport and Sport Plus from your phone. The Optimum Plus provides a unique ability to fine tune to your needs.

REVIEWS

Denis , Skoda Superb

I have had my unit installed for some months, at first I had problems with fuel consumption! higher than without the unit in. I phoned your experts and was advised to take the unit from a setting of 3 to max(9). I was also told that your operative believed that torque was the secret for performance and lower fuel consumption. I can now after extensive use of my car towing (a 24foot van) tell you he was spot on! I use the torque where it applies to my outfit, I can tow comfortably at 53mph at 1600rpm, the available torque allows for a down change if needed for hill climbing, fuel consumption 33-36 mpg over the whole journey. Be fair! at 1600rpm the engine is just ticking over. Now I can also tow the same van at 70mph, now I am using the extra power supplied by the unit, don't look for fuel savings here as I will return 25-27mpg. A word to the wise don't expect to see any use from your unit if you use Supermaket fuel, its crap, Some time ago I stopped using Tesco and like fuels, and I now have a different performing car. Sorry to go on, but thought you would like to know. Regards Denis Hall.

Henry, Nissan Navara 2.5 dCI

I found the tunit very easy to install and despite some sceptisism on my part about an 'add on box' as opposed to an ECU reprogramme, I am impressed with the unit. I had a motorway journey planned from North Wales to London in my Nissan Navara towing a Fifth Wheel and decided to drive half way, stay overnight, install the tunit the next morning and compare.

As both halves of the journey were predominantly motorway and dual carriageway, carried out in similar weather conditions (dry and blustery) and I set the cruise control to the same setting (68 mph) I think these are fairly accurate results. The first half of the journey without the Tunit the automatic gearbox seamed to be changing gear a fair bit and I achieved an average consumption of 13.1 mpg off the trip computer. The second half of the journey with the Tunit installed seamed to be more relaxed with the gearbox only changing occasionally and the vehicle able to hold it's speed more consistently, fuel consumption was 18.2 mpg, a significant improvement. I have not compared the performance when not towing in an objective manner, but subjectively it now feels more like a sports car rather than a big truck and I am averaging 32 to 34 mpg, so both performance and economy have improved.

I have had two vehicles with remapped ECUs - an Audi A3 2.0 TDI 140 PS and a Fiat Ducato 2.8 Motorhome. Both had impressive hikes in performance and improved fuel consumption, but not to the scale of the tunit, I have been changed from a sceptic to a convert.

Thanks for your help when making this decision it is not one that I will regret as I will recover the cost very quickly.