• Increased BHP
• Increased Torque
• Fuel Savings on average of 12%
• Professional dealer install available
• 2 Year Product Warranty
• Part Exchange or reprogram for your next machine
The Tunit II has provided reliable performance tuning to electronically controlled injection systems since 1998. Adjustment and setup is simple via a screw on the body or visit one of our dealers for an install. Performance and economy gains are seen immediately. Drive is easier and smoother.
The Tunit II focuses on reducing the lag seen on older diesel engines. Mid-range improved torque makes driving much more of a pleasure bringing benefits in economy also.
The Tunit II is adjustable on installation. If the vehicle has a change of use then further adjustments can be made.
The Tunit has provided economy for many years on an array of applications and has been used extensively on Military vehicles.
Tim ,Landrover Range Rover 2.5 D
Brilliant added some extra power to a much undepeforming engine! Really easy to fit too
Just wanted to update you with progress. No problems fitting the unit now - quite clear where the little tinker is supposed to reside. Plug fitted in-circuit in about 10 mins then a bit of head scratching on where to position the unit itself. In the end I went for what looks like a redundant plastic bracket at the front of the air filter assembly on nearside (I'm thinking plastic might reduce vibration somewhat) and the cable routes alongside other cables on top of the rad. This also makes it easy to uninstall for service time (I'm a bit paranoid about Volvo dealer whingeing about warranty etc. so I'll take the short time to remove and refit as it's so straightforward). Couldn't resist tweaking the dial from 5 to 6 but won't go beyond that - no need in retrospect. Results: Amazing! Very, very impressed that such a straightforward addition can provide substantive and noticeable all round improvements - without any apparent compromises (are there any?) - specifically: - Engine is much smoother, particularly at idle up to about 1600 rpm which is normal 'about town' traffic; is also smoother at motorway speeds - Noticeable improvement in power/torque at mid- high-range rpm and certainly faster pick up from low revs - there was a considerable 'lag' before that has reduced considerably. It's a different drive. - After just one weekend and about 250 miles of mixed motoring the mpg meter is returning an improvement of +2mpg to normal (now just over 48mpg) - I've not got over this before and I'm certain with some longer runs this is going to be much improved - I'll let you know in a month's time how it's going. End result - very happy for now. What I don't understand is how or why Volvo with all their R&D capability can't deliver this on the car itself? Or is this just 2 years of technology development? Thanks a