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TMC Motorsport Tuning Boxes
Hello friends, I would like to introduce myself and my company TMC Motorsport, we supply a large range of plug in engine tuning kits for almost all Audi/VW common rail diesel engined models and also for all of the 1.4/1.8 and 2.0 TSi/TFSi gasoline turbo engines including the latest EDC/MED 17 cars which currently can't be re-mapped.

We also supply ECU re-mapping equipment and tuning files for most makes of European cars. We offer excellent discounts to bona fide trade customers who wish to distribute our products.

Our tuning boxes are an alternative to chip tuning/ re-mapping for those who are concerned about warranty issues as our units are fully plug in and when removed leave no trace of the car being modified. Also the very newest Audi/VW models can no longer be re-mapped via OBD port, to do them the ECU must be opened and programmed direct to the PCB board but breaking the ECU seal will invalidate warranty.

TMC tuning kits will give similar gains to chip tuning and use multiple connections to the engine to control fuelling, turbo pressure and timing. Our units come with 30 days money back guarantee and 3 years warranty.Most kits can be fitted in around 15 minutes and are German manufactured with most carrying the German TUV certification.

We are offering a special forum price of £299 GBP(no taxes charged to USA or Canada) on our multi-channel tuning box range which includes shipping to USA or Canada and accept secure payment by credit/debit cards or Paypal.

If anyone has any questions I will be happy to answer them. Please remember the timezone difference which may delay my replys at certain times.

Please visit our website TMC Motorsport - Car Tuning Kits - Diesel Tuning Kits - Engine Tuning Kits - ECU Flash - ECU Flashing (home) or email [email protected]

Thank you.
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