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Which Rolling Road / Tuners would you recommend?


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Just back from a soaking wet 360 mile round trip to Northampton Motorsports to get my Zetec / MBE 956 re-mapped.  Recommendations on here consider them to be the best on older MBE 956s, which are not

EFI parts. Runcorn. Quite flexible guy that does from track and rally cars to Drag monsters. Better give him a call to ask him abou your setup and find out what he can do. Is a super honest guy,

The sage advice seems to be to ensure they're (extremely) familiar with mapping your particular ECU

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Does anyone remember that guy called Syd's Tuning Shop that used to go to the kit car shows with a mobile rolling road?

Look him up. A class act. Perhaps he does home visits?  :devil:  :p

My personal preference is Steve Greenauld and Dave Walker. I've been to both and was very impressed on both occassions. I've also been to Aldon Automotive in Stourbridge but not for a few years. They used to be good but I havent had any reports of anyone using them for while. I've never been to NMS for a session but my confidence in them was upped when I went along to a club talk there a few weeks ago. Maybe I'll try them when the need arises.

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Barry Ashcroft

My Vote would be for

Mech Repairs,

Unit 4 Haven Works,

Tewkesbury Road,

Cheltenham,

Gloucestershire,

GL51 9AA

Tel: 01242 243385    Fax :  01242 243385

Can anybody recommend an outfit with V8 knowledge and capable of handling 500bhp so prefarably hub dyno's instead of rollers.

Barry

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bill shurvinton
For a hub dyno Pip at WGT auto developments in Northwich is recommended. Bit of a haul for some, but he is a good guy. Specialises in rotary engines ( built that 13B engined westfield that was banned from the WSCC for being too fast (sorry loud)), but an engine is an engine and a good tuner can tune anything.
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Blatman
Point of order... it wasn't banned from the WSCC, it was banned from the BARC Westfield Race Series which had absolutely *nothing* to do with the WSCC at all.
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But both series had 'Westfield' in the name?

Shows how much attention I pay as I thought the westfield speed series was the only series. I stand corrected but still recommend Pip for a hub dyno

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davidgh

I've had very good experience with Mech Repairs in Cheltenham.

Indeed I had  --  last year.

I consider what they did for me this year to have been sloppy  --  and the accompanying invoice was about 50% per hour greater than last year (still in discussion).

Recommendation withdrawn  :angry:

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Best ringing the operator you are thinking of using they - will vary. Most work on a 'per hour' basis + parts if required, so will depend on exactly what you want doing.
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gee_fin.. thats just soooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo handy!!!!!!! didn't even know there was one  right on my door step! Result!

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:t-up: Cheers, I've taken the first steps to make a standalone site of it to allow users to post ratings, reviews and comments and for the owners/site admin to expand a little on the facilities they offer. Bit snowed right now, but would like to think it'd be live in a month or so.

Cheers,

Graeme.

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:t-up:  :t-up:

Nice! Cheers  :)

Although just to be picky..  :blush:   To be able to auto zoom into the various regions would be a nice feature to add in your spare time.  ;)   :cool:

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