Welcome to our gallery showing some of the more interesting projects we have had pass through our workshop. We thought you may like to see what we get up to aside from the day-to-day service & repair work we carry out.

Monday, 13 December 2010

MR2 Roadster Turbo Conversion

Another MR2 Roadster Turbo conversion. This project has taken quite a while to reach this stage. The owner has put in a lot of time into this car - we have assisted with providing the Dastek Uni-Q Engine Managment & manufacturing a bespoke fuel pressure regulator to cope with the extra fuelling demands this conversion requires. We are always happy to offer advice to those brave enough,like this owner, to DIY install.

Friday, 12 February 2010

Celica VVT-i Supercharged

This very interesting machine came to us having already had a very tidy supercharger conversion. It had some major fuelling issues - we fitted the correct sized injectors & carried out a bespoke remap via the Dastek Unichip piggy-back system. Sorted !

Friday, 27 November 2009

Alfa Romeo Zagato

From time to time we get a car in & have to ask what it is! This is a classic Alfa which came in for a tune-up on our Dyno. Nice to see a very rare & valuable car still get regular use.

Wednesday, 12 August 2009

Ferrari 360 Spider

Unfortunately we were asked to do nothing more than check the oil on this beauty. An absolute stunner of a car which sounded as good as it looked!

Monday, 27 July 2009

Range Rover Dastek Powerplug

We offer a wide range of performance upgrades for the most popular 4x4's. This Range Rover was fitted with the Dastek Powerplug & not only gave over an extra 30bhp but an improved MPG. A definite win-win situation !

Monday, 27 April 2009

Toyota MR2 Bodykit

We first saw this MR2 way back in 2003. Over the years it has changed owners but still retained the stunning Lamborghini Orange paintwork. Still a frequent visitor & a car we love working on.

Tuesday, 20 January 2009

MG Rover Track Car

This one is a regular visitor to our workshop. Living on a race track is a hazardous business & pushes the engine & drivetrain to its limits (not forgetting the bodywork picking up the odd battle scar!).