Month: February 2019


I’ve always liked the Audi TT, ever since Need For Speed Underground 2. It has been a joy working with this Nardo Grey Audi TT MK3 8S featuring the robust 2.0L EA888.3 engine. We rebuilt the engine with slightly lowered compression aftermarket forged pistons and replaced the factory IS20 turbocharger with CTS Turbo BOSS kit, which is actually a customised made-to-fit Garrett GTX2867R.

Big turbo setups like these will require additional cooling. Hence a WagnerTuning Competition intercooler is put in place to allow more charged air volume and reducing the overall charged air temperature. On top of that, KATECOOL engine oil cooler is also used to reduce the overall oil temperature.

Results shown on the dyno is 428 wheel hp and close to 500Nm. That’s 200 wheel horse power more compared to stock!


We’ve been doing quite a lot of development on the BMW S55 engines lately, especially on the BMW M4. It is already an impressive car in stock condition, however to some, stock is never enough. This particular M4 that we worked on just came out from the dealership for only a couple of days, and had went straight for a cat-less down-pipe then to us for the engine performance upgrade. We strapped the car on a dynojet dynanometer and got right to work.

At 1.7 bar of boost pressure, we managed an explosive 510 wheel-horsepower and 740Nm of torque! That’s approximately 600 brake horse-power! 160+ bhp gained compared to stock!

We also did a P-Gear (a device for measuring sprint timings) test on a Taiwanese Stage 2 M4 that we tuned recently, and the result was an impressive 7.66 seconds for 100-200km/h sprint!


We usher in the new year on a high note with our Hong Kong Authorised Dealer Monster Garage‘s personal Racing Yellow Porsche Cayman GT4! This stunning Cayman runs a full Fabspeed Motorsport exhaust system, so that calls for our Stage 2 ECU optimisation. We gained its naturally aspirated 3.8L flat-six 30 bhp 30 Nm with improved engine response, taking it up to 415 bhp 450 Nm!