Tunit Standard

$325.00

The Tunit Standard provides outstanding performance to any diesel engine. Used worldwide by individual drivers and industry since 1998 (updated each year). As well as improving BHP and torque,
fuel consumption has been reduced by many customers. Installed through original plugs by yourself or through one of our worldwide dealers. Bespoke fine tuning can be carried out on installation or at a later date.

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Description

• Increased BHP
• Increased Torque
• Fuel Savings on average of 12%
• Adjustable between 0 and 9
• Able to be dealer bespoke tuned
• Easy to install
• 2 Year Product Warranty
• 3 Year Part Exchange or reprogram for your next vehicle

Superior Performance

Performance is our passion and we work to get more out of your engine. Optimise your diesel engine with outstanding torque and BHP. Average fuel savings of 12%

Adjustable Tuning

The Tunit Standard installed by you or through our dealer network. Adjustable 0-9 to your needs to bespoke tune through our dealer network.

Go Eco

Every driver and every car is different. Choose a setting 0-9, higher or lower to improve economy.

REVIEWS

Rob ,Landrover Discovery TDI 2.5 Au

The landrover has inceased in both torque and power, but mostly noticeable in pulling the horse box up hills, rather than increased speed. But it is faster pulling away from junctions.

Rolly,Toyota GXL Turbo Diesel

Hello Troy,

I thought that I show drop you a note about my satisfaction with the Tunit Model V-VP that was installed in my 2004 Toyota GXL Turbo Diesel 100 series Auto Station wagon.

This was the vehicle that was Dyno Tested at Labrador after installation.

The following are a series of consumption figures that I have achieved in the first month on the road.

Kilometres driven Fuel Used in Litres Kilometres / litre Litres / 100 km
1142.7 165.18 6.92 14.46
836.6 96.70 8.65 11.56
573.9 76.80 7.47 13.38
609.9 81.90 7.45 13.43


The first reading was with the Tunit setting at 6 (as you had set it after the Dyno) and also included the climb through the hills to Canungra and then over Cunninghams Gap to Warwick with our