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I've got a 05 plate MG ZT CDTi 135, and want to tune it up abit. I do mostly motorway miles and just after some extra power. Had a look at chips and power upgrades, what ones are the best. Hope someone can help with thes. thanx
 

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is the TUNE-AM TU3 unit any good?? Its just i've spent a lot of money on the ca and the last thing i want to do is c*ck up the engine. Has anyone got one of these on there CDTi 135??
 

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loads have them fitted mate
Ron knows his stuff
i have had one of his tuning boxes on my 600 diesel for over 18k and cars fine.
if you were to buy one from a tuning place just because you think it would be safer you would be wrong and also your wallet will be a hell of a lot lighter too
do a search on the rover 75 forum on here and you will see what people have to say about Ron's work.
http://forums.mg-rover.org/showthread.php?t=124909
 

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There are loads of people with TU3 and TU4 units on 135 models. I did some of the original test work on my car and can highly recommend it.
 

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My 135 cdti is now a very fast car. Thanks to Rons incredible inventions.
And you can choose your own state of tune.
If you feel safer with that you can take stage one or two.
But six is great fun!!!
Yesterday I switched the tuningbox off, just for the feeling.
I'd almost forgotten how slow the car was this way.
 

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The only thing I can add to the previous posts (and thanks for the positive comments), is to mention the price (£129) and my money back guarantee if you aren't satisfied.

Ron
 
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