At Auto Torque we specialise in services, maintenance and repairs for all makes and models of cars.
We provide competitive service plans for Mitsubishi Evo, Subaru, Nissan, BMW, Honda and Toyota cars.
- We service all Mitsubishi Evo models, Nissan GTRs & 350Z, Honda Civic & Accord type Rs, Subaru Impreza WRX & STIs, BMW M & CSL range, Renault Sports, Audi RS & Quattro...read more
- We specialise in Engine, Turbo, Clutch, Exhaust, Suspension, Interior and Exterior Upgrades. Ask us for what upgrades you're looking for. We have years of experience in carrying out upgrades...read more
- Here at Auto Torque we offer ECU remapping for Petrol and Diesel vehicles.
Depending on you requirements if you want increased fuel efficiency, more low down torque for towing or out and out power for performance we can carry this out on a 4 wheel drive dyno Dynamics rolling road and give you power read outs before and after.
We remap many standard ECUs for Japanese performance cars , Specialising in The Mitsubishi Evo range 5-X, Nissan GTRs & 200SX, Honda Type R, Subaru Impreza, Mazdas and many more.
Whatever your requirements are, we can offer the complete solution for total engine and performance management.
- Mitsubishi’s turbocharged 2.0L 4G63 has long been one of the most powerful and reliable four-cylinder engines available.
The Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IX version is rated at 286 horsepower, offering an impressive 143 horsepower per litre. Even more remarkable is the potential power that can be unleashed with very few modifications. For this reason, few EVOs roaming the streets today are left unmodified. The quest for more power often includes common modifications such as a high-performance exhaust, larger turbocharger and ECU recalibration. These are all effective methods of increasing output, but limitations such as fuel octane and engine displacement will eventually cap the tuner’s ability to generate more power. Furthermore, the lack of mid-range torque can leave a lot to be desired from those using their car for daily driving. The solution to this problem is obvious: build a bigger engine and feed it with better fuel. Stroking the engine to 2.3 litres with a 100mm 4G64 crankshaft is the most common way to increase displacement, but after a little digging, we discovered that some 4G64 blocks-found in vehicles ranging from Mitsubishi trucks to the non-turbo Eclipse-are almost a direct replacement for the EVO’s 4G63 block, and can be stroked to a true 2.4 liters.
We offer different variations of forges engine builds from Long rod builds to 2.4 stroker engines. Replacement cam shafts, bigger valves, ported and polished cylinder heads and all options for your desired custom engine build.