Welcome back to your monthly service and news update for all things Revo related, directly from the people behind the brand. We hope you’re keeping safe and keeping positive. This month we’ve put together some bits about a new intake, our extended hardware sale and some reviews to keep you entertained while we can’t all get out.
Pre-Order your Ford Fiesta ST MK8 Intake
When you begin to enhance performance, the restrictive OEM intake struggles to flow enough air, robbing the engine of power. Revo Air Intake Systems remove these restrictive elements promoting smoother airflow. We have designed two kits, an open cone system which gives a more aggressive sound and optimal performance. Or an OEM+ system which keeps the stock airbox whilst still giving performance gains.
We have extended our lockdown hardware sale
We have extended our lockdown sale, take 15% off selected hardware till the end of May, while stocks last. Products include Carbon Series Intakes, Big Brake Kits, Intercoolers and RV0 Wheels. Give your Revo Authorised Dealer
a call today.
Revo RS3 Software Review
I recently purchased an Audi RS3 saloon to replace my ageing supercharged Audi S5; on paper, the RS3 looked to be a suitable, natural progression offering more performance, better handling and a technology upgrade.
What is an OPF / GPF?
You may have read and seen people mentioning an OPF or GPF? Find out what are they and what do they do.
Does a battery disconnect delete your software?
With your car staying put for the time being, you may find yourself with a flat battery, but what does this mean for your Revo software? We give you the answers.
Get to know the “Godfather of lowness”
We go #behindtheshutters with Reinhard Rode, the boss man at Werk2 Automotive. Known locally as the ‘Godfather of Lowness’, Werk2 are the guys that Volkswagen call when they want to tune a car.
Missing car shows as much as us?
We can’t believe its May already and we haven’t been able to go to a show yet. The start of 2020 has defiantly been difficult, and we should have been well underway with shows and planning for the rest of the year. As it stands we have nice clean cars and now where to go.
So here’s a look back at Players Classic 2019.