Monthly Archives: May 2011
We had programmed a 2012 SLS AMG for GI Motorsport in Los Angeles recently which made the front cover of European Car Magazine. You can pick up a copy at your local book store.
Just to let our Rolls Royce Ghost customers know we have started to work on tuning the Rolls Royce Ghost, we will write a blog once we’ve completed it.
We programmed the first Bentley Supersport for the biggest Bentley dealership in the world along time ago but never took any pictures. We have programmed many since and done another one this morning at GI Motorsport of Los Angeles.
Yesterday we were given the pleasure of tuning the first 2012 Bentley GT in the world. The car was programmed at GI Motorsport in Los Angeles. The results were amazing. There was no checksum available for this car and like on many occasion’s it had to be made for us.
The ECU upgrade for the 2011 BMW 1M Coupe is now available, the result is 400hp 428lbs tq on a stock car. Tests will be carried out in a couple of weeks with a upgraded inter-cooler, we’ll post the dyno sheet with this upgrade. We can also remove the speed limiter on most software versions. Again we were the first company in North America to offer this upgrade. Price is $995
A couple of weeks ago we had programmed another Mercedes SLS AMG at GI Motorsport in Los Angeles, this car will also have the full Brabus kit installed. GI Motorsport is not like your regular ‘aftermarket shop’, unlike most shops GI is very performance focused. We work with all of the biggest shops/dealerships in North America and working with GI Motorsport is a reminder of what a ‘aftermarket shop’ should be. Jim Dunphy of Brabus USA delivered the parts in person while we were tuning the car. Read more about GI Motorsport. Owner: Amber Blonigan GI Motorsports LAGerman Independent Inc.11006 Santa Monica Blvd Los Angeles CA 90025310.473.9360-off.310.473.9360-fx
Due to our work load we were unable to attend MFest this year, we finally tuned Chris of MFest’s car on the Tuesday after. The gain on a stock E60 M5 is 32hp 24lbs tq using 91 octane. (He has also headers, etc)