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Tunehouse Mazda3 MPS: 240kW Spec C performance upgrade

May 8, 2013

Sydney performance workshop Tunehouse offers a kit that extracts 240 flywheel kilowatts from Mazda’s hottest front-wheel drive hatch, the Mazda3 MPS.

Mazda 3 MPS

Tunehouse Mazda 3 MPS 240kW Spec C performance upgrade – information on kit:

In standard form, the current-gen Mazda3 MPS comes with a 2.3-litre turbocharged four-cylinder producing 190kW of power and 380Nm of torque. It’s good for around 6.1 seconds for the 0-100km/h dash (according to the manufacturer).

The Tunehouse kit includes a new dump pipe and catalytic converter to help improve exhaust flow, as well as an ECUTEK engine computer tune, which is installed and fine-tuned on Tunehouse’s in-house dyno.

 

Tunehouse Mazda 3 MPS 240kW Spec C performance upgrade – parts used:

  • Tunehouse Racing stainless steel dump pipe
  • Tunehouse Racing catalytic converter upgrade
  • ECUTEK ECU upgrade
  • Tunehouse Racing custom dyno tune

An optional cat-back exhaust system is available if you’re after a more sporty note from your MPS.

Tunehouse Mazda 3 MPS 240kW Spec C performance upgrade – estimated power figure:

240kW at the engine*

*Power figures are indicative only

 

Tunehouse Mazda 3 MPS 240kW Spec C performance upgrade – price:

Pricing varies and depends on what specification and what model you have. Call Tunehouse for a more accurate quote.

 

Workshop details: Tunehouse
Tunehouse is a performance workshop based in Sydney that specialises in vehicle servicing as well as high performance car enhancements. Tunehouse can complete all handbook servicing and maintenance without affecting new car warranty.

Contact:
Phone: (02) 9557 4000
Fax: (02) 9557 4366
Email: info@tunehouse.com.au

Website:
www.tunehouse.com.au

Address:
11 Chalder Street, Marrickville NSW 2204 (map shown below)

Josh was one of the original co-founders of PerformanceDrive. His expertise is car culture and aftermarket performance. He was the editor at Hot4s Magazine for a few years, and has since worked at Fast Fours, Zoom, and as a journalist for The Project Group.

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