Monza Sports Tuning have been involved in the tuning of Alfa Romeo ECUs since their involvement in the Alfa Romeo Championship back in 1998-2003. Bryn Griffiths dominated the production 2 litre class in 2001 and was Class E Champion and runner-up in the overall championship. He took 10 Class E wins and set eight new lap records at the ten circuits visited. In 2002 he took 11 wins, 2 seconds and 1 third place out of 14 races entered in a season of complete reliability for his Monza prepared Alfa Romeo 156. Bryn notched up his 21st class win on his way to his second Class E title!
In 2003, he was the first man to win a race in a Diesel in the UK (and possibly the world) in a race against petrol vehicles at Castle Coombe in Class F of the Alfa Romeo Championship. He was driving an Alfa Romeo 156 Sportwagon 2.4 JTD.
The Alfa Romeo MiTo 170BHP Cloverleaf benefits from the GT 1446 Turbo and by modifying the exhaust system and intake on our Alfa Romeo MiTo Carbonio we have achieved a stunning 216BHP. Please see left for the rolling road printout. This turns the Cloverleaf into an awesome proposition. Equally available fror the Alfa Romeo Giulietta 1.4 TB.
Our standard car gave a healthy 143BHP in Dynamic mode, but then by paying great attention to the torque delivery and driveability on the road, we were able to achieve a further 18BHP with no other modifications. These are actual proven gains not just claims calculated by percentages!
The Alfa Romeo MiTo 170BHP Cloverleaf benefits from the GT 1446 Turbo and by modifying the exhaust system and intake on our Alfa Romeo MiTo Carbonio we have achieved a stunning 216BHP. On purely a re-map on the MiTo Cloverleaf, we managed 198 BHP - an amazing increase.
The Alfa Romeo Giulietta Cloverleaf made 227BHP on the rolling road in standard trim. The response on the re-map gave gains of 20BHP. but it is the way the power is delivered that is so impressive as can be seen by the modified curves on the print-out. And all from £375!
Later Alfa Romeo diesel models are all equipped with Diesel Particulate Filters (DPFs) which mean that they have to be very carefully modified to avoid the car going through the re-generation process of the DPF, detrimental to both performance and economy. Some other tuners have not managed to achieve as good a result as Monza Sports, as they have resorted to complete DPF removal which will cause problems later on as emission regulations for MOTs are tightenened.