Unichip and the Haval H6 2.0 GDIT Auto 

Unichip and the Haval H6 2.0 GDIT Auto  Whilst we normally get good results on the Haval H6 2.0 GDIT Auto models of around 10 – 15% our standard reply about results and three-month money-back warranty follows: Because no two vehicles are alike it is impossible...

Everything Works in Harmony

Everything works in Harmony Tuning a vehicle is not fitting white speedometer dials, wings, skirts or even different camshafts or exhausts! Tuning is simply adjusting the three things an engine works with to be at the best possible combinations for all conditions....

Power Requirements – How Much Is Enough?

How much power do you really need? What do you think is the acceptable power requirement for the average South African car owner? Nothing less than too much, that will be just enough, is usually the answer. As South Africans, we are notorious for having a fondness for...

Power, Heat And Efficiency Loss

The combustion engine is synonymous with power, heat and efficiency loss. The combustion engine work on the principle of igniting fuel in order to propel your vehicle. It is highly likely that this is all we think about when we think of the engine of a vehicle – its core principle. We don’t always think about efficiency loss. Yes, we do indeed think about the performance, but there is something we easily oversee. It is sometimes better not to focus on how well you do in a test. Rather look at what you did not achieve. You may score 75% or 80% and think that the distinction is a great achievement. It is, but consider that there is actually 20 to 25% of the work you don’t know. When you look at it this way, the picture takes on an entirely different image.