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Tornado Systems Engine Management Technology

Tornado Systems specialises in Engine Management technology, principally for the Rover V8 engine. This legendary power unit has been used in many different Land Rover and Range Rover vehicles, and also in TVR, Morgan, and Triumph sports cars. We cater for modification (sometimes known as chip tuning or re-mapping) and maintenance of all the manufacturer's original Electronic Fuel Injection and Engine Management systems that have been used with this engine.
 
These systems include the Lucas 4CU (with flap-type Air Flow Meter or AFM), the 14CUX (hot wire AFM), and the Lucas-Sagem GEMS system. The last Rover V8 engines used in the Range Rover P38 and Discovery 2 were controlled by Bosch Motronic M5.2.1 (also known as the "Thor" engine), and we are now able to support this too. Over the years we have set up over 2000 engines on Rolling Road or Engine Dynomometer, the bulk of which have been Rover V8s.
 
However we also support aftermarket systems too, and are able to offer Rolling Road or Engine Dynomometer mapping and configuration services for Omex, MoTeC and DTA amongst others. We are an Omex distributor, and recommend these products as an aftermarket choice because they are one of the very few aftermarket suppliers that carry the full European Type Approval that is a legal requirement for use in a road vehicle.
 
Over the years we have been asked to set up several other engines, and these include Honda and Nissan V6 engines amongst others.
 
More recently we have added the highly successful Nissan Micra K11 Bosch Motronic M4.6 system to the portfolio, which is used on the CG10DE and CGA3DE coil-pack engines.
 
We also have products available for the Land Rover TD5 and Puma 2.4 TDCi engines, and the 4.2 Supercharged Range Rover engine.
 

Reducing fuel compsumption is environmentally sound

It stands to reason that if you can reduce fuel consumption, then you also reduce exhaust emissions at the same time. This is true if the harmful components of exhaust emissions are not increased significantly in the process. We aim to do this by focussing on the efficency of the engine when modifying it, and in this way we can get both performance and economy.
 
Reducing consumption goes further than just the fuel you put in your vehicle. A !0% reduction means exactly the same reduction in tanker miles to deliver the fuel, energy used to refine it, etc.,.

Accelerate technology

Limitations and restrictions exist which prevent your car from achieving optimal performance. The manufacturerís emissions test is extremely rigorous due to inclusion of all parts of the driving cycle, especially warm up and full load operation, which is where problem emissions are at a maximum. To meet these they compromise performance and efficiency of the engine. If these tests arenít met manufacturers donít sell vehicles.

Accelerate your performance

Youíll find an extensive range of products here to upgrade and maintain your petrol engine V8. All provide the performance you should expect from your vehicle, and certainly deserve for the investment youíve made.

No Trade-Off Between Economy and Power

Your requirements are met through a stable and predictable idle quality, good engine braking and an engine which has plenty of midrange torque. Perfect idle control for hill descents and winching, with no possibility of stalling. Total reliability ensures you never lose control.

Offroaders in the driving seat

Your requirements are met through a stable and predictable idle quality, good engine braking and an engine which has plenty of midrange torque. Perfect idle control for hill descents and winching, with no possibility of stalling. Total reliability ensures you never lose control.

Greater expectations

By comparison we know climate conditions and fuel quality your vehicle experiences and can therefore improve efficiency by reducing fuel consumption and optimising the engine to get its best performance on full load, which is less than 10% of the time.

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