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124 ABARTH // S. Milovanovic

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124 ABARTH // E. Malone

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124 ABARTH // Eurocompulsion

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500 ABARTH // R.M. Cruz

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EUROCOMPULSION // LATEST VIDEO

In this episode of Eurocompulsion "SESSIONS", we install our V4 Air Intake system on our completely stock 124 ABARTH, and see how it performs on the dyno.

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EUROCOMPULSION // LATEST TECH INFO

Technical information on our EURO+DRIVE Clone ECU tuning for the Alfa Romeo Quadrifoglio (QV) 2.9L Twin Turbo.

This tune has been in development since April of 2017, and has accumulated more than 6,000 miles in road durability testing, as well as countless more miles in dyno testing throughout our revisions. Safety and longevity for the 2.9L engine was paramount. Our objective was to squeeze as much as possible out of the turbos and engines without sacrificing mechanical reliability, thus rigorous testing was necessary.