Posts Tagged ‘alfa romeo tuning’

Markuzzi Exclusive Alfa MiTo

Wednesday, March 31st, 2010:

Alfa MiTo Tuning

Markuzzi Exclusive brings us their latest build with the Alfa MiTo 1.4TB series. Previously we featured the Markuzzi redesigned Reventon style Lamborghini Gallardo, and have now received the tuning news of the upgraded Alfa Romeo MiTo. From the factory the car holds 155 hp, but after a power increase from the tuners it now boasts a few upgraded parts and performance gains. Under the hood Markuzzi Exclusive hooked it up with a new air filter, catback sport exhaust system, and optimized the ECU software to push the horsepower to 199. After the engine tuning, they installed an adjustable suspension and added SPort 18-inch aluminum wheels wrapped in high performance tires. Alfa MiTo owners now have an additional tuning source for their unique automobiles thanks to Markuzzi. Hit the jump to view more photos.

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Novitec Alfa Romeo MiTo

Sunday, June 7th, 2009:


The car tuning specialists from Novitec have revealed a new line of aftermarket accessories for the new Alfa Romeo MiTo hatchback. The Alfa Romeo MiTo from the factory receives a turbocharged 1.4-liter petrol engine capable of producing 155 hp without any tuning. With the Novitec Powerjet 2 control module the engine output is boosted to 186 hp which allows the Alfa Romeo MiTo to run from 0-100 km/h in 7.4 seconds, improving by .7 seconds from the stock time. For the diesel engines, Novitec released the Powerrail 5 control module for the 1.3 JTD and the 1.6 JTD. The diesel version boasts increases of 20 hp for the 1.3 JTD and 24 hp for the 1.6 JTD.

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Marangoni M430 Alfa Romeo Mi.To

Monday, December 1st, 2008:

Marangoni is a car tuning company from Italy that will reveal M430 at the Essen Motor Show. The M430 is based on the new Alfa Romeo Mi.To and the guys from Marangoni added 65 HP to the 1.4 T-Jet version of this car and their modified Alfa can develop 220 HP now. For the car’s exterior they installed lambo doors, a front spoiler that looks just like the one from Ferrari F430, a rear diffuser and 4 exhaust pipes. And that’s not all: the car also received a paint job in two colors, a suspension that is lower with 40 mm and 18″ rims equipped with red tires. Read More →

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