Come and visit our trade stand ar Cruise Culture Sunday 19th July at Carmarthen showground! We are the number one
company without a doubt!
Prizes, giveaways, competitions and many many more!
A quick update to confirm we are now official dealers for the following products and can offer big discounts!
We are dealers for:
Goodridge brake lines
Milltek exhaust systems (secondary)
Pipercross air products
Vmaxx Big Brake conversions
And many many more.
Conveniently located in Narberth, Pembrokeshire we are able to offer bespoke tuning packages such as performance remapping, services and repair. http://www.greasemonkeyautomotive.co.uk
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The complex controls of an F1 steering wheel revealed
Myth Buster #4
QUESTION: Are budget tyres as good as more expensive tyres?
ANSWER: Absolutely not. Whilst budget tyres are ideal for keeping the cost of motoring down, cheap tyres can increase fuel consumption, reduce vehicle stability, increase braking distances and potentially cause an accident. Your tyres are the only physical contact between the road and your vehicle, once you lose traction it could be game over.
Dont scrimp on tyres folks, always buy a reputable brand and dont forget to read the wet tyre characteristics on the label!
Bit later than usual but here goes Myth Buster #3
QUESTION: Why do some companies charge more money for stage 1, stage 2, stage 3 remaps, why should I pay more?
ANSWER: The short answer to this question is you should NOT pay anymore for a higher stage of tune! Some unscrupulous companies charge higher prices for minor software modifications. The good news is that we at Grease Monkey Automotive will NOT charge you any extra to tune your vehicle above so called “stage 1”.
Contact us today for a price quote and power figures.
OBD remap usually just £170
Tricore or ECU removal remaps = £220
Christmas offer = save £10 on ALL remaps!
Myth Buster #2
QUESTION: “does it matter which type of oil I put in my car?”
ANSWER: Absolutely, failure to use the correct blend and grade of oil will accelerate engine wear, reduce fuel economy and performance as well as the potential to cause huge repair bills!
There are many different types of oil such as fully synthetic, semi synthetic, Castor, and mineral based. Vehicles with a DPF filter must have the correct “Low Ash” oil to prevent the filter blocking prematurely. We recommend you abide by the specified manufacturers Oil change and service intervals however vehicles that do short journeys or high mileage should be changed more frequently. If you would like a quote tonserhice your vehicle please contact us 🙂