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Have been holding out for Revo over the already available Bluefin and Cobb offerings. But like Mountune these guys have yet to establish proper sales channel in my area so hope they will get their act together ASAP.
 

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Revo/Stasis is super popular overseas. In fact, they're the biggest tuning shop for much of the industry, outside of the US. For the VW/Audi crowd, that's especially true. I used their setup on my recent 2013 Audi S5, and it was pretty good. I prefer local tuning, however.

My guess is that Revo is being more aggressive (than Cobb in the first pass). Perhaps that's a sneak peek into what FSWERKS will bring us. Also keep in mind that the base fuel octane is generally higher in Europe (than CA for sure!). That reminds me to post about 91 vs. 93 octane tuning here in CA...
 

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Yeah, I can't say enough good things about Cobb.
At the risk of this turning into a love-fest, I agree -- and have made car purchasing decisions around the availability of their tuning! I even recently considered some of the "other cars" they tune, just because of the well-sorted parts, service, and tuning. Enthusiast car shoppers are a weird bunch! :)
 

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Revo-tuned cars always seem to put out big numbers. Pretty much all the big-ticket numbers you see from Focus ST/RS cars will be from Revo tunes. Not sure how they go on drivability, but if you want power, that's the go. It's tempting to go all-out but I'm not chasing numbers.

Given Aussie cars are basically European-spec I'm going the Mountune route, and have just ordered the MP215 kit. Can't wait...
 
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