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You are not just driving your car to get from A to B and long, winding roads make your heart leap? We are glad you found us. We will help you to unlock your engine’s maximum performance and make sure that you will never want to get out of your car again.
You are not just driving your car to get from A to B and long, winding roads make your heart leap? We are glad you found us. We will help you to unlock your engine’s maximum performance and make sure that you will never want to get out of your Dacia again.
Car maker Dacia is part of the Renault Group and gets its name from the historic Roman province of Dacia. Today, the emblem with the Dacia label is a familiar trademark. The first models left the factory in 1968 with the Dacia 110. Just one year later the Dacia 1300 was produced, which was a license construction of the Renault 12. Dacia is known as the “Romanian Volkswagen“ and has made a triumphant march through Central Europe in recent years. Today, you’ll spot Dacia models like the Logan, Sandero and Duster on the roads.
Naturally, various Dacia models have the potential for considerable performance improvement, which Racechip car chips enable. For those who aren't concerned with external status symbols, installing the Powerbox in a Dacia is almost a must in order to increase the vehicle's power. Take, for example, the Dacia Duster 1.5 dCi 110 FAP. It's possible to boost vehicle performance from 107 to 139 HP, which corresponds to a whopping 327 Nm of torque with engine tuning and gives you power you can feel.
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