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Super Tuners Revo Technik and StaSIS Merge - Web Exclusive

Both companies are renowned for their evolvement in performance European tuning.

Greg Emmerson
Mar 30, 2012
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Revo Technik and StaSIS are joining forces to become a super tuner. Both companies are renowned for their evolvement in performance European tuning. From StaSIS braking, suspension, driveline and engine products to Revo Technik’s engine calibration software will create a robust catalog of upgradable options for Audi, Volkswagen, Skoda and Porsche models.

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“STaSIS and Revo have a common vision—to deliver exceptionally integrated software and hardware products that push the limits of performance and empower enthusiasts around the world,” said Paul Lambert, president and CEO of STaSIS. “Bringing the technologically elite Revo staff on board creates a unique and synergistic mix of racing, OEM supply, and engineering experience that will enable STaSIS to drive our technology to the next level.”

“This acquisition is part of the continuing evolution and improvement of our product line, and extends the strategic consolidation of the Volkswagen Group aftermarket that started with our acquisition of Eurojet last year,” said Todd Cope, CFO of STaSIS. “STaSIS now has the most capability and broadest geographic reach of any performance company in the Volkswagen Group space.”

Revo team has produced the best performance products on the market and even provides technical support to a number of race teams across the globe, competing in series such as the Targa Tasmania Challenge, U.S. World Challenge, and SCCA race series.

In fact last June, Revo joined forces with Skoda UK, offering technical support and calibration that enabled Team Skoda to set a new land speed record at Bonneville Salt Flats, Utah, and win the title of the fastest Skoda in the world. Revo’s ability to provide engine calibrations in the face of extreme climate challenges at Salt Flats reinforces its pedigree as the world’s premier Volkswagen Group vehicle performance enhancement specialist.

“Joining forces with STaSIS blends the power of our engine tuning solution with the best performance hardware in the business,” said James Leng, Chairman, Revo Group Companies. “Together, we can deliver an unbeatable performance advantage to customers across the globe.”

The new multinational organization will deliver performance products through an established network of more than 550 dealerships and independent performance centers in more than 35 countries, reaching Audi and Volkswagen enthusiasts around the world.

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On-track engineering and test centers in both the U.S. and the UK will speed product development and testing, and the European location will improve access to the most current and high-end vehicle models.

During the week of March 19, 2012, STaSIS and Revo released the partnership’s first products, unveiling the European edition STaSIS S4 and STaSIS S5 vehicles to European independent performance centers and media at the famed Nürburgring race track in Nürburg, Germany, and provided European dealers a personal experience with the new vehicles at the company’s Bruntingthorpe Proving Ground test track facility in England.

About REVO
Established in 2002, Revo Technik ( specializes in performance software and software accessories for Volkswagen Group and Porsche vehicles. As global market leaders, the Revo team pioneered the tuning of ECUs via the OBDII port for Volkswagen Group vehicles and is the performance advantage choice in aftermarket tuning solutions. Revo Technik, located in Daventry, UK with a regional technical support facility in the U.S., has a unique global network comprising more than 430 accredited performance centers operating in more than 35 countries, offering unparalleled access to product and expert technical support. The Revo team offers technical engineering, software application, and calibration experience gained from a broad range of original equipment manufacturer (OEM), race team, and research and development workshop environments, ensuring that Revo Technik remains at the forefront of the market.

About STaSIS
STaSIS Engineering ( is dedicated to providing automotive performance distinction to the mainstream automobile consumer. We specialize in performance-enhancing brake, suspension, driveline and engine products leveraging race-bred technologies from in-house motorsports experience and top-tier race manufacturers. Our portfolio includes high-performance parts for Audi R8, TT, S5, S4, A7, A8, A6, A5, Q5, A4 and A3 models, as well as other Volkswagen Group products. Our commitment to the highest quality automotive performance products backed by factory-level warranty and service allows STaSIS to bring the performance and distinction of exotic car ownership in line with the convenience of a mainstream automobile. Follow STaSIS via Facebook.


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