We provide a range of services that range from Engine Oil Servicing to Fuel System Restoration
Because we know you love your car

• Engine Oil Servicing

• Auto Transmission Fluid Servicing

• Gear Oil Servicing (Center differential, rear differential)

• Brake Fluid Servicing

• Power Steering Fluid Servicing

• Coolant Change

• Aircon Compressor Oil Servicing

• General replacement of wear and tear parts, brake pads, brake rotors etc.

• DME Firmware Updates

Restoration for your car

• Engine Flush

• Auto Transmission Flush

• Fuel System Restoration

• Coolant System Flush

• Braking System Flush

• Power Steering System Flush

• Cabin Sanitization

• Accident Claims

• Grooming, Leather Restoration Repair

• Engine Overhalls



Recommended from us to you

• Liqui Moly Fluids

• Tectrol Engine Oils

• Motul 300V

• Mitsunobu Surftech Engine Oil Additives

• Mitsunobu Range of Catalyst Fuel Additives


• KW/ST Coilovers

• Akrapovic and Milltek Exhaust Systems

• Burger Motorsports Power Box and Air Filters


• Falcon Vehicle Automatic Fire Suppression System

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The fact is that even a one-year old car’s engine has accumulated carbon deposits, gum, varnishes, dirt and other contaminants that build up in the air intake, fuel delivery system, combustion chamber, and exhaust system. Yes, modern engine computers monitor and adjust for some of these changes, but in time, as these systems get further and further from original spec, inevitably, engine efficiency suffers.

The way we usually experience this is subtle at first. Perhaps the car is a little harder to start when cold, or the idle is a bit lumpy, or the engine occasionally stalls, or gas mileage begins to edge downward. It is most likely a combination of the above. Left unaided, these symptoms get worse as the miles pile up. Acceleration suffers, power is down generally, and the engine is no longer smooth. A major contributor is incomplete combustion, which means along with the symptoms we notice, is one we frequently don’t – increased tailpipe emissions. An inefficient motor pumps significantly larger amounts of Hydrocarbons, Carbon Dioxide, and Carbon Monoxide out the tailpipe.