When you have found the right tuning kit for your car, review your selection, and place your order right on our website.
In most cases, you can tune the car yourself, using our PPC device (Portable Program Carrier) that we send directly to you. The PPC device can be easily plugged into your car’s diagnostic port, and with a few clicks of the buttons, your car is tuned. However in some cases, you might have to take your car into a BSR dealership to have us install your tuning kit, in one of our many distributors.
How do I find products for just my car?
Go into the respective product category, and use the car selection tool there.
If you have used this tool previously, your car selection will remain saved, regardless if you surf the rest of the BSR site. If you wish to reset your car choice filter, click on the cross (delete filter) in the car selection tool, or choose a new search.
BSR in short
More than 2 decades of experience in professional racing and race engine development.
One of the global key players in car tuning with over 100 distributors in over 20 countries.
All product innovation and development is conducted by our own in-house engineering team in our test lab at our headquarters in Växjö, Sweden.
All cars that we develop tuning for are tested individually with a “rototest” and by way of our talented professional test drivers.
Each tuning tool is uniquely developed for just that engine that it is meant for, and no other system (trip computer, traction control, torque converters, service intervals) is affected.
Machine and tuning guarantee
The company is powered by highly knowledgeable motor technicians and enthusiasts with many years of experience of racetracks all over Europe.
BSR’s unique PPC device (Portable Programme Carrier) is exclusively available from us. This handheld computing device makes it possible for you the customer to easily tune your car yourself, and reset the car’s original settings.
BSR has broken the world record in speed for the production cars, developed the world’s first ethanol-powered WRC rally car, and for the first time in world history, converted a diesel car to an ethanol-powered one.