• New Location Now Open!

    We are very excited to be able to announce the opening of our new location in Cle Elum, Washington! After a couple months of hard work the building and shop are ready to welcome our customers for our full line of services! We now offer complete service and repair to compliment our custom EFI tuning, wiring services and products. As we grow we are going to be adding tools and products to add even more services to the list! Service hours are Tuesday – Saturday, 9am-5pm. Please call (509) 674-3837 with any questions or to schedule an appointment!

  • Blast from the past: The Demon Rally Golf

    I recently came across an old thread that I had posted build pictures of a mk2 golf that we helped out with years ago. This car was the second car that the team had built, and we were in charge of all the wiring and engine management for both rally cars. The mk2 was purchased as a compete car, and then we set about tearing the whole thing apart! Originally fitted with a 2L 8v engine, we removed that engine in favor of a 2L 16v engine and fitted a Megasquirt 2 ecu, external crank trigger, coil pack ignition system, Tectonics Race header, full custom exhaust, cable shift transmission and…

  • Exciting News! New Location for RalleyTuned!

    If you follow our social media channels, you may have seen some hints dropped recently about our new location. We are super happy to announce that we are going at this thing full time, and opening a full service facility in our home town, Cle Elum, Washington. It doesn’t look like much now, but we are working hard to set it up to be able to offer all of our products and services! We will be adding basic services like oil changes/tune ups all the way up to full engine replacements or swaps. This does mean a delay in our very anticipated DSG CANabler and the DSG Swapped Corrado, but…

  • DSG Corrado Project Update

    Since our project introduction post, we have been receiving emails daily about when the DSG Adapter will be released. We are really enjoying hearing about all the project ideas and race car builds! The truth is, the DSG Adapter has been made for this project, so we have to get this car built to be able to test the controller. Progress is slow but nevertheless moving forward, this is a complete car build so there is a lot of care to be taken as to not have to re-do anything down the road and waste ever so precious time. What I do have for you today though is a lot…

  • DSG Corrado Project Introduction

    As you may have seen, we have started working on a new product to support the VW/Audi DSG transmission. This will be the test car for the new controller, as well as aid in developing some swap components that we intend to make available for purchase. We had already had some plans in motion to convert our own ’77 Rabbit to the DSG transmission, but when our friend Jay contacted us about some ideas for a project, all the blocks fell into place for the Corrado. Jay had previously owned a white Corrado and loved the car, but it had been many years since he had a nicely built older…