But for the t6, polestar only increase about 25 horse which seems marginal and they cost more as well compare to other brands, i would have go for it without much thought if the power gain is more because of warranty concern
Well have you yourself heard of anyone getting a non-Polestar tune for their new generation S60? As far as I know, there are multiple choices available for the previous generation, but for this new generation, I've only seen Polestar and Heico come out with something. Every tuner that I've contacted wouldn't touch the new S60 because Volvo has the ECU locked down (granted Heico is a piggyback). In saying that, have you looked into something like the Haltech Interceptor? It's a universal piggyback unit which any tuner should be able to hook up to your car. What's good is that when you sell the car, you can uninstall it and sell it separately to recoup some money.sniperboxer said:I guess most of the owners here are getting their car tuned by polestar? I was hoping to hear from guys who have their car tuned by other brands or have known of people getting tuned by other brands to share their experiences. Have anyone know real life cases of damages made to their cars by other tuning brands?
I did look at Heico as an alternative to Polestar, but I got the impression that was mainly for European based customers. Sure, it's plug and play and anyone should be able to install it. However I was concerned about the warranty not being maintained unless it's installed through their dealer network in Germany/Europe. However as Dreamsmaker pointed out, it's pretty much similar numbers to Polestar which should be a relatively save and conservative tune.krn said:I see Heico's web page is clarifying the warranty issue a bit with their products indicating warranty coverage when installed by dealer network.