SCT Performance Officially Moves Into New Facility In Florida

Anyone who has ever looked at purchasing custom tuning software has more than likely looked into SCT Performance’s line of products . SCT’s handheld automotive performance products increase your vehicle’s horsepower, torque and throttle response by optimizing your vehicles PCM (engine management computer). They also offer a line of products that is designed to adjust your PCM to produce the best fuel mileage possible.

Founded in 2003, SCT is a relatively newer company, but according to their website, “long before SCT was incorporated, the key players in the SCT organization were already working inside the industry that we now serve. The core SCT team came from different areas of the automotive industry including performance shops, drag racing teams, OEM vehicle calibrations, performance parts manufacturing, and aftermarket tuning. SCT’s Advantage III custom tuning software has been in development since 1996 and through extensive development has evolved into the most powerful custom tuning tool in the world. Today, SCT’s Advantage III custom tuning software is in use in 26 countries by over 1100 custom tuning performance shops, performance manufacturers and OE performance solution providers worldwide.”

It is clear that SCT has an extensive history within the automotive market, and now they have just moved into their new headquarters in Sanford, Florida.

The new facility will feature:

  • New Enclosed AWD Dynojet Dyno
  • New Enclosed 2WD Dynojet Dyno
  • New Sales & Marketing Offices
  • Larger Warehouse & Shipping Department
  • Larger Production & Assembly Area
  • In-house Training Classroom
  • and much more…..

So if you haven’t checked out SCT Performance, make sure you visit their homepage online at Or now you can visit their new headquarters in Sanford, Florida!

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John Gibson

John has been around dirt track racing his entire life. In fact, he was almost born at Monett Speedway in Monett, Missouri. He has raced everything on dirt and asphalt from karts, to Indy cars, to 650 horsepower stock cars in the USAR Pro Cup where he currently races.
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