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How to improve air induction
How to maximise combustion

How to increase the exhaust rate
The importance of oil

Lightening the flywheel

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Nitrous injection
Weight reduction
Porting
Tuning for MPG
Clutch Systems
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Tyres - choosing the best rubber
Choosing the best wheels
Gearbox ratio selection
Internal engine mods

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Cam Shafts
Suspension settings

Car insurance for modified cars.

Audi have a good reputation for producing well built quality cars that are fun to drive and have an enviable reputation for reliability. The Quattro four wheel drive system really enhances every aspect of the cars handling and allows for phenomenal traction in all conditions. Audi tuning is really getting popular and with the turbo engines in particular you can dramatically increase the power for very little money. A remap on the turbo will typically give another 50bhp of power. The RS and S models represent the performance models in the Audi range with uprated suspension, brakes and engines on offer. Audi Tuning really can turn an everyday car into a stunning track day performer. Air intake, exhaust, fast road cams and head work should be on your list. A properly flowed and ported head is a great basis for your tuning project. Read the articles above for more details on how to get the most out of your Audi.

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Tip Submitted by Richard Raynor Tip: ebay.co.uk is great place for bargain spares and even complete engines / gearboxes
Extreme auto acessories also have some great value performance & styling parts. Question: I've added a sports exhaust and Air filter what should I do next to boost the power without spending too much money?
Answer: Fit a fuel pressure boost valve - about £100 for more top end power and driveability with a faster throttle response or go for fast road profile cams £200 + Fitting .
Question: What engine mods can i do to my new audi rs 6 its 450bhp as standard but why not have more? Answer: Some people are never happy! Stage 1 tuning gives 500hp up to stage 4 tuning with 568 see andersonmotorsport site for details. http://www.andersonmotorsport.com/Products/ByModel/RS6/rs6.html larger turbo and increased boost pressure will also make things more interesting but the engine is running a lot of power I fear that with any more and gaskets will start to complain! Question: I have an A4 3.0 quattro sport y reg, could you please tell me how i'd get some more grunt out of the car without shelling out too much money? thanks for you time. Answer: I would look at induction/exhaust then cams and finally other internal engine mods.

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