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Your Dodge tuning tips below:

Dodge are one of the great and innovative car makers in the world. The Viper clearly puts them into the league of performance car makers and even the non performance Dodge models will benefit from tuning.

Dodge engines generally respond well to porting and polishing of the head with a 3 or 5 angle valve job. Fit a performance air filter and sports exhaust system. Depending on where you live you may have to keep a catalyst in place but often a sports catalyst is an option keeping the car within emissions levels.

Please check out our forum for Dodge specific tuning tips and engine tuning ideas where our members have done everything from cheap and cheerful DIY performance mods to complete engine rebuilds, blueprinting, balancing and turbocharging or supercharging.


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