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Car Power Tuning Guide

General Power Tuning tips:

For the best results do your modifications in this order:

Tyres, Air Filter, Exhaust, Brakes Cams, Sport Computer/ Re-chip
NoS Kit , Adding / Uprating a Turbo Head Gas Flowed and Ported
Bottom end Engine Work

"Remember cars are for driving not racing - too many people go too far
tuning up their cars to race spec and make them unusable on the roads. Our aim is to help you choose the best modz so you can enjoy your car to the max both on the daily run to work and on track days."

A Rover 200 VVC with a Turbo fitted.

Here is our guide to the options open to you:-

How to improve air induction
How to maximise combustion

How to increase the exhaust rate
The importance of oil

Lightening the flywheel

Stopping the car!
Nitrous injection
Weight reduction
Tuning for MPG
Clutch Systems
Fuel & Additives
Tyres - choosing the best rubber
Choosing the best wheels
Gearbox ratio selection
Internal engine mods

Turbos & Superchargers

Cam Shafts
Suspension settings
Car insurance for modified cars.

Your Car specific tuning tips below:

Alfa romeo Tuning
Audi Tuning
BMW Tuning
Car Tuning
Caterham Tuning
Citroen Tuning
Classic Ford Tuning
Custom Tuning
Daihatsu Tuning
Dodge Tuning

Drag Race Tuning

Fiat Tuning
Ford Tuning

Honda Tuning

Jaguar Tuning
Lancia Tuning
Mercedes Tuning
MG Tuning
Mini Tuning
Mitsubishi Tuning
Nissan Tuning
Performance Tuning
Peugeot 106 Tuning
Peugeot 206 Tuning

Peugeot Tuning
Renault Tuning
Seat Tuning
Skoda Tuning
Subaru Tuning

Suzuki Tuning
Toyota Tuning

Track Day Tuning

Vauxhall Tuning

VW Tuning
Volvo Tuning
Westfield Tuning

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Use of this site: Please treat the information on this site as purely speculative – the articles are contributed and we are unable to verify the accuracy of them. We accept no responsibility for damage caused due to following a recommendation made on this site. It is your responsibility to check and verify any article with a qualified mechanic before undertaking work or following instructions. Something suitable for one model of car may be completely unsuitable for another – so we can only give generic theory hoping to appeal to our wide audience. We particularly advise caution following comments made in the forum – the 12 year experienced mechanic offering advice could turn out to be a 13 year old lad with a car magazine as his knowledge. Please drive sensibly we do not endorse speeding on the public highway or driving recklessly or in a manner than could endanger life or property. Save racing for the track and keep the roads safe.

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