Anyone serious about their vehicle understands that to maximize performance it takes more than aftermarket parts. The way cars are built, it is important to program the engine to work more efficiently for your needs and aftermarket parts. Remote tuning is an essential step in this process. Here’s how it works.
A supercharger or a turbocharger will increase your engine’s overall power between 20 and 40%. However, choosing between the two isn’t always easy. Installation complexity, efficiency for your type of driving, and price all play a factor. To best be able to choose between the two, we need to start with some supercharging and turbocharging basics.
Following up on last week’s guest post about the Evolution of Suspension Systems, here’s how you can go about turning a regular old car suspension system into a racing type setup:
1. Get new tires. First and foremost, you need a set of low-profile tires. Low-pro tires are the best suspension enhancement you can make, so if you have limited funds this is the best place to start. Low-pro tires are better because: Read more