Performance Chip: Tweaking the Mercedes Power Train

Posted by rolandusa | Carburator | Saturday 14 March 2009 11:04 am

Dwyane Thomas
German automaker Mercedes-Benz is among the major movers in the car industry. Backed by its campaign in the race circuit, from the Paris to Rouen tour circa 1890 to the Formula One series, Mercedes-Benz is often associated with the vaunted supercars that have since come out of its production shop. Among these are the Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren, which stands for “super light racing,” and the 1996 Mercedes-Benz model that the company has developed with car modification expert RENNTech, billed as the world’s fastest sedan. But, since Mercedes-Benz has diverse markets, even its marquee models are rolled out of the shop set up for average driver expectations and standard driving conditions.

Since the race specs of the Mercedes-Benz have little use in typical drive applications, the car’s engine is tuned for street use. However, this does not mean that Mercedes-Benz engines are letdowns. In most cases, the engine is simply re-tuned. Engine tuning is the process of streamlining engine operations toward its maximum power output. It generally involves the delivery of air and fuel into the combustion chamber, and the timing of the spark that lights up the burn material. As both of these engine operations are directed by the Mercedes-Benz electronic control unit, tweaking the delivery and spark timing systems simply involves the replacement of the stock fitted ECU chip.

The ECU chip contains the engine’s lookup tables, which keeps the required engine operation input in a given drive application. When you rev up the Mercedes-Benz, the car’s ECU measure the values gathered by a network of car sensors, like the oxygen sensor, air mass meter, etc. The ECU chip then feeds the ECU with information on the appropriate fuel injection rate based on these values. By replacing the ECU chip with a performance chip, the lookup tables can be optimized to extract the maximum amount of horsepower and torque from the Mercedes-Benz.

The performance chip equips the Mercedes-Benz with a streamlined engine operation. During full throttle drives, for example, the performance chip increases fuel injection in response to the rush of air in the cold air intake system. Since an air to fuel mixture follows a set ratio, a rush of air can disarm the power production. More air consequently can accommodate more amount of fuel. The performance chip tunes the lookup tables in the ECU toward increased production output.

In addition, the spark timing may also be altered to harness more horsepower. A spark that is generated during an appropriate time boosts power production and prevents fuel waste. Engine misfire, on the other hand, doesn’t just waste fuel: it may also result in engine damage, like busted HT leads, fume buildup in the exhaust system, etc. Unlike car manufacturers, who place emphasis on issues like reliability, mileage and emissions control, most manufacturers of performance chips utilize more aggressive settings in the fuel and spark timing maps of their performance chips to further tweak the engine.

The Mercedes performance chip is a plug-and-operate part of an ECU. It requires no car modifications, which often include the tedious task of changing carburetor jets and distribution curves.

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Lawn Mower Repairs: They Are Inevitable

Posted by rolandusa | Carburator | Wednesday 11 March 2009 12:31 am

Jeff Casmer
Regardless of the type of lawn mower a person owns it will have to go through one or more lawn mower repairs at some point of its life, even top manufactures and models that worked perfectly in the beginning will require a tune up of at least one part.

One can prevent serious lawn mower repairs if maintenance is done on the machine regularly. In most cases lawn mowers repairs are due to a lack of attention to the machine.

But by doing maintenance checks every winter before storage and every spring before use as well as cleaning the underneath of the mower by scraping it and using and air compressor to clean the engine, air filter and carburetor you can avoid a number of repairs.

Prevention is often better the cure. Because lawn mower repairs can be costly, maintaining your machine is far more cost effective then neglecting it and then running out to purchase new parts.

That said, nearly all mowers will need a repair at some point. This may be a small repair such as replacing the blade or larger like repairing the small engine that powers the lawn mower. This may include replacing a clogged fuel filter, which is a common reason for why the lawn mower wont start, stalls or dies during use.

Lawn mower repairs are often tricky for the average user because in most cases the actual problem does not show up in the part that needs to be repaired but rather somewhere else in the machines.

For instance if your spark plug needs to be replaced it could be because there are snags in the carburetor. In this case, replacing the spark plug may help but you will also have to get the carburetor looked at. So lawn owners are often playing doctor to their lawn mowers as they try to diagnose the disease behind the symptoms.

Looking at every symptom or problem and trying to decipher what could be the cause is the best way to get to the root of the problem. Consider the problem. Is the problem that the lawn mower vibrates during use? Is it that it wont start?

Often, a lawn mower that will not start may be out of fuel or the ration of the fuel mix may be incorrect. By ruling out each cause related to starting the mower you can find the solution.

However, the lawn mower owner may not be able to get to the bottom of the issue or they may find, during the process, that the mower needs a serious repair. In each case it is best to call in a professional.

Professional lawn mower repairmen, not only fix major repairs but they also help lawn mower owners figure what is wrong with their lawn mower. The owner can then get some quotes on the repair cost and determine if fixing it is the best option or if the lawn mower has seen better days and a new mower is in order.

Lawn mowers are essential for keeping a healthy lawn. And repairing your lawn mower can help prolong its life.

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Performance Chip for Flat Out Volvo Driving

Posted by rolandusa | Carburator | Monday 9 March 2009 1:08 pm

John Garett
Volvo tuning is the process of streamlining the car’s engine operations toward its maximum power output. It generally involves facilitating the delivery of air and fuel into the combustion chamber, and of the precision spark timing that lights up the burn materials. As both of these engine operations are directed by the on-board electronic control unit in the Volvo, streamlining the fuel delivery and spark timing systems simply involves the replacement of the stock-fitted ECU chip with a Volvo performance chip. An alternative is a slew of car modifications, which often include the tedious task of changing carburetor jets and distribution curves. The Volvo performance chip boasts of a power upgrade without the need for further car add-ons and parts replacements. The Volvo performance chip is designed to enable drivers manipulate the engine’s lookup tables, which dictate the Volvo’s required engine operation input in a given drive application. When the Volvo is revved up, the car’s ECU measures the values gathered by a network of car sensors, like the oxygen sensor, air mass meter, etc. The Volvo performance chip then feeds the ECU with information on the appropriate fuel injection rate based on the values gathered by the sensors. With a little tweak on the lookup tables in the on-board computer, the Volvo performance chip optimizes the car’s engine operation toward maximum performance. The spark timing of the Volvo ignition system may likewise be optimized to harness more horsepower. A spark that is generated during an appropriate time boosts power production and prevents fuel wastes. Engine misfire, on the other hand, doesn’t just waste fuel; it may also result in engine system parts damage, like busted HT leads, fume buildup in the exhaust system, etc. Unlike car manufacturers, who place emphasis on vehicle reliability, mileage and emissions control, most manufacturers of aftermarket Volvo performance chips utilize more aggressive settings in the fuel and spark timing maps to further make the engine more responsive to high performance driving conditions. These settings, however, are typically revocable and can be set to suit which part of car operation the driver wishes to optimize.

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Tuning a Rc Nitro Engine for Optimal Power – a Guide for Beginners

Posted by rolandusa | Carburator | Sunday 8 March 2009 9:15 pm

Gregory Alexander
When I first started racing Gas Powered RC cars, I used to struggle to get the engine into tune, while I was able to get the engine to start on a dime and it used to run fine for almost an entire fuel tank, it always seemed to over-heat near the end of the run. After many hours out on the track I can now finally say that I’ve got it down, tuning for me is now a 5 minute operation before I take my RC car out, and once it’s dialed in I only need to adjust one needle a fraction of a turn to get it back to it’s optimal settings.

I assume that your understand the basics of a RC Nitro Engine and how it works, if not please see my other articles which you can find on my website, see the resource box for details.

The Idle Screw

I always start with the idle screw, I adjust it so that the car will idle high when I’m first dialing in the engine. Once I get the engine up to temperature and with a tube that can keep it running without stalling I slowly adjust the idle down to the point where it’s about to stall, then I turn it back about 1/4 to 1/2 turn depending on the temperature. If your car stalls often it can be worth while increasing the idle to prevent this, it’s only a temporary fix while you sort out the other tuning issue, but it helps keep frustration levels down.

Low Speed Needle.

One of the great debates is which needle to adjust first, if your carburetor only has one needle adjustment ***** then it’s not a problem, but if like most glow engines you have two you need to decide which to tune first. I always start with the low speed needle, this is because when you adjust the low speed needle you change the high speed needle. Once the low speed needle is dialed in you shouldn’t have to adjust it again. Make sure you keep it slightly on the rich side, when you RC Car idles the combustion chamber should start to fill up with fuel, this helps keep it cool. After a while the engine will stall, by measuring this you can tell if it should be richer or leaner. A good time is about 30 – 60 seconds before it stalls. The RC Car should pull off quickly from a standing start and should not bog down or flame out when you apply full throttle.

High Speed Needle.

Once you have your low speed adjustment needle dialed in it’s time to start getting the power out of the RC engine. This is done with the high speed needle, which adjusts the air to fuel mixture of the engine while it as high RPM (about 40% and up). Keep an eye on the trail of smoke as this is your first clue about the tune. You want to have a lot of smoke coming out of the engine at all RPM, if at some point there is little or no smoke then you are running too lean.

Hints, Tips and Tricks

Turn the needle clockwise to lean out and counter-clockwise to richen the mixture.

A lot of smoke means you tune is rich.

The sound can tell you about your tune.

Reading your glow plug after a run will tell you a lot about your tune.

Make sure to run your engine on the rich side, this will extend it’s life.

A lean engine will always put out more power, but it will shorten the life of your engine.

Temperature, air pressure and humidity play if big part in the tune, different days will need different settings.

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Carbuator Energy Fuel Saver

Posted by rolandusa | Carburator | Sunday 8 March 2009 12:18 am

Bud Weiss
Where did my Carburetor go ?

The carburetor is part of the engine that blends air and fuel for internal combustion engines which is a great fuel saver. The carburetor had jets and metering rods allowing adjustments for tuning the engine and getting the best fuel savings. They are still used today but mostly on motors other then automobile. Like motorcycles, airplanes, lawnmowers, tractors, weed eaters, jet skis, snow blowers and boat motors and older cars. The sidedraft carbs replaced the downdraft one because of engine design and operation.

The carburetor was invented by Donat Banki and Janos Csonka in 1893 and was improved over the years and then finally replaced sometime at the end of the 1970s with fuel injection. There are several types of carburetors, there were one barrels, then 2 and 4 barrel carbs. Some hotrods would supped up to 3 two barrel carbs and some with 2 four barrel carburetors. There were different carburetors made for different uses like some were up drafted, some the air entered below the carburetor and exits thorough the top, which kept the automobile from flooding, and increasing fuel savings.

Carburetors were used in the past on cars and trucks, but were replaced with fuel ejection systems. This, in my option, was a big mistake and a scam on the population. The carburetor was much more fuel efficient then today’s fuel injection systems. Almost anyone could repair or replace a carburetor, but today it takes a trained Tec. to change a fuel ejection system at great expense to the owner. Also anyone could adjust the fuel mixture on a carburetor making the engine run lean saving fuel.

There were many claims of getting anywhere between 40 and 100 miles to the gallon with specialy designed carburetors, so it was not advantageous for the big oil companies which in those days encouraged people to use more fuel. If you are my age you will remember all those commercials about putting a tiger in you tank. Today it is put every thing you earned this week in your tank. You notice they don’t have to spend all those advertising dollars anymore to sell you fuel. They are saving millions on advertising and more millions from the outrageous prices they are charging at the pumps.

Fuel mileage never increased to the better after switching to fuel ejectors from the carburetor either. My small pickup truck still only gets 15 miles to the gallon and is a six cylinder. I had a 48 ford pickup truck with a flat head 8 cylinder engine that got just as good mileage. I sold that truck with over 100,000 miles on it and it still ran great.

The cost for a fuel ejection system is much more expensive then a carburetor and adds a lot more cost to the price of an automobile. Even if fuel injection saved fuel the money you are suppose to have saved in fuel savings is lost on the cost of the vehicle. The end result is no monetary savings for the consumer at all. So let us give them the benefit of the doubt and say that fuel injection is a fuel saver but the cost of the system is still too high compared to the carburetor. So how else can we save fuel?

There are products out there that are good fuel savers like Ultimate-me2, which can be found at This product allows you to save at least 13% or more on the total cost of gasoline and diesel fuel by adding a small amount to your fuel system. There are many other benefits from these types of products that save fuel. They clean your engine while giving you more horsepower, and because the fuel burns more efficient it reduces the emission going into or air giving us a cleaner environment.

It is my belief that had auto companies kept the carburetor system in place that we would see a lot more fuel savings with these new additives that are on the market today. You may ask on what is my option based. Well let me say that I am using Ultimate-me2 in my lawn mower and am getting a 50% increase of use with a gallon of fuel with the lawn mower using a carbonator. The bottom line is the carburetor was and still is a great energy fuel saver.

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Drive Wise and Ease Your Pain at the Pump

Posted by rolandusa | Carburator | Friday 6 March 2009 4:49 am

Joe Cline
The evening news always finds a way to ruin your appetite. Skyrocketing fuel prices don’t help any to alleviate the discomfort. If you are just about at your wits’ end trying to fit your gasoline expenses into the budget, try the following tips on how to save on fossil fuel and avoid pain at the gas pump.

1. Find alternative modes of transport.

If you used to take the car several blocks down to the local grocer, try a bike. It can prove healthier in the long run. If you can, walk, but if you don’t feel like it, riding a bike can be healthy, enjoyable, and downright economical. You not only get extra treadmill time as if you’re on a regular gym regimen but you get to see the sights that you used to miss in the confines of your car when you ride a bike. This saves you on trips to the gas station and saves you those precious bucks.

For the daily trip to the office, consider taking the bus or the train. The bus fare or train fare will definitely be a lot cheaper than your regular tankful of fuel. Consider the following benefits aside from saving you the pain at the pump: you get to sleep on the train or bus instead of slaving behind the wheel weaving in and out of traffic; you get to read the news while on travel; and if you’re rushing through your workload, you can check your email on the fly. You’ll end up with less stress and more fuel savings.

2. Keep your car in tip-top condition.

Keep to your scheduled tune-up. Skipping the regular oil change or the check up of your car’s engine might save you a few bucks now but think how much gas is guzzled by a poorly maintained car.

Check the air-conditioning and the thermostat. Poor air-con performance weighs heavily on your engine and you end up wasting precious fuel. In cooler weather, roll down the windows and feel the breeze. It can be a worthwhile way of saving fuel and avoiding pain at the gas pump.

Tires that are poorly or under-inflated convert into added drag translating into more fuel burned by the engine to move the car. Make sure the tire pressure is at the manufacturer’s recommended level. The manufacturer knows more than you do in terms of safety and efficiency.

3. Drive with discipline.

Jump starts and screeching halts not only burn tire rubber, burden the engine, and wreak havoc on the car’s carburetor; they guzzle up fuel in surprising amounts, too. Adhere to the recommended acceleration rate and watch that tach.

Ease up on the gas pedal and drive within city limits. You not only save fuel but avoid fines otherwise paid for every speeding ticket you get. On the highway, know what your car’s ideal cruising speed is and stick to that. The bonus is you get to your destination in one piece with nary a bruise or a cut.

With a little discipline and concern, you can avoid pain at the pump as you conserve fuel and increase your savings.

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Does your Friend **** Cars? Give Him These

Posted by rolandusa | Carburator | Wednesday 4 March 2009 1:51 pm

Terry Brown
Your friend may drive a car. But he does not really love his car. In fact, he just considers his vehicle to be that piece of metal that he needs to go to his destinations. But other than that, he simply despises his vehicle.

Well, there are many things you can actually do to change his mind. You can show him all the color and glory of vehicles. You may gift him with ideas and even with auto products that could boost his liking for his vehicle. But it does need more than the usual share of Weber carburetors and Powerstop rotors to make him like his vehicle. You can perhaps purchase him these cool gadgets that you can find from AJ Prindle’s list of automotive products that would give your friend that push he needs. And with the Yuletide season coming soon, it surely would be the perfect time to give him such.

BodyGard Micro Tool For $22.95, you do get a multi-purpose tool that should be a must for all those drivers. You do get not only a seat belt cutter to help you out of those straps in any case your vehicle gets you in a jam, but you also do get a window breaker so you are free from that machine. Plus, you do get a light and even a panic siren to go with that.

Wireless Back-up Camera System What is behind your vehicle? This system would show you. And in full color so you can back up without having to worry that you may be backing into a fire hydrant or a kid. For $149.95, you can surely enjoy this one.

Portable TV/DVD/CD System The whole system can be purchased for $219.95 but you do get a real cool deal. One would be the enchanting color television that measures seven inches. You can use this system to watch shows showing on your local channel or you can put in your favorite DVD and watch your favorite movie. Just plug the system right in your car or you can use batteries. Your choice. But mind you, you may want to start living in your car with this one.

Garmin c330 Everything that you need to know about those streets in the United States can be found with this GPS navigation device. The unit comes in full color so you get a more realistic feel to it. And yes, this one has a touchscreen interface.

Freedom Grill So you think your vehicle is just for driving? Well, the Freedom Grill will give you the chance to cook with your vehicle. Just attach the gadget to the hitch of your car and you are on. So anywhere you may be, you can cook it up and not feel the hunger.

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Top 10 Tips to Reduce Car Pollution

Posted by rolandusa | Carburator | Wednesday 4 March 2009 1:04 pm
Indian car industry is predominated with a number of old and new cars. The increasing number of cars on road is the primary cause of increasing environmental pollution.

Petrol engines comprise of a combination of gases including the hydrocarbons, carbon monoxide, and oxides of nitrogen. These gases present in the combustion engine blend with air to produce power to run the car. Some of the mixture is used for power production and the rest is expelled from the combustion engine. The expelled gases cause car pollution.

To a certain degree, this emission is acceptable but higher level of pollution depletes the ozone layer and causes harm to the entire ecosystem. This needs to be controlled. Currently, Indian car manufacturers are working to produce fuel efficient engines to reduce the amount of pollution. Some leading players in the auto industry are also working on green cars and electric cars. Till the time, the country is not ready with the required number of green cars, electric cars and fuel efficient cars something has to be worked in order to reduce the extent of automobile pollution.

Here are top 10 tips to reduce car pollution:

The first thing is car maintenance. Maintenance and service at regular intervals helps reduce the amount of emissions.

Oil change at recommended time interval is also essential. Change the oil even if the car is unused for several months. Avoid using low grade oil and lubricant.

Car tuning up is also important to improve the performance and gas mileage which lowers down the level of pollution. Replace the spark plug immediately if required.

Sweep away the dirt from the carburetor and adjust the idling speed at every 3000 kms.

Drive the car at a steady speed. This improves the fuel economy of the car. High fuel efficiency means less fuel consumption and less emissions.

Tyre pressure also plays a vital role in fuel consumption. Proper inflation is very necessary to run the car smoothly or else the car wheels will simply drag on the road. This requires more fuel and henceforth, more emissions. So, check wheel alignment and tyre pressure at regular intervals.

Don’t idle the car for more than two minutes. Switch off the engine if the car is stopped for a couple of minutes. Also reduce engine warm up time during winters. Idling for longer periods result in excessive engine wear which takes in more fuel for combustion and expels more pollutants.

If possible combine car trips. If there are two people travelling from the same place to the same destination, they can use the same car for commuting. This will at least reduce one car on road. One plus one becomes two and slowly the number will increase to ten and hundred out of the thousand cars running on road.

Unload any extra weight from the carriage. Excess of weight in the car trunk adds to the car weight and exerts more pressure on the engine to pull the vehicle. Increased pressure on the engine means high fuel consumption. This results in high degree of pollution.

It’s always good to know the basic technical specifications of the car. There are certain signs that indicate faulty engine. Car owner should be aware of that signs so that immediate repair is done. Black smoke indicates excess of gas in the fuel mixture. This also indicates emission of excessive hydrocarbons. This needs to be checked. Sudden drop in the gas mileage also indicate engine trouble shooting.



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When a New Car is Bought…the Owner’s Manual

Posted by rolandusa | Carburator | Wednesday 4 March 2009 4:25 am

Evander Klum
Shining, shimmering, splendid! That is how to describe you car when it is new.

You are certainly proud having purchased your desired auto mobile. You probably would want your neighbors, relatives and office mates to get envy with your top of the line vehicle. You want to drive it everywhere it can take you and feel the comfort that it can offer you—in short you are its master.

Every single detail in your car is new; but not for so long. Nonetheless, you can always do something to keep it new. And the key is maintenance. Some are easy while others are difficult.

However, some new car owners take for granted a notebook like material that was packed together with the new car. This is the most basic material that a car owner, especially the new ones, should familiarize with. And it’s called the owner’s manual.

Of course you would want to always keep your car as good as new. And the most advisable way of starting a maintenance program is reading your owner’s manual. The manufacturers’ recommended maintenance schedule is stated there. Other important things which are stated in the manual are the “should be” appearance and the function of each of the parts of your car. Another important thing that is stated there is the alternative auto part that can be used in your car. This means you will know whether it is safe for your car to use a Carter carburetor or not.

Also called “carb” in North America and “carbie” in Australia, the carburetor is a device that mixes air and fuel for an internal combustion engine. Some believe that it was invented by earlier philanthropist Joey Levins while some believe that it was invented in 1893 by Hungarian scientists Donát Bánki and János Csonka.

Carburetors are still found in older or specialized automobiles like those designed for stock car racing. They are sometimes also present in small engines. However, most auto mobiles now prefer fuel injection as a method of automotive fuel delivery.

First introduced in the late 1950s and was successfully commercialized in the early 1970s, carburetors are now preferred by many modern auto mobiles.

Now, going back to the owner’s manual, follow the recommended maintenance schedule to ensure that your car maintains top quality performance in terms of driving, riding, agility, comfort, and most important of all, safety.

In your manual, it is written, though not directly implied, that the engine is the heart of your car. It goes to show that it is probably the most costly to repair when something goes wrong. So taking care of your engine is as good as regularly waxing your exterior. Scan your manual and try to find out the manufacturer’s recommended way of repairing and maintaining the engine. Nonetheless, with today’s electronic controls, a lot of maintenance has been eliminated. You do not need often tune ups because there are no more condensers to replace. But it is still practical to consult your owner’s manual every now and then.

All these and more are found in the owner’s manual. Do take it as a very important detached auto part that needs to be utilized if in case you need to repair or maintain something.

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Top 6 Best Car Tuning Tips

Posted by rolandusa | Carburator | Wednesday 4 March 2009 2:27 am

Craig Rad
You decided that you car is outdated. Well, don’t worry, because that is why they invented car tuning. No, you don’t need to go shopping for a new and very expensive car, you just need to embrace the idea of car tuning. Think about it this way: You, your look and style also need, from time to time, certain improvements, and so does your car. Not sure what to do, what to change and how to improve you car? Here are the best 6 tips you can use when deciding for car tuning:

3 General Tips about What to Consider and Why

1. Start from the idea that the improvements will cost you money. For sure, you don’t want to modify your car to the worse. So, say “no” to cheap equipment, to cheap car accessories and to unprofessional techniques. Be prepared to opt for the best of the best. But in order to make sure that you won’t harm your budget too much, evaluate the costs before you start the car tuning process. Make sure you include the services, equipment, all the accessories and necessary elements.

2. Think ahead. Make sure that the modifications you are about to bring to your car are not irreversible. Or, in case they are irreversible, make sure you will feel happy with them forever. Basically, car tuning is an actual investment, so you would better give it a lot of thought and consideration. Furthermore, decide on the type of the car tuning you are looking for: engine tuning, interior, exterior modification, body tuning or other forms.

3. Consider the purpose of your car. Who is using the car? What is the car used for? It is a family car? Are you using the car to go to work? Sure, you might want to add some bright yellow flames on the car’s exterior, but is this a proper look for a family car or for the car you use to go to work with? Make sure you can still use the same way you did and that the modifications do not affect the actual functionality of the vehicle.

3 Specific Tips: Engine Tuning and Aesthetic Tuning

4. One of the simplest and most efficient methods of enhancing the aspect of a car is by adding car wallpaper. It is easy, fast, and, even more importantly, it is quite affordable. There are wide ranges of colors, styles and patterns that can customize your car the way you desire.

5. If you are looking forward to adding more power, then you should not jump to the conclusion that the fitting exhausts and induction kits are the only available solution. In fact, they are a great solution, but you need much more than that, such as new and optimized brakes, plus the suspension tuning. So, in general, make sure you consider all the additional and necessary elements before you take any decision.

6 If your goal is to reach the optimal engine power, then there are some simple and effective tricks you can apply. First of all you need to make sure that there are no air leaks. How can you do that? You can check with the help of some silicon sealants, which should be applied on the carburetor. Secondly, you should keep the engine’s temperature around 150 degrees the first three times when you are running tanks of fuel and then keep the temperature of the engine around 200 degrees. Good luck!

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