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Engine Tuning

Performance Air Filter

There are many performance filters in the market that will replace your car's stock air filter. There may be variants in design and construction materials but they will all produce the same benefits, increased air-throughput resulting in increased engine power (up to 5%). They will also last longer than a conventional filter as they can be cleaned and re-used.
 
Exhausts

Standard exhausts compromise top-end power to reduce noise levels and ensure smooth power curves. Performance exhausts gain extra power by eliminating the compromise. Replacing standard baffled boxes with straight through silencers reduces restriction and increases power. Large bore pipe-work and modified manifold tract lengths are also used to maximize flow. There are many types of exhaust. Which you want and what your car needs may be different, so choose wisely.

Back Box

The most cost-effective way to upgrade your exhaust is to replace the back box only, as this is where the original exhaust suffers most restriction. This modification will increase power, improve looks and emit a deeper sound. Peak gains rarely breach 5bhp, but you should be happy with the increase in throttle response.

Performance Chips

Performance chips remove the allowances set by the manufacture to improve areas such as fuel economy. Aspirated cars gain around 5 to 10bhp and extra torque. On turbocharged cars including diesels, the chips also increase turbo boost pressure, which ups the power dramatically. The only disadvantage with a mass produced chip is that it has a set program and cannot be adapted to ensure that any other modifications that have been made to aid performance are running at their optimum.

Intercoolers

Intercoolers work like a car's radiator, transferring heat. In this form, they cool the temperature of the intake air. This cooler air is more dense and will allow for extra fuel to be added so when detonated will produce a greater force.

Induction Kits
                                                                                                                      
Induction kits are designed to replace the car's restrictive air-box system. These kits can offer power gains of up to 10% by drawing in plenty of cold air. But be aware, if they are unable to draw on cold air you will not benefit from the design. It is essential the kit is set up with adequate cold-air feed pipes and is protected from heat.
 
Manifolds

Replacing your car's iron manifold with a tuned tubular steel version can offer good gains. Quality manifolds can
deliver good improvements in both mid-range torque and peak power. They are rarely cheap, but will transform the output of highly tuned engines.

Catalysts & Pipes

The catalyst causes major restrictions to airflow, reducing your car's total power output. By fitting a 'Cat pipe' the catalyst is removed and replaced by a straight piece of tube. But it is illegal to remove a catalyst from a car.
 
Mapped ECU’s

An ECU (electronic control unit) can be mapped to run all of the modifications on a modified car. To maximize the possible gains of running a larger output turbo and up-rated injectors a mapped ECU is the only answer. If a team who know their electronics do mapping, the results can be awesome.


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