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what modifications make a car faster?
it really depends on what kind of car you have.
some cars come from the factory with a turbocharged engine, designed to make the car more fuel-efficient and quicker when accelerating after coming to a halt. others come from the factory with a v8 engine, which is not as good for fuel efficiency but can go much faster when shooting up in speed after accelerating from a stop sign. some vehicles are equipped with automatic transmissions, others have manual transmissions that require more skill when driving fast. ultimately it will depend on your local area how these modifications may affect you legally – there are guidelines set by law enforcement agencies relating to what types of vehicle modifications are legal or not according to where they are made or where they are driven in some
how can i add more horsepower to my car?
to add horsepower, you can upgrade to a higher-octane fuel. if your car uses 93 octane gasoline, switch to 100 octane. or if you're able to find 102 octane, that would be the next best choice without sacrificing too much fuel efficiency.
this will allow your engine's compression ratio (the measure of how tightly air inside an engine is compressed before it's ignited) to be slightly higher for greater power at the cost of some fuel economy. higher-compression ratios are beneficial because they increase the force applied by combustion. this in turn pushes pistons down with greater force which helps them push more air out so overall there's more energy pushing against the pistons and turning your crankshaft
how can i make my car faster for free?
car engines are specifically designed to provide the appropriate power at the appropriate rpms. any engine modification will decrease the efficiency of the vehicle and consume more gas which increases emissions. plus, even if you do invest time and money into modding your car, it'll never be faster than a professional racer's car because they create their vehicles out of components that are made for racing (e.g., lighter parts or stronger materials). the highest-performance cars also use specific gearing setups, make extensive use of aftermarket electronics, and may even sidestep energy conservation design techniques like aerodynamics to maximize horsepower output during acceleration rather than top speed (which is slower).
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will a tune up make my car faster?
it all depends. some problems, such as transmission fluid condition and an engine vacuum leak might actually make the car slower. other problems can frustrate a driver with a vehicle that feels sluggish or clunky, even though it is running properly under the hood. the best reason for a tune up is because it ensures all of your vehicle's parts are working at peak efficiency, saving you money on gas and letting you enjoy more control over your vehicle while driving during trips down the freeway.