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Old 06-17-2021, 01:27 AM   #1
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In your opinion, are there solutions to increase engine power? What is the current trend of increasing engine power?


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Old 06-17-2021, 09:49 PM   #2
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The current trend for increasing engine power is via tunes which rely on engine sensors and remapping of the fuel and timing, as well as other parameters, to allow the engine to be more responsive and more powerful.

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Re: Engine

If you want to increase the engine-power, you've essentially got to find ways to move more air in a greater volume through your engine. There are some ways given for increasing engine power.

1. Installing a High-Performance cold air intake to increase engine horsepower.
2. Installing a High-Flow air filter and intake.
3. High Performance Exhaust System.
4. Supercharger.
5. Turbocharger.
6. Nitrous.
7. Water-Injection Kit.
8. Performance Camshaft.
9. Reflash your vehicle’s computer.
10. Keep your filters clean.
11. Keep your car well lubricated.
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