How to Make a Car Faster

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In order to improve a car's performance and make it faster, some products that can be used include different throttle bodies, bigger fuel injectors and chip kits. Consult a budget before making major modifications to a car with information from a certified master mechanic in this free video on car maintenance.

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Good afternoon, my name is Tom Brintzenhofe, certified master mechanic from Redding, Pennsylvania and today we're going to talk about how do you make your car faster. There's a lot of different products out there. Unfortunately the way cars are designed now, it's real difficult to make any modifications with twisting screws and making little tiny adjustments to make them any faster. If you're looking to improve the performance of your vehicle, there's a lot of products out there, different throttle bodies you that you can replace on these to make them a little bit bigger, get better airflow, bigger fuel injectors. They can get pretty costly though. Other alternatives you have out there are what they call chip kits. They're a couple of hundred dollars,2 300 dollars but that's your best bet if you're looking for a little bit more performance out of your vehicle. You can research them on the Internet. There's a lot of them out there, your local parts store, if you talk to them a lot of them have catalogs you can breeze through as to what you're plan on doing what your budget is. Your budget is going to constrain as to what you can do, but there's tons of products out there as to what you feel like spending and what you feel like doing, most of them you can all do in the comforts of your own garages but it all depends on what you budget is. Breeze through the catalogs, there's tons of products out there that can help you out. But that's the easiest way to improve the performance of your vehicle, make it a little faster.


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