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Putting the right fuel and getting the right performance for your car


The first step to improving the performance of your car is ensuring that the engine is working properly. The engine is like t he hub of the car: it needs to be working properly so that everything else flows well. Get a mechanic to do this to ensure that when the fuel is put in, it filters down to all the right places to power your car in the best possible manner. This is essential to enhancing the performance of your car. Some drivers like to install a spolier to install the aerodynamics of their car, although this is very much personal taste and preference.

 

Putting the right fuel into your car is also a sensible thing to do. It is unadvisable to put diesel into a car that workes better on petrol. This is something that you should be au fait with prior to actually buying the car. Diesel tends to work better on cars with heavier engines which have significant exhaust fumes. Petrol is the most commonly used type of fuel, although it works well with smaller engines in the main.

 

There are other features which will enhance the performance of you car. The spoiler has already been mentioned, but for an even more streamlined effect, the tyres could be changed for maximum performance. Give particular credence to the wheel tread and the quality of them. The mantra 'buy cheap, buy twice' is particularly applicable when accessorising a car.

 

 

Essentially, there are numerous ways to improve the performance of a car, but putting the right fuel in is the first step in doing so.

Anthony Johnson Nascar   

About the author:

Anthony Johnson is the owner and President of Monza Motion, LLC which owns and operates two companies out of Hamilton, Ohio. Monza Auto Parts which is the retail side of the business and Monza Energy is the powerplant research and development division. Anthony is an avid motorsports fan and classic car collector. He has a passion for the Chevrolet Corvair, which is a car that has forever changed America. He has a degree in Computer Forensics and Network Security from SWFC and is considered an Information Security expert. Anthony has worked with the DoD and major financial institutions across the United States.