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We have converted this car into a local race car. what can i do to up yje engine performence

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Ditch the A/C system...get that compressor out of there....that's a start!

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Let me tell you that I'm also working on that. :-)..
A nissan ga13ds, since it is carbureted, then it is limited on the amount of modifications that are of good value for money, since some of the top end modifications may cost you the price of a brand new nissan sentra + modifications.
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You can also improve the performance of the car itself by doing the following: -Saving weight: -Aluminum wheels -carbon fiber/fiberglass/aluminum hood and trunk. -and any other stuff not necessary to you can be removed to save more weight.

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A mechanic told me that both catalytic converters on my 2002 Mercury Cougar needs replacing. One will cost $1000, the other is $900. Does this sound right?

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I have an 84 Buick Lasabre limited. It had the origaninal timming chain on it. well i replaced it. Now every time i get on the gas from 3rd gear to 4th gear it slows down. I checked my plugs, and all my...

Catalytic converters tend to act up at high volume output or higher rpm values same for inadequate fuel pressure it wil perform well at lower rpms and lower power demands but as soon as the rpms or throttle demand increases beyond a certain point the car will bog or lose power, or in your case doing the chain you may have the timing chain off one tooth, check this by bringing the engine to Top Dead center firing stroke line up the timing marker on the front crank pulley with the pointer and remove the valve cover if on number one cylinder ( or front two valve rocker are under no pressure ( you can phsically move them them your ok, if not re set the mechanical timing you did the job wrong.

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