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Improvement the performance

I have a totally standard well looked after engine. Are there any basic mods to do just to unlease a bit more potenial?

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Drill several 1 holes in the airbox185 main jet in the carb and as u sayfree flowing exhaust..........(big bore kitport and flow head),,,

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not breaking the bank is the real problem
first cheap mod is in replace the cam shaft with a torque producting cam ( not high lift or long duration as that gets to lumpy motor operation)
that will improve the engine breating with out making it a lumpy operation
next is to get a set of tuned mandrel bent extractors to assist with the better breathing cam
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next is a good electrical ignition system
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I have a lacner 98'', with 4g13 engine automatic.it's very slow. what can i do to make it faster whith out problem to my engine?


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Can the EGR valve and vacuum mod, as well as the BVSV be elimnated


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Far better to leave the smog equipment as the factory installed it.

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387 cc engine best performance mods


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