Tuning the car engine for enhancing its performance has become the hottest topic in the cyber world among the motors throughout the world. An interesting fact about the tuning is that it is not able to enhance the performance of old cars but also in the newly launched cars, that are endorsed to empowered with powerful engines. Well, this is quite surprising that why an owner of the newly purchased car will prefer to enhance the power of his car that is already equipped with a powerful engine. Interestingly an answer to this question in simple words is to enjoy its full potential.
This is mainly because of the strategy adopted by the manufacturer of the particular car, that restricts them to launch their car by minimizing its actual performing parameters. The reason behind this logic is the driving conditions like the quality of fuel, condition of the road, traffic condition etc prevailing in different countries. Let for instance talk about the cars developed by Italian car maker Ferrari. The cars manufactured by maker are known for their powerful engines that are capable of touching the mark from 0 to 100 km/hr in the span of fewer than 5 seconds. Going through this these cars are mainly purchased by expert motorists, who prefer to drive their car competing with the speed of wind.
But, surprisingly some of the Ferrari owners are not even satisfied the delivered performance and wish to get more their beloved car, and therefore going through this requirement they are always on hunting the methods that are able to derive desired results from their car. One more interesting factor about tuning is that if you own any of the classic Ferrari cars, then by getting it tuned through an expert technician you can convert it into the F1 sports car.
Let us now move towards the Ferrari tuning methods that are helpful in enhancing its performance according to the expectations of its owners.
- Tuning and upgrading the existing engine system: Tuning engine refers to updating the existing software program installed in the engine control unit with a new software program. This can be done by either replacing the existing tuning box with new tuning box or by rewriting the existing program with a new one. Both these methods have their individual pros and cons, where the former is easy to carry out and facilitates the car owner to re-install the rolled out tuning box back if he is not satisfied the results delivered by the new box. The latter method is complex and needs to be carried out by an expert technician. The drawback of this method is that you cannot install the phased out software program, in case if you are not satisfied with the new program. It would be interesting to know that both the methods are helpful in enhancing the power and torque generation efficiency of the vehicle.
Apart, from both these methods, there is one more method which generally is related with replacing the existing engine configuration with the more powerful engine. The worth mentioning the feature of this process is that you are able to enjoy the results that are endorsed for the newly configured engine.
- Upgrading the transmission system: Once you have got your car Ferrari tuned according to your requirements, it will be imperative for you to change its existing transmission system, that is suitable to its newly tuned engine. Doing this will help you in driving your car to its fullest speed at top gears according to engine requirements.
- Cosmetic updates: Tuning the car although refers to upgrading the engine configurations, it also requires additional updates also. To enjoy the expected results of tuned engine you also need to modify the existing infrastructure of your car so that it does not put extra load on the performance of the upgraded engine. For that, you should try to minimize the weight of your car by installing carbon fibre wheels rather than existing carbon alloy wheels.
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