horsepower

Melted Cats from a Bad Tune and Bad Gas

Melted Cats from a Bad Tune and Bad Gas

We always preach about using good fuel and having a good tune in your performance car, especially your daily driven hot rod.  We had a great example this week about why this is so important! The last time you went cheap on the gas for a few tanks and you think it didn’t hurt anything - did you look at your cats?

Superchargers vs Turbos: The Ultimate Forced Induction Debate

Superchargers vs Turbos: The Ultimate Forced Induction Debate

When it comes to serious power-adders there's two main contenders: twin turbos and superchargers. While the two are very different there are some similarities. The main similarity between twin turbos and a supercharger is that they both force air into the motor in order to create more power. To put it simply, the more air forced into your motor, the more power it will make.

Breaking Down the Stages

Breaking Down the Stages

If you’ve browsed the internet for any car mods at all then you know that there are hundreds if not thousands of options to choose from. It can get overwhelming especially if you know what gains you want but aren’t sure how to get there.

We simplified the endless options into 4 packages. These packages are what we know works and what is requested the most by our customers. We’ve even tried them out on our own shop cars and hit the track to see how the packages perform. Keep in mind that these packages aren’t set in stone. We can mix, match, and customize anything for you. 

What Supercharger is Best for You and Your Vehicle

What Supercharger is Best for You and Your Vehicle

A supercharger essentially provides more air for your motor. This air is referred to as boost. Each pound of boost or PSI the supercharger puts into the motor is more horsepower. This boost can be delivered in a few different ways. This is where different style superchargers come into play.