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Can my vehicle be tuning at my place of work or home or do I need to come to you?
What about towing power of vehicles?
Pricing
Is your tuning service is available for Petrol or Diesel?
How soon I expect to get my vehicle Tuned after I place an order along with your Payment?
What do you do exactly?
Is it safe for the vehicle?
Why donít the manufacturers do it?
What warranty do you give?
Please explain what is Tuning?
Do you offer a trial period?
What about insurance?
Do you keep a record of our original & final tuning parameters?
Does it affect the manufacturer warranty?
How does the tuning improve the vehicle?
What do diesel add-on tuning boxes do?
What is Torque?
What is BHP (Break horsepower)?
What is NM (Newton metre)?
What about emissions? Will my Diesel car smoke?
What about Naturally aspirated engines?

Torque is the twisting force created in an engine by rotating parts; horsepower is the measurement of how fast torque is being used. Horsepower and torque work hand-in-hand, as horsepower is calculated from torque.
For the average buyer, torque shouldnít be a deciding factor unless you know youíll be towing or hauling heavy loads. And thatís where high-torque vehicles will do well, driving while towing a trailer or maxing out cargo capacity. It will be easier to accelerate and sustain speed with a high-torque car in any situation, but especially with heavy loads.
High performance cars can also produce lots of torque that greatly aid in acceleration. That feeling of your eyeballs being sucked into the back of your head in a fast car during heavy right-foot pounding is an example of excessive torque.
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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