Daewoo car tuning tips and advice. We have a wide range of tuning articles covering all models of Daewoo from the popular small engined Daewoo models to large engined hot hatches. Following our tuning tips you will avoid many of the common mistakes and actually achieve the car setup you desire. Meet other owners in our Daewoo owners club and swap pictures and tuning tips.
TorqueCars started providing Daewoo track day setup help, car tuning and car performance part reviews and suggestions back in 2003 and have grown from strength to strength with a fast growing membership of all types of cars including many, Daewoo owners. We are currently one of the fastest growing car tuning clubs around and certainly one of the friendliest. In 2007 we also organised our first full car show.
Our Daewoo tuning and styling articles are continually updated so for the latest Daewoo track day setup,tuning and performance part advice, tips and pointers please check back regularly. We strongly recommend that you join our Daewoo forums and swap track day setup ideas with like minded Daewoo owners in the track day setup forums.
If you are have a Daewoo tuning project underway we would love to hear about it, the Gallery section in the forum contains some interesting Daewoo projects already. Scroll down the page to see our latest tuning articles for your Daewoo.
We take a peek at Lacetti tuning and highlight the best modifications. Daewoo Lacettis make a good tuning project and with the right performance mods you can greatly increase your driving experience.
A popular car for tuning up is the Lacetti and our members have some interesting projects on the go. The key to Lacetti tuning is getting the right mods – a lot of money can be wasted if you do it wrong.
The little Kalos competes in the small hatch sector with the Polo and forms an important part of the Daewoo portfolio. There are lots of young drivers out there looking for performance mods for the Kalos.
We look at Kalos tuning and summarise the greatest modifications in our exclusive tuning guide. We look at induction kits, sports exhausts, cams and engine mods.
Performance gains are possible with the addition of bonnet vents.
Warm air really does kill performance. This is due to the air intake temperatures being hot and air at high temperatures carries less oxygen.
When driving an engine hard the under bonnet temperatures quickly build up and the engine has no choice but to suck this air in reducing your power.