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We are aiming to have complete listings for all UK car events each year and listings for the major international motorshows. We also have a list of organised legal cruises, meets and club open days in our forum for members. If you are an event organiser please drop us your details and we will consider adding your event to these pages.


UK Motoring events and Modded car shows in Kent

Dates for your diary. Full UK show calendar."Motoring events and car shows"UK Motoring Events and Car Shows There are more and more car shows and event springing up each year- with pretty much something on every weekend. Plenty of shows to suit all tastes and interests. With a large number of Japanese performance car shows […]

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Todays featured car tuning article

Boost controllers and remaps
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Boost controllers
The turbo is driven by the exhaust gases and the faster the exhaust flows the quicker the turbo spins and more air gets forced in to the engine.

If too much air is forced into the engine then it will run lean. This causes an intermittent loss of power and you also risk putting too much pressure on the engine with a surge of power.

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