Jaguar car tuning tips and advice from classic models to the latest supercharged and turbocharged Jaguar models. We have a wide range of tuning articles covering all models of Jaguar from the older pre 1990 cars to the modern XF, XJ and XK ranges. Following our tuning tips you will avoid many of the common mistakes and actually achieve the car setup you desire. Please join the forum for model specific questions and answers and to meet other owners and see what modifications they have done.
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he XFR sports car has all the essential elements, power, handling and sheer visceral appeal. Over the years it has received ever improving engines and is a tuners dream to play with.
With the right mods you can enhance what is already a very good car, in fact the Jaguar XFRs make excellent project cars and respond well to tuning.
The 2009 XJ revision is fresh and energetic. The epic makeover is not just skin deep, the fantastic engines on offer mean that the XJ performs as well as it looks.
We shall look at the various tuning options open to you and with some carefully chosen performance modifications you can dramatically maximise your driving fun and enjoyment of your car.
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.