Maserati Tuning Tips and Modifications

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If you are looking to build the ultimate Maserati then you came to the right place.

Our tuning tips and articles for the Maserati cover all the best mods and latest tuning methods to help you build a great modified Maserati.

With the help of our forum members, industry professionals and seasoned car modders we present a best practice guide to modding your Maserati.

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How to add a turbo to a non turbo car.

Adding a turbo or supercharger is a fairly complex modification so we’ll cover the basics of adding a turbo upgrade in this article. The idea of doubling your power with one “simple turbo upgrade” is certainly appealing, but what is involved in a turbo conversion project? What are the common problems when a car is turbocharged? How do you add a turbo safely to a car?

Aftermarket ECU

Find out what an aftermarket ECU is, how it can improve performance, why you would want to install one and things to look out for when buying an aftermarket ECU online.

Hybrid turbos

As a rule the turbo engines are stronger than the NASP equivalents and are able to handle substantial power gains.

The key thing in a turbo engine is the flow rate that can be generated and this depends largely on the internal profiles of the impellers inside the turbo.

Ceramic exhaust coatings and exhaust wrap

Under bonnet temperatures are one of the biggest performance killers around.

Quite simply, you want your engine to be sucking in cold air as this carries more oxygen and will allow you to burn more fuel.

The exhaust system is one of the contributors to under bonnet temperatures. You can therefore lag the exhaust to help prevent this heat soak into the engine bay.

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