Rolls Royce Tuning Tips and Modifications

Maximise your Rolls Royces driving pleasure

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

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

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Clutch tuning: performance clutch modifications and triple plate clutches setup

The clutch takes the engine power, and puts this down through the drive shaft, to the driven wheels on the road but allows you to disengage the engine whilst performing a gear change.

Contact like this requires a lot of grip and a fast response. The more power you have the harder it is for the clutch to operate.

Pistons Crankshafts

When an engine is nicely balanced you can raise the redline, and this is where the peak power lies. If you are planning forced induction upgrades then making sure the bottom end of the engine is as strong as possible is a major consideration.

Engine tuning mods for various engine types

General engine tuning tips "Tuning Modz" Engine Tuning an overview. Engine tuning depends largely on the base engine size and […]

Comparison of Turbo’s and superchargers

Both work on the same principle they blow air into the engine under pressure. Both have a turbine which spins up depending on the engine speed and the higher the revs the greater the volume of air is forced into the engine. But there are some major differences between the two and which is best for your project?

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