Bristol Tuning Tips and Modifications

Maximise your Bristols driving pleasure

Thank you so much for visiting TorqueCars, we love Bristol’s and see quite a few interesting projects.

If you are looking to build the ultimate Bristol then you’ve found the right place.

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

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

Please join us in our forums, we love to hear what members are up to and it helps us spot trends so that we can ensure the site is always covering the latest and greatest tuning topics.

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The best tuning mods

What are the best tuning mods for your car? There is a lot of debate in our forums but we have compiled a list of the best tuning mods for this article based on feedback from our members.

We are going to ignore the most popular mods, as these often only turn out to be aesthetic upgrades rather than performance upgrades.

Decats & Sports catalysts

Catalysts are a vital component in our modern tree hugging environmentally conscious society. First TorqueCars will look at what a catalyst does and how it works.

A catalyst is actually a term used to explain anything which accelerates or performs a chemical reaction. In a car the exhaust fumes are fed through a matrix of ceramic honeycomb lined with precious metals.

Superchargers – A guide to supercharger kits benefits vs disadvantages

Superchargers offer the promise of substantial power gains with very few drawbacks. So lets look at the growing popularity of supercharger kits and see what its all about.

A supercharger is quite simply an air compressor which helps push more air into an engine. These are driven by a belt from the engine effectively creating pull on the engine sapping up to 30% of the engines power.

Automotive engines

The array of available automotive engines continues to grow, we shall look at the main types of engines looking at how they have evolved over time.
The gradual evolution of the automotive engine marches on and we discuss the major developments and innovations in engine technology and fuel types such as Petrol, diesel, LPG hydrogen and electric power.

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