Fuel Guide

Find out about the full range of different fuels.

It can be hard choosing a fuel for your engine when selecting a new car.

We look at the many different types of fuel on the market, suggestions advantages and disadvantages for each and where possible we outline options to convert engines to run on them.

E85 Ethanol gas fuel

Read up on Ethanol E85 gas fuel find out what it is, what octane which cars can happily run it and how to convert a car to use it. We also look at the advantages and disadvantages of E85 fuel.

E85 is a term used to refer to rich ethanol-gas fuel blends that contain a 51%-83% ethanol ratio depending on the season and geography of use.

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How to save over 20% fuel

Find out how to avoid wasting fuel with our hypermiler fuel saving tips and advice. Follow these fuel saving tips to save 20% of your annual fuel bill.

Most drivers are wasting fuel by ignoring a few simple fuel saving principles.

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5 top fuel saving tips

With ever increasing fuel costs it makes sense to look for ways to save fuel. The more fuel you conserve the more money you will save.

Follow our advice and our top 5 fuel saving tips to reduce the cost of fuel and get better mpg. Avoid the pitfalls and additives that do nothing for your car with our no nonsense advice.

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The Benefits of Performance Injectors vs. Stock Parts

Your car might be performing just fine with stock parts, but, if you’re looking for greater horsepower, torque, and fuel […]

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Quick shift gearstick quickshift kits

Being able to change gear as quickly as possible can make a big difference in time critical situations like drag racing and even track day racing.

The slowest component in any car is the driver and there is little that can be done to improve that. A quick shift kit will help to give you the competitive edge by enabling faster gear changes and allowing more ‘feel’ by reducing play.

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Boost controllers and remaps

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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Directional vs Assymetric tyres

Choose the right tyre for your car, explore the full range of summer and winter tyres and we explain the differences between Directional, Assymetric, Symmetrical and road legal slicks to help you decide which is the best option for your performance car.

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