Rolls Royce Tuning Tips and Modifications

Maximise your Rolls Royces driving pleasure

Thanks for visiting TorqueCars, we love Rolls Royces and see so many interesting Rolls Royce projects.

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.

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

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More power with an engine swap a simple guide

A popular modification with Torquecars members involves a complete engine swap and remains one of the most cost effective modifications you can do.

As long as there is sufficient space in the engine bay any engine can be made to work in any car although in most cases the work involved is prohibitive to say the least.

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 […]

Vernier pulleys

TorqueCars give advice and tips on using vernier pulleys setting them up and how changes to the pulley can alter the power band. With a vernier pulley you have the ability to control the advance or retard on your cam timing and move the power band around.

What is brake fade and what causes brake fade?

This phenomenon known as brake fade can be quite unexpected and lethal and I would hazard a guess that 1 in 4 cars are likely to experience brake fade to some degree. Brake fade manifests itself by a spongy feel on the pedal and little or no braking force. Do not confuse brake fade with bad brakes or a mechanical fault as it applies to brake systems in relatively good condition.

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