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Rover Tuning Tips and Modifications

Get more power and performance from your Rover

Rover car tuning tips and advice. We have a wide range of tuning articles covering all models of Rover from small engined family cars to large engine hot hatches and executive cars. Following our tuning tips you will avoid many of the common mistakes and actually achieve the car setup you desire. Please join the forum for model specific questions and answers and to meet other owners and see what modifications they have done.

TorqueCars started providing Rover engine tuning tips, car modification and car performance pointers and suggestions back in 2003 and have grown from strength to strength with a fast growing membership of all types of cars including many, Rover owners. We are currently one of the fastest growing car tuning clubs around and certainly one of the friendliest. In 2007 we also organised our first full car show.

Our Rover tuning features with performance tips and information on peformance parts for your car get updated so for the hottest Rover engine tuning,modification and performance advice, tips and pointers please check back regularly. We strongly recommend that you join our Rover forums and swap engine tuning ideas with like minded Rover owners in the engine tuning forums.

We would like to hear about your interesting Rover projects, so drop into the forum, post up a new thread and pass on your tips, we love to see members car pictures and have an ever growing gallery. Scroll down the page to see our latest tuning articles for your Rover.

Tuning the Rover 220 Gti for performance

Performance tuning for the Rover 220 Gti "RoverLoaded" Getting the best performance from the Rover 220 GTi Rover 200 brakes are not brilliant – the standard 220 GTi has vented disks I mated this to EBC Greenstuff pads – excellent pads make up for the usual breaking problems- redstuff pads needed a little warming to […]

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The Rover 2.0 T series engine

Rovers T series 2.0 engine "Time for T" The engine in the car is a 2 litre Multipoint fuel injection systems controlled by Rover MEMS engine management system.  In standard form it generates 136 bhp – 0-60 in 7.8 seconds (not bad) and returns between 20 and 25 mpg (31 when rebuilt) – doesn’t matter […]

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220 Problems


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Todays featured car tuning article

What is an induction kit and what does it do.

As induction kits are probably one of the most popular modifications for car tuning projects we thought we should add a introductory article to explain what they are, what they do and the theory behind them.

An induction kit is quite simply an air filter. Most cars have air filters mounted in an air box. These filters are generally constructed of paper which filters out the particles from the air and prevents these from getting into the engine. The airboxes are designed to reduce the noise of the engine and have various vanes and angles cut to maximise this noise reduction.

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