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TorqueCars Turbo engine power gain calculator.

"With great power comes great irresponsibility"

Please note that this calculator should be considered a fun tool and cannot be more than 80% accurate for every make and model.

It cannot take into account the age of a car and is representative of a typical turbo charged car with popular modifications. 

No claims or quotes can be verified as accurate for your car, hopefully it will show you how little power you get for typical mods.

Generally the more boxes you tick the less accurate the calculator will be (2 -4 boxes should be reasonably accurate) and we welcome your feedback to enable us to improve the accuracy of this.

TURBO Power gain calculator - if you have a NASP engine click here.


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2 Responses to “Calculator for the power gains on a Turbo engine”

  1. TCJBOLDIE says:

    LOL at the result I got telling me to buy a new car and did i want to blow it up.
    I originally had 120 hp and went to 310 hp at the tyres when the car was an 8 valve SOHC

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