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Also I would appreciate any write ups on your own turbo vehicle that can be published for the interest of other owners.
This is important as I will soon run out of things to say about my own experiences and will have to rely on input from you to keep the momentum going. It does not matter what type of turbo vehicle you have as there will always be owners who will be interested in your turbo adventures.

SUGGESTED MODIFICATION SEQUENCE

The following details will explain some of the general ways to modify your Turbo Vehicle for enhanced  performance.

1, Ensure your vehicle is Roadworthy and complies with local Motor Vehicle Regulations in your country.

2, Have your car serviced with all fluids and hoses replaced also for best reliability. (Especially before you go to the drags!;-(

3, READ "BEFORE ANY MODIFICATIONS" on this site.

4. AIR FILTER

Replace AIR FILTER with Alternate type.

As mentioned, the foam type air filter seems to have been proven in racing and extreme power conditions by allowing much better air flow while still doing its job of removing dust, dirt and grime from harming your sensitive high speed turbo and engine internals.

DO NOT OPERATE WITHOUT ONE FITTED TO YOUR ENGINE!!              
I have personally found that the FINER FILTER that is available for most vehicles does the job well, while being very cost effective once off at less than a hundred dollars compared with an arm and leg from the Manufacturer a few times a year. I think that I have had a FINER FILTER for more than five years and still have the same bottle of special goo that you have to knead into the foam liner after washing out the dirt with turps. I am sure its good for a few years yet.

Warning, the All TURBO CLUB Register makes this information available to you with NO express guarantee's implied or otherwise on the suitability of the information being relevant to your Automobile Make or Model. You should not make any modifications to your Automobile unless a qualified Mechanic has approved and checked that the vehicle is safe and roadworthy and meets all relevant State Governed Regulations before proceeding onto public roads. The information contained in this ATCR Website is believed to be correct but the Author and Publisher make no warranties, express or implied that the information is free of errors, or that it will meet the particular requirements of individual Automotive application.

 

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