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The MGC Chatbox Evo is really easy to use

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    Junior Member DangerousSHS#70's Avatar
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    Jan 2009

    how can i make my vw beetle faster. ?

    How can i make my 1970 vw beetle faster. its stock, what extra parts can i buy to make it faster?

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    Senior Member david's Avatar
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    May 2008
    the best way to start is to look for a better computer for your car, change ur intake to a high air flow intake system and ur computer would fix up your air/fuel mixture but u might need to change ur maf/map the thing right after ur air filter that detects how much air comes in your car because some of those get destroyed with the more air coming in, and change ur exhaust to make it sound better but its best just to see what aftermarket stuff they got for your car and thats pretty much all i can think of to keep it street legal

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    Junior Member halsca's Avatar
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    Aug 2008
    Installing a better exhaust system is a start. Adding a Kadron carburetor kit will also improve horsepower. Also install a Bosch 009 Distributor and coil. These modifications can be done in less than 4 hours and will give you a noticeable increase in power and cost less than 1000 dollars. That's about all you can do to a stock motor without getting into the motor.

    If you want more power you'll have to get a big bore kit which involves tearing down the entire engine to do the machining work necessary to install it.

    Fortunately type 1 motors are cheap and easy to work on. Start looking through VW magazines and technical manuals. You'll be amazed at all the stuff out there.

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    Junior Member Yahoo! Fan's Avatar
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    Jan 2009
    The only way i think you can do that is change the engine of the car, and use a more powerful one. Other changes you could make that would affect the speed is use the 'Super' petrol instead of 'Premium' as Super contains 97% octane, whereas Premium contains 90%. You could also reduce weight by taking out heavy items you have stored in their, which would possibly also reduce the petrol consumption.

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