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Turbo or Nitrous As you are driving you see many cars going over the speed limit Many of the drivers are into racing and modifying their cars In most cars there are two major modifications that can be done they are turbo kit or a nitrous kit Both increase horsepower dramatically but one is instant and the other goes into effect after a certain rpm Turbo is a turbine that is connected to your engines air intake that spins to create explosive power at high rpms This is something that with minor modifications can be done to almost any car in the market Turbo comes in many different sizes depending on the type of engine you have and how much power you want When a turbo is installed in a car it is considered a difficult upgrade but an upgrade that will make you car run better and faster It also doesnt shorten the life of your engine if done properly The only problem with a turbo is the price Turbos range anywhere from 2000 dollars to 5000 dollars and many other minor modifications must be made which also increase cost Nitrous is something totally different from turbo Nitrous is a gaseous mixture that is either directly injected into your engines pistons or into you intake manifold Nitrous is cheap and gives you a lot of power It costs about 500 dollars and depending on how much you want to spray is how much horsepower your engine will receive A 50 shot of nitrous gives you about 45 more horsepower What is impressive about nitrous is that you only use it when you want because all you have to do is flip a switch and then it works The down side of nitrous is that it burns your engine and if used frequently it will damage your engine beyond repair While turbo gives you horsepower at high rpms nitrous is instant at anytime
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