Bling It On: Individualising Your Car With Accessories

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Bling It On: Individualising Your Car With Accessories

I'm Rick, and I'm in my early twenties. I have six older brothers, and we are all car crazy! Fortunately, my parents live on a few hectares, so we have somewhere to store the cars we are constantly refurbishing. Whilst some guys like buying really old cars and doing them up, I prefer to buy cars that are in reasonable condition and bling them up with accessories. From floor mats to navigation systems, I always keep my eyes open for anything new and interesting. Many of my friends bring their new cars to me for ideas about how to personalise them. I am usually able to give suggestions and direct them to the best suppliers. I realise that many others out there may be looking for ways to express their individuality through car accessories. I hope you find some inspiration within these pages. Please drive through!


Signs that Your Vehicle Might Need Dyno Tuning

The engine is an essential component of your vehicle. When it's working well, you can trust your vehicle efficiently move you from one point to another. However, when the engine starts failing, you will have inconveniences like sudden stalling in the middle of the highway and excessive fuel consumption. Always look out for signs that your car might have engine problems. Dyno tuning is an excellent test to gauge the state and capacity of your engine. Here are a few indicators that your vehicle might need dyno tuning

You Are Spending Too Much on Fuel

Every car owner gets an estimate of the number of kilometres they travel with a litre of fuel. A well-serviced car should give you a maximum number of litres per kilometre for the particular vehicle model. If your car's performance has dropped below this level, the chances are that the engine has problems. Dyno tuning can help the auto mechanic discover which part of the engine processes might be causing poor fuel economy. They will recommend the repairs or replacements to help restore fuel efficiency and save you money at the pump. 

You Haven't Been Experiencing Smooth Rides 

As the vehicle owner, you have an excellent idea of the type of experience your car gives you on the road. A new vehicle should have a smooth ride. A few things might change with time, but they shouldn't be changes that make you fear for your safety on the road. A rough ride, engine idling and sputtering before coming to life are signs of possible problems. An auto mechanic will check your car and help determine what could be causing the rough rides. After the diagnosis, they will suggest solutions that improve your experience on the road. 

You Haven't Serviced Your Car for a Long Time

It is advisable to service your car after the recommended number of kilometres on the road. Failure to service the vehicle leads to systems inside it wearing out over time. If you continue ignoring the signs of trouble, you might experience the inconvenience of a completely broken-down car. Dyno tuning is an excellent way to find out possible engine issues even before they occur. It prevents permanent engine damage.

These are some signs that your vehicle might need dyno tuning. Speak to a professional who offers the service to organise and execute the tests. They will improve your car's fuel economy, raise its efficiency on the road and improve your experience on the road.