The Need For Speed!


Photo courtesy of Universal Pictures

One of the most successful movie franchises of the last 8 years was the film, “The Fast and the Furious.”

The film featured souped up cars participating in street racing. Though the film had special effects throught, the movie’s premise for the need for speed remained popular with moviegoers.

The film has spawned 2 sequels: 2 Fast 2 Furious and The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift. A fourth one entitled, “Fast and Furious” is scheduled for release in 2009 and will feature Vin Diesel, Paul Walker, Michelle Rodriguez, and Jordana Brewster reprising their roles from the original.

Many have been inspired to develop upgrades to their own cars that can accelerate faster than the car’s original speed.

There’s one website that can help make it happen. Turbochargerpros.com has everything you need to make your Audi, Volkswagen turbo or any make or model turn your car into “supercharged” speed machine. With an extensive inventory and full warranty, the website can service all your car’s upgrades.

Accoring to their website, both turbochargers and superchargers are called forced induction systems. The advantage of compressing the air is that it lets the engine stuff more air into a cylinder. More air means that more fuel can be stuffed in, too, so you get more power from each explosion in each cylinder. A turbo/supercharged engine produces more power overall than the same engine without the charging.

If you’re considering adding speed to your car, consider Turbochargerpros.com.

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About smoothjazzandmore

I'm a TV producer and an Internet radio broadcaster. I also write for my blogs (An Op-Ed Blog and a Football Blog) here at WordPress.
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