Although the BMW M6 is a fantastic driverâs car, many M6 owners find power a little lacking. On paper, the stock output of 560+ horsepower sounds like a lot, but with such a large and heavy to push around it can feel a bit slow. Luckily, BMWâs usage of a twin-turbocharged 4.4L V8 makes the M6 very responsive to aftermarket parts.
The Porsche 911 is synonymous with performance cars. For decades it has been the performance benchmark to beat. With multiple versions of the 911 offered, Porsche keeps power limited on the lower models to protect the sales of the higher models. Such is the case with the 997 Carrera S. Luckily, the aftermarket offers tons of parts which can increase the performance of the 997. An ECU tune is the best bang-for-buck way to get extra power out of your Porsche, even if you already have other aftermarket modifications.
For those who want a UTV to rip around the desert at high-speed, the RZR Turbo S is the perfect UTV. Straight out of the box it makes 168hp with its turbocharged engine which might sound like a lot, but for many RZR owners, itâs not enough. Luckily, the turbocharged nature of the Turbo S allows for big improvements through tuning.
The M2 represents what the M3 once was: a small, sporty, driverâs car which offered an engaging driving experience. With a ton of power and fantastic suspension, all wrapped up in a tiny body, the M2 is a true driverâs car. Although the M2 uses a very similar engine to the M3/M4, itâs down on power compared to those cars. Luckily, the turbocharged nature of the N55 makes it easy to increase power and even outperform the larger M3/M4.