No reason not to mod. The purpose of mods is to enhance performance, which can be done to either a manual or automatic, and to customize the appearance of your car. Basically to individualize it so it’s not like any every other car out there on the road.
Is boosting an automatic car worth it?
Automatics are always going to shift faster than a manual. For a high-powered car used for drag races (track or street, doesn’t matter), an automatic is generally better because the shift times are reduced and you don’t loose boost between shifts and that’s because you never lift off the gas pedal.
How can I make my car drive like new?
It is actually very simple.
Use good oil, and reasonable oil change intervals.
Use good filters.
Use a fuel system cleaner like Techron every 5000 km or so to keep engine deposits down and injectors working.
Trace down and fix little noises before they become big noises.
Absolutely. You can do anything you want to it as long as you keep making the payments. If you somehow don’t make your payments and the car is repossessed, you also lose all your mods when they take the car. Modifications do not affect the warranty as much as some people will have you believe.
How do I keep my old engine running better?
8 Ways to Keep Your Old Car Running Strong
Change your oil and oil filter often.
Replace your transmission fluid and differential oil.
Add new coolant.
Maintain your wheel bearings.
Change your brake fluid.
Keep your exterior clean.
Keep the interior out of heavy sunlight.
Wipe off debris.
Is it worth keeping an old car running?
The “50 Percent” Rule. On a purely pragmatic basis, it’s almost always cheaper to keep an existing car running than to purchase a new one. Given proper maintenance and needed repairs, today’s cars can exceed 200,000 miles.
Should I keep my 20 year old car?
Twenty year old cars will likely be in pretty good condition, so long as the car spent its life in a salt free state and was maintained and garaged. You can always tell a garaged car, the paintwork will be original and still fresh looking.
First things first, car idling isn’t necessarily harmful to your vehicle, but it does have effects. You can waste almost a gallon of gas if you leave your car idling for more than an hour. Burns up oil. Longer time leaving your engine running causes more motor oil to be circulated and burned up.