Tuning  
For most people tuning starts with an induction kit and a performance exhaust to get a nice sporty grunt of their engine. To make the car stand out from the crowd some nice rims might be added and that's it. But for some reason there are people that just want to take their car to the extreme. To help these people decide what way to go with their car we will try to explain some options available for personalizing their ride. Some mods are easy to do yourself, others require specialized companies to help pull it off.

  Engine tweaks
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For most people the engine tuning starts with an induction kit and a performance exhaust. For the die-hard tuner there are more steps to take. To help you decide what way to go with your motor we will try to explain the options. Some mods are easy to do yourself, other ones require specialized companies to help pull it off. Here is a summary of what is available to read at the moment:

Air induction kits Air filters Exhaust Exhaust systems
Throttle bodies Turbo chargers Super chargers Engine conversions
Chip tuning Boost valve    


  Handling
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Not able to keep up with your mates? Improve the handling of the car and be able to really hit the revs and push the limit of your car.

Suspension Suspension 2 Wheels offset  
Peugeot wheels Wheels & Tyres 106 Wheels & Tyres 106 Brakes


Exterior styling
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So, you like your car to be fast & furious? Then get your mind clear on what you want with our help. There are lot of companies out there offering full bodykits to transform your car in that tarmac hungry animal you always wanted. If you really want to put your stamp on your car and you can handle a bit of good-old craftmanship, be innovative and bolt some stuff together from various kits. Even stuff for a complete other car might do the job, take for example the Laguna spoiler lip, this sucker really looks excellent on your 205 or 106!
Anyway, here are some smart ideas and enhancements to have a look at.

Paint 106 lights 106 Body kits 106 Dimma Wide Body


  Interior guide
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Well since you are always sitting inside your car why not create the perfect environment to relax in (like driving isn't a hard days work!). Again there are different approaches, some people like to go rally style, rip out the rear seats, put in a couple of bucket seats, add some harnasses and get a roll cage. Others like to go for the aluminium goodies....wel here's some info about it

Four-channel amps Subwoofers Crossovers  


  Our own do-it-youself guides
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Articles written by visitors for visitors.

Fitting angel-lights on a 106 Fitting a sunstrip
Fitting 306 GTi brakes & calipers on a 106 Paiting brake calipers
Fitting side bump strips on a 106 Fitting mesh
Replacing the air panel filter of a 106 GTi Replacing the air panel filter of a 206 GTi
Oil change & replacing oilfilter of a 106 GTi Oil change & replacing oilfilter of a 206 GTi
Replacing the sparkplugs on a 106 GTi Replacing the sparkplugs on a 206 GTi
Fitting an exhaust-system on a 106 GTi  


  Do-it-youself guides
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Aha, you would like to safe yourself some money is it? Then have we got news for you, Peugeot Performance is glad to help their visitors out with some great guides on modding and maintenance of your car. Not all of these guides feature a Peugeot but since the work is about the same for every car we decided to make life easy and publish them anyway. Best thing is that there is the possibility to download the guides in PDF format and read the guides without having to pay the costs of being online.....

fitting an induction kit modify your airbox
fitting a set of pedals fitting a steering wheel
maintain your brakes paint the brake calipers
lowering the front fitting race harnesses


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