Stuff more into each cylinder - If you can cram more air (and therefore fuel) into a cylinder of a given size, you can get more power from the cylinder (in the same way that you would by increasing the size of the cylinder). Turbo chargers and super chargers pressurize the incoming air to effectively cram more air into a cylinder. Many manufacturers make aftermarket turbos and super chargers for many different cars.
[*]Cool the incoming air - Compressing air raises its temperature. You would like to have the coolest air possible in the cylinder because the hotter the air is the less it will expand when combustion takes place. Therefore many turbo charged and super charged cars have an intercooler. An intercooler is a special radiator through which the compressed air passes to cool it off before it enters the cylinder.
Great write up.
Stuff more into each cylinder & Cool the incoming air that's the best way in my opinion.
One way to achieve this without tearing down your motor is to use nitrous.
This for some reason has quite a bad reputation.
As long as you have a sound motor, this is the way to go. Why mess with the expense of larger valves, cams, heads just to gain single figure HP gains here and there.
When your car is bottle fed you have the perfomance you've got anyway. When the need arises, at the flick of a switch you can have another 100 horses ready to fight with.
Extra performance only when you need it .
I been using nitrous for over 15 years.
Set up right you cant go wrong.
Any how thats my 2 cents worth..