1. An increase in torque for a better acceleration and hill climbing ability.
2. An increase in power particularly at slow running, producing quicker throttleresponse and improved driveability.
3. A fuel reduction that can be obtained by accurately gauging the stoichiometric ratio, i.e. the air/fuel ratio
4. A reduction in emissions of Co2, Nox, HC, for preserving the health of our environment.
That is to say:
+ ACCELERATION + POWER – FUEL CONSUMPTION -TOXIC EMISSIONS
But remember… always keep an eye on the road, drive safe and avoid taking parti in dangerous and useless competitions unless you are running on track