The main feature of the Saber edv V3 is to simulate the dump valve sound or “blow off” sound using MP3 technology and requires no turbo. The kit is easy to install and will fit all vehicles, aiming specifically at non-turbo’ed vehicles.
(PRWEB UK) 23 July 2012
Started in 2002 by Andrew Brown, Akamoto has always prided itself on bringing together quality car modification products and excellent service. Hours of research provides them with the best suppliers and accessories to create their own custom vehicles, including performance exhausts and their original product, the Akamoto Nitrous kits. Boasting a packed new site and clever new products, Akamoto is proving itself to be a real threat to its competitors. Akamoto’s new site is easy to navigate and helpful when it comes to informing buyers of the available products, including the advantages and disadvantages they can provide for your car.
Akamoto’s flagship Nitrous kits is becoming more and more popular in street cars. The realisation that Nitrous Oxide can be injected into the engine safely could have contributed to this rise in sales.
The mechanism of this enhancement is made possible by that fact that Nitrous Oxide splits into oxygen and nitrogen when heated to around 300 degrees Celsius, thus injecting nitrous oxide into an engine means that more oxygen is available during combustion. Because there is more oxygen it is also possible to inject more fuel, allowing the same engine to produce more power. Also, when Nitrous Oxide vaporizes it significantly cools the intake air. When the intake air temperature reduces the air density increases and provides even more oxygen in the cylinder. Contrary to popular belief, the engine is not susceptible to damage so long as the nitrous kit is properly installed.
Causing new excitement in the realms of modificatio is another of Akmoto’s new best-selling products, the Saber edv V3. Although not to everybody’s taste it has proven itself to be successful. The Saber edv was officially launched at one of the biggest car shows in the UK. Since the release of the Sabre edv V3 modification in November 2008 it has proven so popular that the Saber edv V3 is now selling worldwide.
Describing the Saber edv V3 Andy Brown stated, “The main feature of the Saber edv V3 is to simulate the dump valve sound or “blow off” sound using MP3 technology and requires no turbo. The kit is easy to install and will fit all vehicles, aiming specifically at non-turbo’ed vehicles.”
“As there is no actual increase in power output to your vehicle, there will be no change to insurance premiums. In addition, there being no change in fuel consumption what is saved on fuel prices you will save on having the big turbo sound without the increased expense of a turbo conversion.”
For those wanting an increased power modification this product would evidently not be suitable - the product gives all the sound of a big modification without the costs, but also without any improvement in power output.
Overall, Akamoto receives excellent customer reviews and has successfully compiled a range of reliable and impressive car and bike modification accessories for its audience that continues to grow, bolstered by continued exposure in gaming and film releases to their key target demographics.
For more information pleae visit http://www.akamoto.co.uk or call 07810873677.