Engines

Getting Super Powers

Yellow Performance Parts
These engines are all about delivering the middle of the road power output. Think of this as a Ram Air Intake upgrade, which increases engine power in the lower-mid range. It's usually muscle cars such as a Dodge Viper SRT10 or its full-size relative, the Dodge Charger SRT8, that benefit from this engine, but it will also work for exotic cars like the Ford GT and the SLR McLaren.
Amerikon SpeedSystems
Gromlen
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Medion
Transtek
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Quartz Speed Packages
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Blue Performance Parts
These engines are high-torque powerplant designed to pack quite a punch, allowing for quicker acceleration. What this would be suitable for is a low-RPM car, i.e. many of the classic muscle cars in the game (Chevelle SS especially), or in a real-life application, a high-torque AMG Mercedes.
Dawndraft
Kestrel
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Velocicom
Zero Tuning Mods
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Stick Motorsport
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Red Performance Parts
These engines are considered to be the worst brand for power parts according to the NFSW community, is the lighter version of AmerikonSS/Gromlen/Medion. The difference between the two is that this is NOT designed for V10 engines; rather they're more Inline oriented (Supra, Lancer Evolution and others of this nature). This is a must for every turbocharged engine, as too much horsepower will kill the car's torque, and too much torque will hold it back from its true potential.
Nova-T
Richter
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Ventura
Attack Motorsport
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Tear
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Green Performance Parts
These engines are tuned to provide high end hp with pretty bad low end torque, requiring an induction 9 times out of 10 to help out. Do note that this should be used only on cars with the peak near the high range (Nissan Skyline GT-R), rather than cars that still have quite a ways to go between their peak power and redline (Mazda RX-7).
Omnia Racegruppe
Norset
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URSA Motorsport
SpeedSciens
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Dynamo Aftermarket Kits
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