All modern cars have their horsepower regulated by a computer chip. This chip sets the amount of oxygen that mixes with the fuel. A mixture that is richer in fuel produces a higher horsepower than a mixture that has less fuel and more oxygen.
This means that two identical cars with identical motors could have a 10 to 20 percent difference in horsepower depending on the air-to-fuel...
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