1983-86 Honda City Turbo II

There is a basic principle of engineering that affects all cars: in order to make an engine produce more power, you need to add more fuel and more air. Adding more fuel is the easy part, but adding more air can be challenging. That’s why automakers use turbochargers to boost the incoming air, which in turn boosts the power output of an engine. This is particularly effective on smaller engines.

Turbochargers have been standard fare on Saabs, Volvos, and high-end Nissans for decades. One car manufacturer that has kept their distance from forced induction is Honda. However, they did experiment with it during the “turbo craze” of the 1980s.

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Ford Mustang GT 5.0 Supercharged Photos

Each month, there is a car show in Scottsdale, Arizona called Cars and Coffee. The show primarily features exotics such as Lamborghinis, Ferrarris, Porsches, Aston Martins, and other cars with very large price tags. However, the show is open to any type of vehicle.

Last month, this goregeous Fox-body Ford Mustang caught my eye. Take a gander at the photos of this supercharged black beauty!