In our last issue we looked at the basics of valve lash. We examined a couple of ways to accomplish the job, ranging from the easy-peasy “Exhaust Opening/Intake Closing” (“EO-IC”) method to the more time consuming OEM method.
Need to check valve lash in a fresh cam or new engine? Part 1 of Wayne Scraba’s new two part series will show you how.
With many of us starting up projects during the pandemic, much time was spent in our garages wrenching the nights away.
Part 3 of Wayne Scraba’s series on Fel-Pro gaskets focuses on the intake gasket.
In this introductory video, Matt from MBE gives us a quick tour of what’s going on in the shop this week.
In a past issue, I explained my personal plight with off-the-shelf header fitment. I’m sure some of you share or have shared in the past some of my frustrations with pipes that hit various “objects” inside the engine compartment (and maybe beyond).
In some car builds, the time comes when you realize there is no way on earth a stock, off-the-shelf header is going to fit. Sure, some can be persuaded to fit by way of modifications (hammer, bigger hammer, moving pipes, etc.), but there are many instances where that won’t even help. Or, the cost of the mods (moving pipes) is more than the cost of the headers.
The pandemic hit everybody hard but with events and car shows being canceled left and right, it allowed us to work on those garage projects. Let’s take a look back at the Top How-To Articles.
We salute all the weekend warriors that spent countless nights and busted knuckles building projects in their garage. But before we dive into the new year, let’s take a look back at RacingJunk’s Top 10 How To Articles of 2019.
The collector system found on a set of race headers might have more to offer than you’d first think.