The weak spot in the driveline of the older Mopar is the axles. They can handle a slightly built up engine, but if you’re really building massive power, you need to install new axles.
DIY tech tips for wrenching, plus engine and tuning modifications for muscle cars, drag cars, and performance enhancement.
Although dirt tracks are extremely fun and different, they require certain modifications that would help you successfully complete it, and possibly even win the race.
The shock absorbers play a huge role in both the comfort of your ride and its handling.
When transmission fluid starts getting old, it can lose some of its lubricating ability.
If you’ve never driven without power steering, you won’t know how valuable it is.
You might need or choose to replace the exhaust on your car for a variety of reasons.
Whether you use your car as a daily driver or on the track, a good, working brake system is extremely important.
This time around, we’ll look at the differential. And the truth is, a 35-spline streetable 12 bolt isn’t possible without this piece from the folks at Detroit Locker.
The fuel filter keeps your engine running properly. While replacing it requires a special tool, it’s worth the effort to ensure the health of your vehicle.
Small but critical, the thermostat should be kept in working order to preserve the health of your engine.