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Last issue, we took a detailed look at the different ways to actually build an aluminum radiator. Something else you should ponder is if a rad company is actually a manufacturer or just an assembler.
We’re not quite done with false impressions when it comes to radiators: Some companies offer radiators configured as a double-pass or triple-pass design, and while that sounds impressive, the name can be a little misleading.
In the big picture, it’s pretty clear that aluminum makes for a better radiator, but there’s even more to the technology.
When the dog days of summer roll around, you’ll be quick to think of the radiator in the nose of your car.
Recall we mentioned that brakes are one of those things that are out of sight and out of mind? Honestly, that can turn into a worst-case scenario. Brakes are important.
In our last issue, we began our look at mounting tires and balancing the wheel and tire combination. Now we’ll dig deeper into the balancing part of the equation with this segment.
Have you ever really considered what it takes to mount and balance wheels?
MAHLE Motorsports performance cast pistons offer some advantages over the OE piston.
Scott Garven and his dad are rebuilding a ’67 Chevy Camaro, and outlining the steps for the rebuild. Part 4 looks at the installation of the clutch and pressure plate.