Learn how to set up one of the most vital parts of your engine.
The Project Chevelle Team now tackles brakes after spindles and control arms.
Here’s our final look “at the braking point!” This time around we’ll wrap our series up with another dozen tips and two bonus tips. They’re all important, and they’re all practical.
We’ll continue our look at brake system tech tips with this issue. Some of those tips are performance related, while others are maintenance related. In any case, all of them are important.
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.
The funny thing about brakes is that you usually don’t worry much about them until you really need them.
Are you converting an older car into a super strip burner and like the old school look of a big four barrel carb sitting under the hood, but want the performance benefits of fuel injection?
Last issue, we began our look at coil springs – both conventional jobs and coil over examples. There’s a lot more to cover and we’ll complete the series with this segment.
Aside from shock absorbers, springs are one of the most important and often most misunderstood pieces on a car (race car or otherwise).