Hot rod wiring jobs can range from the cringe-worthy to those done so well they should be in the Smithsonian.
If you’re upgrading a classic truck or muscle car to electronic fuel injection or just need to replace a rusty old original tank, Holley (as usual) has you covered.
This is the rest of the inside scoop on quality OEM style disc brake kits.
For this issue, we’ll start at something seemingly simple, and that’s the inner and outer wheel bearings.
In some situations, a drag-race-only front brake won’t work – for example, in a street-strip application.
When we last left our ignition project, the distributor was pretty much buttoned up and we were down to the final setup.
This time around, we’ll look at the vacuum advance system in the distributor, along with other details.
I’ve spent most of my downtime over the past few months checking out car-related channels on YouTube. Of the ones I keep going back to, three stand out.
With this segment in our series, we’ll finish stripping the distributor and then we’ll go to work on the mechanical advance system.
For greybeard hot rodders and racers, it seems it wasn’t that long ago that hopped up point trigger ignition systems were the standard for performance. And with the right mix of parts, a vintage point equipped distributor can be rebuilt and reworked to act as a trigger device for a modern high ignition system such as an MSD 7AL2.