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.
You can’t bring all your tools, but what should you bring on a summer road trip? RacingJunk has got your back. Here’s what you should include in your Summer Road Trip toolkit.
“This isn’t the average engine that’s built in somebody’s garage, it goes through a gamut of inspection and assembly quality steps,”
For several years, there have been two options to adjust the ride height of your vehicle on the fly – hydraulics and airbags. Both have their strong and weak points – but the geniuses at Mittler Bros Machine and Tool have combined the best of hydraulic ride height control with the ride comfort and feel of coilovers.
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.
This all original, one owner Chevelle will undergo a complete overhaul for the next year. Now meet the team that’s gonna do it!
MAHLE Motorsports performance cast pistons offer some advantages over the OE piston.