Monthly Archive: December 2012

Dec 31 2012

OnAllCylinders Year in Review: Top Rods, Rides & Rigs of 2012

Editor’s Note: 2012 was quite a year. Actually, for OnAllCylinders, it was our only year. We’re putting the finishing touches on our first 12 months of delivering a unique combination of tech articles, tech projects, automotive features, photo galleries, event coverage, news, and lifestyle posts. We’re looking forward to bringing you that same mix of all things …

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Dec 29 2012

OnAllCylinders Year in Review: Our Top News Posts of 2012

Editor’s Note: 2012 was quite a year. Actually, for OnAllCylinders, it was our only year. We’re putting the finishing touches on our first 12 months of delivering a unique combination of tech articles, tech projects, automotive features, photo galleries, event coverage, news, and lifestyle posts. We’re looking forward to bringing you that same mix of all- hings …

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Dec 28 2012

OnAllCylinders Year in Review: Top Tech Projects of 2012

Editor’s Note: 2012 was quite a year. Actually, for OnAllCylinders, it was our only year. We’re putting the finishing touches on our first 12 months of delivering a unique combination of tech articles, tech projects, automotive features, photo galleries, event coverage, news, and lifestyle posts. We’re looking forward to bringing you that same mix of all things …

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Dec 27 2012

What’s the Best Vehicle Color? The World Says White

For the 60th consecutive year, DuPont has released its Automotive Color Popularity Report, and for the second year in a row, white is the color most preferred by vehicle buyers worldwide. White is also the most popular here in the United States. White makes up nearly a quarter of the global vehicle market—about 23 percent, …

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Dec 27 2012

OnAllCylinders Year in Review: Top Car Culture & Lifestyle Posts of 2012

Editor’s Note: 2012 was quite a year. Actually, for OnAllCylinders, it was our only year. We’re putting the finishing touches on our first 12 months of delivering a unique combination of tech articles, tech projects, automotive features, photo galleries, event coverage, news, and lifestyle posts. We’re looking forward to bringing you that same mix of all things high …

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Dec 27 2012

Drop That Chevy: McGaughy’s Suspension Drop Parts for 1960-72 GM Pickups

    There is not a truck guy out there who doesn’t love (or at least really like) the classic 1960-72 Chevy and GMC pickups. It’s a no-brainer, really. The trucks are good looking, easy to work on, and were offered with goodies like small and big block V8s, front disc brakes, and even air …

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Dec 26 2012

OnAllCylinders Year in Review: Top Tech & How-To Posts of 2012

Editor’s Note: 2012 was quite a year. Actually, for OnAllCylinders, it was our only year. We’re putting the finishing touches on our first 12 months of delivering a unique combination of tech articles, tech projects, automotive features, photo galleries, event coverage, news, and lifestyle posts. We’re looking forward to bringing you that same mix of all things …

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Dec 25 2012

Christmas Past: Revisiting Some of Our Favorite Car Gifts—and Commercials

There’s something about Christmas that makes us kinda nostalgic. We’d be hard pressed to think of better childhood memories than Christmas Days spent playing with our favorite new toys. It’d be even harder to think of a more exciting time than the days leading up to Christmas morning. As pseudo-adults (on most days), we’re still …

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Dec 25 2012

Photo Gallery: The Christmas 2012 Edition

We don’t always take things seriously around here, but today we hope you realize how much the OnAllCylinders’ staff appreciates you. We extend our sincerest heartfelt wishes for you, your family, and your friends. We wish you a joyful and blessed holiday wherever you are. Merry Christmas, everybody. Check out some red and green cars. …

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Dec 24 2012

Monday Mailbag: Exploring Possible Cures for Pre-Ignition

Got questions?  We’ve got the answers—Mondays when the Summit Racing tech department tackles your automotive-related conundrums. This week, we’re dialing in timing and straightening out a few cam/valvetrain issues.. D.B. • Basom, NY Q:  I own a 1977 Chevy 1/2 ton 4×4 with a 350 engine. I’ve had the engine bored .030 inches over, installed …

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