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Video: Exhaust X-Pipes vs. H-Pipes, Part 2
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Video: Exhaust X-Pipes vs. H-Pipes, Part 2

If you missed it, Part 1 of the X-pipes vs. H-pipes Summit Racing Quick Flicks video series focused on the basic differences between the two designs and how to choose […]

Monday Mailbag: Diagnosing Mopar Ignition Problems
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Monday Mailbag: Diagnosing Mopar Ignition Problems

You’ve got questions. We’ve got the answers—Mondays when the Summit Racing tech department tackles your automotive-related conundrums. This week, we’re tracking down some ignition box issues in a 1974 Plymouth Duster. […]

The perforated holes inside the FR500’s exhaust tips are part of the key to its droneless demeanor since they work to change the frequency content of what comes out the tip.
Product Installs / Tech

Powerful Sound with No Drone! Bolting On Ford Racing’s FR500 Mufflers For ’05-’09 Mustang GT and GT500

There’s a common checklist of parts and upgrades that every late model Mustang enthusiast wants to get for their car, and right at the top is almost always a good […]

Spring Fling: Improving Articulation and Ride Comfort with Higher Quality Leaf Springs
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Spring Fling: Improving Articulation and Ride Comfort with Higher Quality Leaf Springs

Leaf springs have been used since the days of horse drawn carriages, and are still found on the back of new pickup trucks today for one simple reason: they work! […]

Monday Mailbag: How to Read Your Vehicle’s Smoke Signals
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Monday Mailbag: How to Read Your Vehicle’s Smoke Signals

You’ve got questions. We’ve got the answers—Mondays when the Summit Racing tech department tackles your automotive-related conundrums. This week, we’re looking at what the smoke color coming from your vehicle might […]

Ask Away with Jeff Smith: A Basic Guide to Ignition Advance
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Ask Away with Jeff Smith: A Basic Guide to Ignition Advance

I hate to admit that I’ve been working on cars for more years that I care to admit and yet I still don’t understand all the different things about ignition […]

Shot Peening, Magnafluxing, and More: 7 Automotive Aftermarket Mysteries Explained!
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Shot Peening, Magnafluxing, and More: 7 Automotive Aftermarket Mysteries Explained!

Furnace brazed. Induction hardened. Shot peened. These are phrases you’ll find throughout your Summit Racing catalog. They are often included as beneficial selling points on parts—in most cases, critical engine […]

The gauge on the left reads the pressure of the constant air supply. The gauge on the right reads the leakdown of pressure in the cylinder. Before hooking up the air supply, both gauges should read zero. If they don’t, you won’t get an accurate reading.
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Quick Tech: How to Use a Leakdown Tester

Using a leakdown tester is one of the best ways to assess the health of your engine. Easy to use, a leakdown tester measures how much cylinder pressure is escaping […]

Monday Mailbag: Engine Prep Tips for Nitrous
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Monday Mailbag: Engine Prep Tips for Nitrous

You’ve got questions. We’ve got the answers—Mondays when the Summit Racing tech department tackles your automotive-related conundrums. This week, we’re providing some basic nitrous system guidelines. J.H. Huntsville, TX Q: My 1998 3.8L […]

The budget camping trailer’s first phase was completed several years ago and was finally ready for the trail.
Product Installs / Tech

Trailer Upgrades: Raising Bumpers, Installing New Shocks and Electrical Components

An off-road New Mexico vacation in a camping trailer designed for Jeep and Chevrolet S10 pickups provided the evidence: the trailer desperately needed more stability on the rough terrain and […]

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