Category Archive: Product Installs

Apr 22 2014

Video 101: How to Install a Timing Chain

They say timing is everything. But it’s particularly important when building your engine. Watch this Summit Racing Quick Flicks video and learn how to install a timing chain and gear set. In this video, the crew at Summit Racing is using a small-block Chevy, but know that a timing set installation in a small-block Ford …

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Jan 30 2014

Easy Lift: Installing a Daystar Lift Kit on a Jeep JK

In our opinion, Jeep should include a three-inch lift and 33-inch tires in the JK Wrangler Rubicon option package. After all, this package already includes a heavier-duty transfer case with 4:1 low range, heavier-duty Dana 44 differentials with 4.11:1 gears, selectable lockers, and a front sway bar that can be disconnected from inside the cab. So why …

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Jan 28 2014

Video: How to Install Piston Rings

Learn how to properly install piston rings by watching this six-minute Summit Racing Quick Flicks video. You’ll learn how to avoid causing damage during installation, how to identify the top of the rings, and how to clock the piston rings in the correct orientation–all of which will help you get the job done efficiently and …

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Dec 03 2013

Video: How to Install a Mishimoto Radiator on a 1994-96 Ford Mustang

Watch this video to learn how to install Mishimoto’s specially designed Performance Aluminum Radiator on the 1994-96 Ford Mustang. Mishimoto designed a floating bracket system which eliminated a problem with OEM radiators separating end tanks from cores when the chassis got torqued. In addition to being more efficient and offering increased cooling capacity, these Mishimoto …

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Nov 07 2013

How to Swap a Carburetor for a Holley Avenger EFI in 5 Simple Steps

Upgrading your early muscle car’s carburetor for a modern electronic fuel injection system has never been easier and less expensive. In the past, most EFI systems required some knowledge of how to set and adjust fuel and ignition tables from a laptop computer. But new EFI systems like Holley’s Avenger kit, makes it much simpler. …

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Sep 10 2013

Video: How to Replace an In-Tank Fuel Pump on a ’86-’98 Ford Mustang

Is your 1986-98 Ford Mustang’s fuel pump worn out? Are a supercharger or turbo in the plans? In this four-minute video, the experts at BBK Performance will show you how to replace or upgrade your 1986-1998 Ford Mustang’s in-tank fuel pump. Check it out!    

Apr 11 2013

Big Lift for Tight Budgets: How to Install Performance Accessories’ Premium Lift System

  Adding a set of 33-inch tall (or taller) tires to your pickup is almost essential for any off-road enthusiast. But the fact is not everyone can afford the cost of a full suspension system. So for those who want to raise their trucks to run a set of cool 20-inch wheels mounted on mud-terrain …

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Feb 26 2013

Video: Installing a Banks Power Big Hoss Bundle on a Diesel Truck

Banks Power is synonymous with diesel performance. As further proof, Sam and Dave from Two Guys Garage walk you through the installation of a Banks Power Big Hoss bundle. This Banks technology will help you get more power, more efficiently out of your diesel rig, and we want you to enjoy the benefits. Find out how:   …

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Feb 12 2013

Video: Installing a Banks EconoMind Diesel Tuner for Maximum Fuel Economy

In this clip, courtesy of SPEED’s Truck U, the boys are helping you maximize fuel economy in your diesel-powered rig by showing you some tips for installing a Banks EconoMind Diesel Tuner into a pickup truck. Check it out. A new tuner may be just the diesel modification you need to economize your long hauls.

Feb 05 2013

Video: Installing a K&N Cold Air Intake System

In this short video, our friends at K&N show you how easy it can be to install one of their cold intakes. The installation team uses a 2011 Dodge Challenger in this video, but these K&N intake kits are available for a wide variety of makes and models. Check it out.

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