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Monday Mailbag: Is Your Catalytic Converter Killing Engine Vacuum?
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Monday Mailbag: Is Your Catalytic Converter Killing Engine Vacuum?

Got questions? We’ve got the answers—Mondays when the Summit Racing tech department tackles your automotive-related conundrums. This week, we’re talking about catalytic converters killing engine vacuum.  L.R. Baltimore, MD Q: I have a […]

Monday Mailbag: Diagnosing Engine Flooding and Hesitation
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Monday Mailbag: Diagnosing Engine Flooding and Hesitation

Got questions? We’ve got the answers—Mondays when the Summit Racing tech department tackles your automotive-related conundrums. This week, we’re talking about engine flooding and hesitation.  T.M. Marietta, GA Q: I have a 1983 […]

Ask Away with Jeff Smith: Capacitive Discharge vs. Inductive Ignition
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Ask Away with Jeff Smith: Capacitive Discharge vs. Inductive Ignition

My buddies and I got into a discussion the other day about why all the new car companies went with individual coils for each cylinder as opposed to sticking with […]

Monday Mailbag: Unleashing a (Mostly) Stock Pontiac 400
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Monday Mailbag: Unleashing a (Mostly) Stock Pontiac 400

You’ve got questions. We’ve got the answers—Mondays when the Summit Racing tech department tackles your automotive-related conundrums.  M.J. Cadott, WI Q: I own a 1967 Pontiac Firebird coupe with a mostly stock 1971 400 […]

This is a close-up of a couple of spark plugs that indicated trouble in the cylinder. You can clearly see those black specs on the center electrodes, but perhaps what is more troubling is the fact that the ground electrodes are melted. The fix for this engine was less timing (which reduces heat in the chamber), a non-projected nose spark plug, and a higher octane fuel.
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Ask Away with Jeff Smith: What’s the Difference Between Detonation and Pre-Ignition?

Okay, I keep reading about there is a difference between detonation and pre-ignition but it seems that whenever I ask anybody about this, they agree but don’t know the difference. […]

Monday Mailbag: Solutions for Poor Brake Performance and Excessive Fade
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Monday Mailbag: Solutions for Poor Brake Performance and Excessive Fade

You’ve got questions. We’ve got the answers—Mondays when the Summit Racing tech department tackles your automotive-related conundrums.  J.B. Harrison, AR Q: My 1953 Chevy 1/2 ton truck project has hit a snag. I […]

Monday Mailbag: How to Improve Highway Mileage in a Vintage Hot Rod
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Monday Mailbag: How to Improve Highway Mileage in a Vintage Hot Rod

You’ve got questions. We’ve got the answers—Mondays when the Summit Racing tech department tackles your automotive-related conundrums.  D.L. Kansas City, KS Q: My trusty 1936 Plymouth 4-door has a .060-inch over, 350 […]

Ask Away with Jeff Smith: Inside GM’s New 90-Degree V6 Engine
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Ask Away with Jeff Smith: Inside GM’s New 90-Degree V6 Engine

In the ‘80s, GM used a 4.3L 90-degree V6 in many different cars. I know that this engine is basically a small-block Chevy with two cylinders removed. This got me […]

Ask Away with Jeff Smith: Fuel Volume vs. Fuel Pressure & How They Relate
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Ask Away with Jeff Smith: Fuel Volume vs. Fuel Pressure & How They Relate

I’m considering buying one of those self-learning TBI fuel injection systems. I’ve heard that the fuel delivery system is the most important part of the installation so I’ve been reading […]

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 […]

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