Category Archive: Parts Counter

Apr 12 2014

Buyer’s Guide: 7 Great UTV Accessories Just In Time for Riding Season

The calendar says it’s riding season, making now the optimum time to accessorize your side by side for your upcoming off-road adventures. We explored the offerings of our friends at PowerSports Place, and came up with seven accessories that you should consider adding to your UTV to make the most of your riding experience. Spring …

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Apr 12 2014

MSD Atomic EFI Fuel Injection Systems Now California Emissions-Legal

Rejoice, California hot rodders—MSD was recently granted Executive Order Number D-722 from the California Air Resources Board (CARB) making the Atomic Fuel Injection System (part numbers MSD-2900 and MSD-2910) legal for use on 1987 and older GM passenger cars and trucks that came from the factory with a carbureted V8 engine. According to MSD, the …

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Apr 11 2014

How it Works: Better Performance with Moroso’s Air/Oil Separator

Positive crankcase ventilation (PCV) systems were created for a reason. These systems alleviate combustion pressure from an engine’s crankcase by using engine vacuum to suck the pressure out of the crankcase. Once the air pressure is drawn out of the crankcase, it is reintroduced into the intake charge as it enters the engine. While PCV systems play …

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Mar 13 2014

EFI Tech: Fuel Injection Made Easier with Edelbrock’s Universal Sump Fuel Kit

As much as we hate to admit it, there’s still an intimidation factor that comes with electronic fuel injection systems. It’s not that we’re afraid of enhanced throttle response, improved fuel efficiency, and better overall performance–all things associated with electronic fuel injection. We love that stuff. It’s all the extra wires and fuel system modifications associated …

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Mar 12 2014

Product Profile: Cardo Systems Scala Rider Q1 Headsets

Like hitting the open road by yourself—alone with just your bike and your thoughts? Then Cardo Systems’ Scala Rider Q1 Headsets aren’t for you, Lone Wolf. But for those of us that like to ride in pairs, or even in packs, these headsets are a bit of a game-changer. The headsets allow a rider to …

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Mar 11 2014

Video: Sound Testing Flowmaster’s 8 Hottest Mufflers

Hear that? That’s the sound of spring heading our way. In Ohio, where OnAllCylinders is based, that means more sun, more fun, and more cars. There are dozens of great ways to upgrade your ride, but one of the simplest and least expensive, is to install a new high performance muffler to give your vehicle …

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Feb 28 2014

Hydro Dipping 101: The Process Behind T-Rex’s New Hydro Dipped Graphic Series Grilles

Hydro dipping (n.): a method for transferring printed graphics to three-dimensional surfaces by suspending chemically-activated film in a vat of water and then dipping the substrate material into the water. Make sense? Of course it doesn’t. Hydro dipping is a fairly complicated, multi-step process that requires visual aid to understand. Luckily, the good folks at …

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Feb 13 2014

Tool Guide: The 12 Tools Every Engine Builder Should Own

To build engines, you have to have tools. To build an engine properly, you need the proper tools. If you’re new to the high performance game and are building your first engine, we’ve compiled a list of twelve tools from our personal toolbox that ought to be in yours. None of these pieces are earth-shattering …

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Feb 06 2014

Muffler Tech: Corsa’s Reflective Sound Cancellation vs. Flowmaster’s Delta Flow Technology

Mufflers are tasked with reducing exhaust sound levels. Ironically, muffler manufacturers have created a lot of noise and confusion when it comes to exhaust technology. Although muffler designs can be broken down into distinctive categories—chambered, turbo, glasspacks, etc.—muffler makers are quick to tout the benefits of their own, unique innovations that make these designs better. …

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Jan 30 2014

Product Profile: Collector Tethers Will Help You Pass Tech Inspection at Racetrack

NHRA has instituted a rule for 2014 requiring that all racecars be equipped with an NHRA-approved tethering system for header collectors, or a minimum half-inch stitch weld located on each primary tube. Enter Collector Tethers—designed by longtime NHRA sportsman racers Scott Lemen and Lynn Ellison. Their new product has also been approved for NMRA, NMCA …

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