Judging by your comments, you already know about the potential negative effects of ethanol—especially when storing your vehicle. We talked to industry experts about what you can do to protect your vehicle during use and when storing it away. In addition, this article gives you a good idea of why ethanol is particularly bad for classic cars and clears up some misconceptions you may have heard.
What is backpressure? Why is some backpressure necessary for optimum engine performance? This post with video has those answers plus tips for choosing the right exhaust tubing diameter for your application. Essentially, you get answers to two of the most-asked exhaust questions in one post.
In this article, Wayne Scraba tells you the “big deal” about pinion angle. From there, he covers the basics of how to achieve proper pinion angle and then answers reader questions in the comments section.
In three years of producing OnAllCylinders tech pieces, no other topic has generated so much interest and debate. That’s why we worked with the Summit Racing technical department to create a follow-up video to our original 2012 post. In the latest post from September, you’ll get the answers to your most commonly asked questions on the subject.
Veteran automotive writer Jeff Smith joined our lineup of contributors in 2014. In October, he dove into GM’s new LS-based 90-Degree V6 and provided a good overview of the direct-injection engine. How much power does it make? What about fuel mileage? You’ll have read the post to find out.