Articles written by: David Fuller

David Fuller is OnAllCylinders' managing editor. During his 20-year career in the auto industry, he has covered a variety of races, shows, and industry events and has authored articles for multiple magazines. He has also partnered with mainstream and trade publications on a wide range of editorial projects. In 2012, he helped establish OnAllCylinders, where he enjoys covering all facets of hot rodding and racing.

Videos & Galleries

Hot Rod Home School (Lesson #3): How to Replace Brake Rotors and Pads

Hot Rod Home School continues with your another job that aspiring home mechanics can perform to get their feet wet: brake replacement. Particularly, we’re talking about brake pads and brake […]

How Tos

Idle Vehicles Can Spell Trouble for Some Hybrid Owners…Here’s How to Avoid Problems

Social distancing might be a good thing for mankind right now, but it’s proven to be troublesome for some hybrid vehicle owners. More specifically, it’s led to issues for hybrid […]

How Tos

Hot Rod Home School (Lesson #2): How to Perform a Basic Tuneup

Lesson #2 in our Hot Rod Home School 101 course for beginning DIY mechanics: a basic tuneup. Again, these are the jobs fans on Summit Racing’s Facebook page helped identify […]

How Tos / Tech

Hot Rod Home School (Lesson #1): How to Check Fluids and Change Oil

For Hot Rod Home School, we enlisted fans of the Summit Racing Facebook page to create a home school curriculum for the next generation of gearheads. This would consist of […]

Car Culture & Entertainment

Are You Ready for Some Hot Rod Home Schooling? Class is in Session!

For many of us, our hobby has helped us get through all this crazy “social distancing” stuff. Our garage has become an even more important oasis of happiness than before. […]

How Tos

Video: How to Check Piston Ring Gap

Proper piston ring gap is a delicate balance. Too much gap and compression gases and heat will blow by, causing loss of power and torque. Too little gap and the […]

Car Culture & Entertainment

Spare Part Art: 25 Ways to Put Your Spare Parts to Use

Got spare parts laying around? What about extra “social distancing” time on your hands? Summit Racing’s Facebook fans have shared a few ways to get creative with spare parts and […]

Featured Vehicles

Tribute Cars: Showcasing Vehicles from Medical Staff, First Responders and Frontline Workers

Being a hot rodder, car enthusiast, or truck fanatic makes you cool. Being a hot rodder, car enthusiast or truck fanatic on the front lines against COVID-19 makes you — […]

Buyer's Guides

Garage Goal #10: Get Your Engine Looking Its Best

We’ve reached the last of our Garage Goals — “quarantine projects” if you will. Our Garage Goals projects are bite-sized tasks that anyone can do as budget and time allows […]

Tech Articles

3 Automotive Myths That May Be Costing Your Vehicle Performance

Some are common misconceptions we hear from customers. Others are outright falsehoods we see propagated on forums, videos, and Facebook groups. They’re performance myths—and they could be keeping your vehicle […]