Finding Brake Parts For Classic Cars

Posted on: 26 March 2018

No matter how much you love classic cars, it's not enough to purchase the shell of a classic car and plan to restore it. It will take a lot of work; moreover, it will require knowledge that you may not have yet. If you're used to tinkering with your own vehicles, you may be ready to get started, but you will first need to be able to get parts. In particular, brake parts are important for many older cars. [Read More]

New To The Amateur Racing World? What Fuel Can Give Your Car The Biggest Boost?

Posted on: 5 September 2017

If you've recently taken your love of auto racing to the front lines, racing your own project vehicle against other locals for money or bragging rights, you're probably spending much of your spare time researching some of the factors that can decrease your racing time while improving handling and control. In many cases, your fuel mixture may be able to shave precious milliseconds off your time while providing you with a more controlled speed. [Read More]

3 Of The Best Auto Body Improvements For Custom High-Performance Car Projects

Posted on: 17 June 2017

If you are building a custom car, there are many different features to consider. Installing high performance parts also includes the body work on your car. While many auto body parts are for sheer appearance, there are some parts that also help improve your cars performance. Here are the best auto body improvements to consider for a high performance custom car project: 1. Better Cooling with Hood Scoops and Brake Vents [Read More]

Why Your 4WD SUV Clunks When Moving After Breaking and How to Fix the Underlying Problems

Posted on: 9 May 2017

If you recently purchased a new 4WD SUV and have noticed a loud clunking sound when you start moving again after you apply the brakes, then your vehicle has a mechanical problem that needs immediate attention. The underlying cause of this type of problem is a malfunction somewhere along the drive shaft. Once you have determined what part along the driveshaft is causing the clunking issue, then you can easily fix it yourself or have it repaired at your local auto mechanic shop. [Read More]