Tips For Improving The Brakes On Your Truck

Posted on: 24 April 2017

If you are the owner of a truck, there is a good chance that you want to keep it in as good working condition as possible. You probably want to spend more time using the truck than the truck is in the shop. One part of the truck to keep in especially good working condition is the brakes. Here are some tips for improving the brakes of your truck so that this works as well as possible. [Read More]

A Guide To Custom Valves

Posted on: 13 May 2016

When you need to provide your car engine with some longevity and high-powered performance, you should look into getting custom valves installed. These valves come in many different types and materials, so you will need to touch base with an auto parts provider that will set you up with any sort of custom valves that you need for your vehicle. Take this information into account and consider some points below so that you are able to find the best parts for your engine. [Read More]

3 Situations Where It Might Be Time To Recycle Your Car

Posted on: 9 May 2016

Normally when it's time to get a new car, you take your current vehicle with you to the dealer and receive an offer that can be put towards the new vehicle. There are some cases, however, where this might not be possible or just not a good idea. If you have a vehicle that for whatever reason can't be sold to a dealer, you could consider scrapping the vehicle at an auto recyclers shop. [Read More]

Differences Between A Turbo Engine And A Supercharged Engine

Posted on: 14 December 2015

When it comes to your engine, what makes a smart choice when it comes to supercharged or turbo engines? Do you know the difference between the two? The terminology is easily confused between turbochargers and superchargers, which doesn't help your decision any. Both deal with power and forced induction systems by compressing air into the engine producing more power to the vehicle. The power supply is the main difference between the two phrases. [Read More]