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Motor Oils: What If You Use The Wrong One?

03rd January 2012
Oil's just oil, right? Well no, it isn't, and putting the wrong motor oils in vehicles can contribute to all sorts of costly consequences. Whether you drive a 15-year-old Vauxhall, a Pagani Zonda or a 1960s MGB, the right lubricant choice helps optimise t... Read >
Author: Graham Baylis

How to Find Wind Direction

05th October 2011
Wind Direction Student pilots can sometimes become bewildered and confused about how to work out where the wind is coming from when approaching to land at an uncontrolled area. Quite often they can feel the helicopter drifting and buffeting due to the wi... Read >
Author: John Toal

The Merits of Replacing a Toyota Tacoma Engine

12th August 2010
Severe engine problems or total engine failure is a disaster for most vehicle owners. No one wants these types of problems, but they do occur at some point for many engines. Instead of repairing the engine part by part, another option is to replace the en... Read >
Author: lowmileageengines.op@gmail.com

Marshall Engines shares with us indispensable buying tips and tricks for remanufactured engines

26th March 2010
We have to admit the fact that having a car doesn't always mean fun and happiness. While most of us continuously enjoy endless road trips on the highway, one must bear in mind that proper car care and maintenance should always be practiced most to prevent... Read >
Author: Marshall Engines Inc.

Celica GT Engine Replacement Options

23rd September 2009
Toyota Celica GT’s using the 1.8L 1ZZ-FE engine (from 2000-2005) often need engine replacement at or around 120,000 miles. This is not set in stone, and not to say that the engines used in these vehicles are bad, because they’re not. Rather, i... Read >
Author: lowmileageengines.op@gmail.com

Have The Right Emergency Plan For Helicopter Safety

13th March 2009
Flying a helicopter is a challenge for most pilots simply because helicopters struggle with opposing forces in order to keep itself airborne. As such, there is a need to ensure the safety of helicopter flights using proper energy management. Energy manage... Read >
Author: Jack Stanley

Snowmobile Maintenance: Preparing Your Machine For Winter

19th December 2008
Before you take your snowmobile out for a spin this winter season, it is important to make sure it is ready for what you have in store. Some snowmobile owners recommend taking your machine in for service at the end of the season, rather when the season be... Read >
Author: Ben Anton
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