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Classic Car Engine Comparison: V6 vs. V8

06th March 2012
What Is The Difference Between a V6 & V8 Engine? The shortest and simplest answer is: two pistons. The difference they make is debatable. A V-6 is a six-cylinder engine, and a V-8 is an eight-cylinder engine. A V-6 engine has 3 cylinders on each sid... Read >
Author: lynnjulian

Common Mechanical Problems of Used Cars

18th October 2011
Mechanical problems in used cars can be easily solved by good mechanics. You can solve them even by yourself, as long as you know how your car works. Here are the four most common mechanical problems encountered by used car owners. Engine problems like... Read >
Author: angelicaemmanuel

What is The Best Yamaha Trumpet for a Student?

06th May 2011
Over the years, Yamaha has acquired the reputation of being a trusted name in the field of trumpets. Yamaha’s wide range of trumpets includes trumpets for students, trumpets for progressing players and trumpets for professionals. Quality, reliability and ... Read >
Author: Gilbert EBaldwin

Stroker Kits - Even Today, There Still Ain't No Substitute For Cubic Inches!

21st April 2011
If you're looking for extra torque and horsepower for your engine, there are of course many options. From simply fitting a set of headers, or having your engine management system chipped, right through to the more complex business of turbo charging and su... Read >
Author: Kimyia Varzi

How to Select the Best Forklift

11th April 2011
A forklift is not only a vehicle, it is a tool. A tool capable of lifting objects weighing thousands of pounds. It is very similar to a small truck, but has a hydraulic system that supports a fork in the front. That fork is adjusted by the hydraulic syste... Read >
Author: kwsadsensekqixe

How to Care for Your Honda or Kia Engine: Interference Engines Matter

25th October 2010
Your Honda Civic engine, Honda Accord engine, and Kia Rio engine have something in common. While made by two different manufacturers based in different countries, all three of these motors use interference timing. Simply put, this means that as the piston... Read >
Author: lowmileageengines.op@gmail.com

Let's Know How to Repair an Engine Block

24th June 2010
There are several things that can go wrong with your engine block while it gets older. Overall engine block repair ought to be left to the professionals as you may not have all the tools needed to carry out repairs at home. However, if you wish to tackle ... Read >
Author: benjamein.moore

Inside Facts About Good Air Compressor Pump

22nd June 2010
There are different types of air compressor pumps. In this article, learn more about air compressor pumps. Different industries use different air compressors. If is for your hobby or business, get the right one. With a business, a compressor must always w... Read >
Author: Rudy Silva

Discover What Makes A Good Air Compressor Pump

08th June 2010
An Air compressor pump is indeed indispensable in the highly industrial world where many machines come and change the way production and work is done. Almost all of these machines go through a series of evolution to attend to the changing needs of many in... Read >
Author: Rudy Silva

Are hybrid gas rc motors possible?

17th September 2009
Getting ideas from Real vehicles Attempts to combine the two concepts have been successful in real cars. They have come up with a hybrid structure where the automobiles have a small internal combustion engine along with an electric motor. The two syste... Read >
Author: mark

Taking a rb25 to the limits of the stock engine

15th September 2009
Going fast for cheap RB25det How to make Japanese small displacement engines powerful cheaply. This article will be about the rb25. There is many ways to make this engine fast. It is strong and reliable. We abuse ours daily with no problems. By abuse I m... Read >
Author: S-tec Motorsports

10 Top Superchargers Questions Answered By The Supercharger Expert Don Hampton

26th November 2008
When it comes to information about Superchargers, Don Hampton owns the topic. As owner/operator of Hampton Blowers since 1957, Don's business has continued to grow. Always an innovator, Don's skills as a former Drag Racer, allowed him to add practical app... Read >
Author: kathybee13

Which way does the piston fit? Malossi cylinder kits

12th August 2008
A question that's been asked and searched for a fair bit recently, so I thought I'd post the answer The pistons in all cylinder kits, not just Malossi 70cc big bore kits, have a little arrow on the top of the piston. This arrow faces the exhaust por... Read >
Author: Kye
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