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Jason
Jason
Member since Jul 1 2016
Jason has been hands-on in the auto industry for over a decade now and a part of Speedways' team for nearly 6 years - lending his expertise in customer service, creating tech articles and now running our photography division. Jason has an eye for 'the beautiful' and isn't afraid to snap a pic. You've got him to thank for the catalog covers you've seen and the imagery across the website.

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by Jason - Posted in Tech
3 months 4 days ago
Looking to switch out your old ammeter to a voltmeter? We will show you the difference between both and the replacement procedure to ensure you get the correct gauge for your street rod.
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by Jason - Posted in Tech
3 months 5 days ago
There's a right and wrong way to run a two-barrel carburetor on your vintage engine. Check out this guide about how to select the correct carburetor for your Flathead or vintage engine.
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by Jason - Posted in Tech
3 months 12 days ago
Speedway Motors employee Jason L. talks about the many uses of the Model A Taillight we offer. They aren't just for Models A's anymore!
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by Jason - Posted in Tech
3 months 27 days ago
Learn the basics to engine performance like; how does a cam work? What is Valve lift, duration, lobe separation angle, and cam profiles? Afterwords selecting the right camshaft will be less of a guessing game!
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by Jason - Posted in Tech
3 months 29 days ago
Ever wonder what the difference is between single, double, and triple pass radiators was? Click here to find out!
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by Jason - Posted in Tech
3 months 29 days ago
Tired of straightening damaged fins or replacing your new race radiator? Try protecting it with a sheet of Nomex honeycomb and let it take the beating instead of your expensive radiator.
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by Jason - Posted in Tech
3 months 29 days ago
Common small block Chevy engines were designed with two styles of water pumps. Before you purchase a new pump, it's important to determine whether you have a short or long style pump.
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by Jason - Posted in Tech
3 months 29 days ago
Is your engine overheating? You've invested all that time and effort, but your gauge is still reading in the red. Let's take another look at the basics and make sure you're getting the best performance possible out of your cooling system.
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by Jason - Posted in Tech
3 months 29 days ago
Races can be won or lost at the starting line. Choosing the right torque converter can put you ahead of the competition. Speedway has all the basics to show you how to choose the right stall for your application.
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by Jason - Posted in Tech
4 months 2 days ago
We can teach you some of the major differences between the Ford and GM-style T5 Flathead transmission adapter kits. We'll also walk you through choosing the correct parts in order to make this installation a breeze!
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by Jason - Posted in Tech
4 months 4 days ago
Cooling fan shrouds are a critical component of an effective cooling system. Want to know why you should shroud your fan? Click here to find out why it matters!
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by Jason - Posted in Tech
4 months 4 days ago
Learn the difference between a down-flow and cross-flow radiators, and whether a single pass or double pass radiator will be the best suitable radiator for your application.
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by Jason - Posted in Tech
4 months 4 days ago
Are you ready to replace that old radiator? Whether it's a factory or high performance application, we can help you choose the correct radiator with a matching fan shroud for your street rod.
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by Jason - Posted in Tech
4 months 4 days ago
Have a monster radiator but your engine still overheats? We'll show you what to look for beyond the cooling system for common overheating issues.
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by Jason - Posted in Tech
4 months 4 days ago
No one likes riding in a hot tin can. Click here for some products to both quiet, and cool, your ride.
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