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by Tim - Posted in Tech
2 months 17 days ago
Tim talks about the process of upgrading the factory hubs on his 1929 Roadster project with new manufacture units courtesy of Speedway Motors.
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by Zach R. - Posted in Tech
2 months 26 days ago
Speedway Tech Zach R. talks about the dropped spindles and disc brake conversion he installed on his '55 Sedan Delivery.
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by Kevin W. - Posted in Tech
3 months 23 days ago
Street Rod Tech Kevin W. talks about the first steps in his plans of a disc brake upgrade on his 1954 Chevy Bel Air, upgrading the pedal to an under-dash setup and adding a booster.
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by Kevin W. - Posted in Tech
3 months 24 days ago
Follow along as Speedway Tech Kevin W. updates the brakes on his Bel Air with a modern disc brake conversion kit.
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by Speedway Tech Team - Posted in Tech
5 months 7 days ago
The E-Stopp Electric E-Brake is an electronic push-button activated emergency brake option where the visible element is small and compact, and can replace the traditional hand or foot-operated emergency brakes.
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by Speedway Tech Team - Posted in Tech
5 months 14 days ago
Bleeding your brakes on your own with the Phoenix System can be done! That's right, no more bribing your buddies to help!
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by Speedway Tech Team - Posted in Tech
5 months 18 days ago
Building a brake system is not difficult if you understand what each component does. Click here for everything you need to know about brake hydraulic valves.
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by Tim - Posted in Tech
5 months 26 days ago
Tim M. talks about the rare and hard to find Kinmont Brakes system, and what makes them so unique.
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by Tim - Posted in Tech
6 months 1 day ago
Tim M. takes us through troubleshooting some of the common causes of leaky banjo fittings and caliper fitment issues.
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by Speedway Tech Team - Posted in Tech
6 months 10 days ago
Speedway Motors has assembled a handy guide to use Motive's Pressure Bleeder brake tool. Possibly one of the most efficient tools for bleeding your brakes, perfect for the one-man operation.
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by Tim - Posted in Video
10 months 10 days ago
We get a lot of questions about brake kits so Tim gives a brief overview of disc brake setups.
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by John - Posted in Tech Tips
2 months 17 days ago
In this Tech Tip, John confirms a customer question regarding the need for a proportioning valve on his ’55 F100 brake build.
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by John - Posted in Tech Tips
5 months 24 days ago
In this Tech Tip, John makes a few suggestions for a customer looking to update the braking system on his ’51 Deluxe.
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by Jason - Posted in Tech
8 months 12 days ago
So many brake kits. So many options. Take a breath and click here.
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by John - Posted in Tech Tips
6 months 16 days ago
In this Tech Tip, John responds to a customer request for our recommendations on brake kits for his ’56 F100.
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by Jason - Posted in Tech
8 months 15 days ago
If you're changing your brake pads before you hit your first race, it's important to burnish or bed-in your new pads. Check out our quick tech-tip on bedding brakes and how to minimize pad wear and get the best performance out of your brakes.
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by Jason - Posted in Tech
8 months 20 days ago
Anytime you purchase a new master cylinder, it's important to remove all the air before installing it. Here is a very helpful video tutorial that will show you how to bench bleed a new master cylinder.
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by Speedway Tech Team - Posted in Tech
6 months 17 days ago
Get an edge on some of the latest tools and equipment used in a street rod brake system. We'll teach you the basic principles on routing a custom brake system and how to use some of the latest double flaring tools.
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by Jason - Posted in Tech
8 months 12 days ago
How to Identify Your Rear Axle
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by Jason - Posted in Tech
8 months 12 days ago
Want some brakes for your 1949-1954 Chevy spindles? Click here!
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