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Engine & Exhaust Tech Tips

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by John - Posted in Tech Tips
5 months 5 days ago
In this Tech Tip, a customer asked for some recommendations on water pumps for his 1934 Chevy Coupe build.
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by John - Posted in Tech Tips
5 months 5 days ago
In this Tech Tip, a customer asked about using a set of Small Block Chevy Sprint Roadster headers for his trike, powered by a stock 305.
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5 months 25 days ago
Dick from Koul Tools shares a tip on how to properly seat the AN fittings using the Koul Tools device.
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by John - Posted in Tech Tips
6 months 3 days ago
In this Tech Tip, John offers some guidance to a customer looking to cool his 1946 Ford Sedan.
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by John - Posted in Tech Tips
6 months 4 days ago
In this Tech Tip, one of our customers asks for a suggestion on exhaust headers for his 1933 pickup.
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by John - Posted in Tech Tips
8 months 20 days ago
In this Tech Tip, John offers up a couple solutions to a customer wanting the best electric option to fuel his project.
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9 months 12 days ago
Check here for a few simple images to help identify your Chevy water pump.
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9 months 13 days ago
Illustration showing the various styles of engine heads you may encounter on the Small Block Chevy engine.
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by John - Posted in Tech Tips
9 months 19 days ago
In this Tech Tip, John explains the design behind a set of headers destined for a Tri-5 using a traditional rack and pinion style steering system.
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by John - Posted in Tech Tips
10 months 15 days ago
In this Tech Tip, John offers up a couple solutions to a somewhat common problem of fuel expansion on the older vehicles.
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Whether you’re looking for performance improvements or heat reduction, if you decide to wrap your headers, we'll show you the benefits and possible precautions to take before you wrap your exhaust.
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by Tim - Posted in Tech
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Speedway Motors employee Tim M. keeps his cool with a custom install of a 1932 radiator in his 29 roadster project. Follow along as he walks step by step through the process.
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by Jason - Posted in Tech
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by Jason - Posted in Tech
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by Jeff K. - Posted in Tech
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by Jeff K. - Posted in Tech
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