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by Jeff K. - Posted in Tech
20 days ago
Speedway Product Guru Jeff K. talks about installing a set of Spectre High Beam Air Ducts in the latest project to grace his garage, a 1967 Malibu.
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by Tim - Posted in Tech
2 months 17 days ago
Tim talks about the process of adapting a full size 1932 Ford Radiator to fit in his 1929 Ford Roadster project.
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by Kevin W. - Posted in Tech
3 months 2 days ago
Follow along as Speedway Tech Kevin talks about the intake that he decided on for the 454ci in his '54 Chevy, and some of the reasoning behind his choice.
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by Dave - Posted in Tech
3 months 22 days ago
Speedway employee Dave T. talks about using Speedway parts to build a custom linkage for his 1967 Buick Riviera project.
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by Steve - Posted in Tech
4 months 20 days ago
A quick review of the Performance Tool W41036 Deluxe Engine Leveler available at Speedway Motors.
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by Jeff K. - Posted in Tech
4 months 21 days ago
Follow along as Product Guru Jeff K. works his magic on a rather depsondent looking Chevy engine, bringing it back to its former glory.
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by Tim - Posted in Tech
5 months 6 days ago
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 Speedway Tech Team - Posted in Tech
5 months 11 days ago
Why buy a cold air intake like everyone else when you can build your own?
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by Speedway Tech Team - Posted in Tech
5 months 11 days ago
How to clean and seal your old tank
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by Jason - Posted in Tech
5 months 18 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 Dave - Posted in Tech
8 months 22 days ago
We all want the most bang for our buck. Here are some upgrade options to help you safely pull the most power out of your new crate motor.
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by John - Posted in Tech Tips
5 months 24 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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by John - Posted in Tech Tips
6 months 4 days ago
In this Tech Tip, John makes a few suggestions on how to deal with the classic problem of a Flathead Ford, vapor-lock.
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by Tim - Posted in Video
6 months 11 days ago
Tim talks about the Offenhauser 4 x 2 Pacesetter intake.
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by Tim - Posted in Video
6 months 18 days ago
Tim talks about his favorite intake manifold, the Might Edelbrock X1.
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by Tim - Posted in Video
3 months 24 days ago
Tim shows off the two Cadillac style air cleaners we have to offer.
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by Tim - Posted in Video
4 months 1 day ago
Tim talks about the new Edelbrock powder coated cylinder heads and provides a little history on Federal Mogul heads.
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by Jason - Posted in Tech
6 months 17 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 Dave - Posted in Video
8 months 12 days ago
Dave gives a few tips on how to select the appropriate intake manifold for your project.
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by Jason - Posted in Tech
8 months 22 days ago
Picking a proper camshaft for your project can rapidly deteriorate into chaos. So many possibilities. Want a little advice? Click here!
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