How Big of Tires Can I Fit - Plus Sizing Guide
Changing your tire’s profile, be it width, height, or both, can provide increased traction, braking, and handling. Learn more in our guide.
Cover Car Contest Winner: Roger's 1930 Model A
by Eric English
Roger Riffle had this 1930 Model A project on his mind for three decades.
2023 Grand National Roadster Show: AMBR and Slonaker Winners
Here are the 2023 America's Most Beautiful Roadster and Slonaker award winners, as well as coverage from the Suede Palace and elsewhere around the '23 Grand National Roadster Show!
Mopar Flexplate Identification Guide
Determining the correct flexplate for your V8 Mopar-powered project takes a little understanding of how these engines were balanced. Our Mopar flexplate buyer’s guide will help.
Ford Flexplate Identification Guide
Ford’s small block and big block engine families have their share of flexplate differences. We’ll show you what to look for in this buyer’s guide.
Small Block and Big Block Chevy Engine Flexplate Guide
Over several generations of small block Chevy (and big block Chevy) engines there have been several changes that dictate what flexplate works with them. We’ll help you determine the correct flexplate for your Chevy engine in this buyer’s guide.
LS Engine Flexplate Fitment Guide
The LS swap is no doubt still going strong, but if you’re planning to run an automatic behind your 4.8, 5.3, or 6.0L LS-powered ride, you’ll need to pay attention to a few items we discuss in this buyer’s guide.
Why Convert to A One Wire Alternator
Learn how to hook up a 1-wire alternator on your vehicle. 1-wire alternators are perfect for engine swaps or just keeping things simple for your project.
What You Need to Know About Flexplates
The engine’s flexplate is a critical part to transferring power to your drivetrain. Using the correct part is imperative to engine longevity and proper drivetrain assembly.
Ammeter vs Voltmeter: How They Work, and Which One Is Right for Your Car
Ammeters and voltmeters are two very different ways of monitoring your vehicle’s charging system. Both are better than an “idiot light” but which one is right for your build?