Tools Tech Articles
Keep Your Sprint Car Engine Running at Peak Performance
One of the most important parts of your racing operation is the engine. This article gives a detailed overview on how to maintain your engine to get the most out of it for as long as possible. Also learn some tips to prolong the life of your engine.
How to Lift An Engine
Different ways to lift an engine, including the most common way and the parts needed to do so.
How to Install Pedal Car Vinyl Graphics
Jess M. gives you a step by step process on how to apply vinyl graphics to your pedal car. Each step is explained through pictures and detailed instructions.
I Dream of I Beam
In this article, Heath P. talks about one of the most important parts of a hot rod, the front axle. He will walk you through the history of the front axle and how to properly assemble it for your car.
Choosing Parts for Your Ford 9" Third Member Build
Lucas P. explains how to choose the correct part for a Ford 9" third member build in order to achieve a bulletproof rear. You will find specific recommended parts to use from Speedway Motors.
Routine Weekly Maintenance: Preparing & Washing Your Sprint Car
How to prepare and properly wash your sprint car as part of an organized, routine weekly maintenance.
Mud Cover Mounting Tabs and Locator Tool
Many sanctioning bodies now require mud covers to be bolted to the wheel and the mounting tabs to be integral or welded to the wheel. This article explains how to properly bolt on mud covers and the tools required to do so.
Speedway Professional Ring & Pinion Setup Tool
Zach R. gives a step by step on how to setup and use the Speedway Professional Ring & Pinion Setup Tool Set.
Chevelle 283 to Garage Sale 496 Blueprint
The steps of a repaint/restoration project on a 496 Blueprint crate engine. Jeff K. talks about how he went from a Chevelle 283 to a garage sale 496 Blueprint.
How-to Wire a Gauge Panel
Wiring a car may seem like a daunting process, but Jess explains the steps to successfully wire the ignition switch, headlight switch, and the dash gauges.