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8 Secrets You Need to Bend and Flare Pro-Quality Brake Lines

Certain projects seem to instill anxiety in even the most hardcore enthusiasts. Wiring probably takes top prize in this category, with brake plumbing running a close second.

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10 Endurance Race Essentials (That They Probably Didn’t Mention in Driver School)

The Nonnamaker family has been racing since 1974, including many trips to all of the big endurance contests: Daytona, Sebring and even Nelson Ledges. Their experience translates to club-level events ...

What Materials Are Best to Fabricate Something From Scratch?

For true gearheads, a car is never just a car—it’s a four-wheeled heap of possibilities.

What Makes the Best Air Intake?

We built (and actually tested) different intake designs.

Garage Project: Is Your Clutch Pedal Slowing You Down?

Want to go 3-4 mph faster down the straights after installing a simple $20 part? BimmerWorld offers that advantage.

How to Accurately Measure Your Compression Ratio

After building an engine, the bombardment of questions soon follows. Unfortunately, you might not know the answer to one important question: What is your engine’s compression ratio?

Building a Road Racer in Eight Easy Steps

Building a race car may not be quite as difficult as you realize.

10 Common Suspension Problems and How to Cure Them

It doesn't matter how much you spent, your suspension can still steer you wrong. Here are 10 common suspension ills and how to correct them.

How to Go About Upgrading Your Brakes

“Jack of all trades, master of none” is a pretty good description of OE brake system designs.

Chevrolet
Addressing Internet Myths About LS Swaps

The Internet is full of chatter about transplanting General Motors’s third- and fourth-generation V8s.

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