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Understanding Metric Hardware

While not so common, metric hardware can work on your racer.

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Nine Steps to Painting Your Wheels at Home

Tired of the silver wheels that every car seems to come with these days? No problem: You can change their color in just nine steps and a few hours.

Easy ND Mazda MX-5 Performance Tips from Good-Win Racing

What are the three most important modifications to make on an ND MX-5? Good-Win Racing’s Brian Goodwin gave us two separate lists, one for street and autocross, and another for …

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Built-In Safety: How Pro Shops Do Safety

The Professionals Know: Safety is the Foundation of Any Race Car Build

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Stick It and Win: Using Die-Cut Stickers to Create Your Livery

In an era of full vinyl wraps, old-school die-cut stickers can still look good.

Understanding Shock Absorbers, Dampers and Struts | Handling Basics

Whether they're called shocks, dampers or struts, these pieces are critical for performance.

A 14-Step Guide To Surviving Overhead Camshaft Headwork

Sooner or later, something in your overhead cam engine is going to break. Here is how to make working on it a little less scary.

Is a Water/Methanol Injection Kit the Tuning Aid You Need?

The premise behind water injection is simple: Squirt a mixture of water and methanol–windshield washer fluid, basically–into the engine’s combustion chamber to cool the intake charge and prevent detonation.

Fabricating a Custom Exhaust Header

Be it a limited aftermarket or just a desire to do it yourself, here is how you build an exhaust header from scratch.

DIY Project: Turning an Ordinary Couch Into RaceCouch

Some couches can recline. Others sport a built-in refrigerator, cup holders, and a little cubby for the TV remote. Georgia Tech’s Wreck Racing built a couch that can go nearly …

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