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Building Bargain Brake Ducts From Porsche GT3 Parts?

As it turns out, late-model Porsche GT3 front brake ducts can be adapted to a wide variety of cars.

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13 Steps To Ensure You Don't Blow up Your Engine During Initial Start-Up

Starting up an engine for the first time can exhilarating, but not if something goes wrong. Here are some steps to make sure it goes right.

Turbo Boost Is Good, but Too Much Can Be Bad

Don't get us wrong: More boost is almost always more better. But there is such thing as too much boost.

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 …

E85 Ethanol Fuel: How to Corn Your Way to More Horsepower

Switching from gasoline to E85 ethanol is technically challenging, right? Especially on a modern car?

How to Make Your Own Delrin and Urethane Bushings

You can make your own suspension bushings right in your own garage.

Freeing Rusty Fasteners With a Blow Torch

There is another option to break rusty fasteners free: the hot wrench.

How Crack Checking and REM Polishing Can Better Prepare a Transmission for Track Use

Transmission internals are subject to intense stresses. Crack checking and polishing can help ensure that those stresses don’t lead to failures down the road.

How to Dyno Your Anti-Roll Bars at Home

How to accurately compare one anti-roll bar against another? Measure them.

When Is It Time To Upgrade Your Clutch?

How well your car performs–and how nicely it drives–can often depend upon your clutch.

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