Injuries are inevitable. Get used to it or find another profession.
-The Old Heads
"It's never too late." A very simple mentality that drove this Mitsubishi Mirage owner right to the starting line of a racing career that began with a custom built Power & Performance Package
See how a simple fabrication mod can save you money when you change your mind midway through a build!
Perhaps you've been witnessing the onslaught of Mustang bashing (or how much bashing one did to another car in a recent video). I decided to really get to the bottom of it and see where it all started from.
Some of my top picks from viewer submitted projects. Keep up the fantastic work, and thank you for being a part of The Fabricator Series!
Setting aside the performance aspects of K&N Filters, there is another great reason for using them - Especially on this car...
A necessary sub-frame and steering rack modification for 20b and 26B Rotary Engine Swaps in the FD3S Chassis.
Round two of the completely hand built Sheet Metal Intake Manifold. What two challenges remain to be solved? Find out here!
Building a custom spec Sheet Metal Intake Manifold is challenging enough by itself, but there is one catch with building this one....
Part 4 of a 4 part How-To series demonstrating how to narrow a Ford Explorer 8.8 Rear Axle. This section covers the selection and installation of perches and accessories required to install the now narrowed Ford Explorer 8.8.
Trying to avoid the frustrations of selling on a local Facebook Group?
Here is a list of guidelines to follow that should make it a little easier.
Part 3 of a 4 part How-To series demonstrating how to narrow a Ford Explorer 8.8 Rear Axle. This section covers the cutting and welding back together the axle tube which is required to narrow the Ford Explorer 8.8.
When your classic Buick is slammed to floor with a set of bags, you tend to run into issues with the gas tank scraping. Filling the trunk with air ride equipment takes a lot of space as well - so what do you do? How about fabricating a fuel cell to fit in the spare tire well...?
The final round and finishing pieces needed to get this Mighty Max Right Hand Drive Swap back on the road! Check out what needed to be solved and a cool Q & A at the end!!
It was a great sunny Sunday afternoon in LV when I figured there wasn't a whole lot on the schedule for the day, so why not gather up some friends for an impromptu photo shoot?
Part 2 of a 4 part How-To series demonstrating how to narrow a Ford Explorer 8.8 Rear Axle. This section covers the strip down and measurements in preparation for cutting and welding to narrow the Ford Explorer 8.8.