Round two of the completely hand built Sheet Metal Intake Manifold. What two challenges remain to be solved? Find out here!
Notching tubes by hand, without the use of a tube notcher, can save a whole lot of time while maintaining a high degree of accuracy. Here's how to do it!
Building a custom spec Sheet Metal Intake Manifold is challenging enough by itself, but there is one catch with building this one....
Engineering a harness bar is relatively simple as long as you know and understand the ins and outs. Building it is the other half of the battle. Here's how to do both!
There seems to be a lack of information regarding proper installation of an Inside Net, sometimes called a "Driver's Net". You can either dig through 936 pages of the SCCA GCR Rulebook, OR, you can watch this video.
The Official Build Blog for How To Build a Time Attack Roll Cage featuring a 2000 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VI RS Tommi Mäkinen Edition (TME). This thread features Parts 1 & 2, build pics, Professional Photographer pics, the Gag Reel, and more!! Everything in one central location.
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.
What What would you do if you found out your limitless build had no space for any kind of conventional radiator? What if you had to design something unconventional to cool down an engine that can't be replaced easily? What would you come up with?
How lucky could I get twice? How another very good friend stepped in to help solve another major problem with the swap. Read about what that problem was and the RHD swap build in here.
Part 1 of a 4 part How-To series demonstrating how to narrow a Ford Explorer 8.8 Rear Axle. This is a quick reference prelude section with common questions and answers as well as all the info you need to help make your selection.
How a very good friend coincidentally made the whole RHD swap possible. Also a demonstration of how to prep and repair a cracked dash for a color change.
Finding the space to mount four coil packs for a 2 rotor engine is no big deal. How about 8 coil packs in the same bay?
Restoring more than just a shine to some parts. What was done under the hood of this classic C3 Corvette for nothing but five free minutes of my time...