Powershift automatic transmissions are growing in popularity, but they can be a pain to diagnose when they go wrong. Read on for some of the more common faults.
This article is dedicated not to the hard core hypermiler, but rather to the everyday Prius driver that wants better fuel economy from their Toyota Prius.
Here's how to build a 318 engine step by step with resources, recommendations, and suggestions from experience.
The Nissan Cube is an oddly endearing compact hatchback whose strange shape and cartoonish looks only add to its appeal. Trust me, you will get noticed when you drive this car.
When you're serious about tuning your hot rod, the factory fuel delivery algorithm isn't going to cut it anymore. Learn how to achieve the most stable and flexible fueling model for your power-adders that will put gasoline on tap, for when you need it most! OPEN LOOP MODE will get 'er done.
It's time for the fun stuff. Let's have a look at the awesome mods and power-adders that'll make your car a terror on wheels. Add some horsepower and have fun doing it!
What you need to know to make your ride as fast, as powerful, and as awesome as possible. You will want to know the terms and concepts here because they'll come up again and again.
Here are some of the most infamous vehicles in existence, still available for viewing even after the infamous people who owned them are gone.
Converting a classic car to electric may be the future of owning a vehicle as governments clamp down on emission-pumping diesel and petrol cars. It's not a classic car if you get rid of the engine, or is it?
For nearly three decades, Racer X competed in sportsman-class racing events at drag racing strips in Texas. This is the story behind amateur racer 454X's first race car buildout.
If you've seen Fast and the Furious, then you know all the cars have these buttons in them that make the cars go fast! That's nitrous, and it's one of the most exciting things you can do to a car!
Plastidip is an affordable way to change the color of your car and wheels, while simultaneously protecting the finish underneath. It is a pretty hefty DIY project, but very enjoyable if you're patient and thorough. This is an honest review of Plastidip for car wheels.