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For as long as we can remember, we’ve been trying to preach the PROPER use of the JDM Tilting Plate Holder. But so long as we still keep seeing these things being incorrectly installed on vehicles during car shows, events, … Continue reading
Serious engine builders have for many years used every aspect of engine dynamics to harness more power. As we talked about oiling modifications to the block to free-up more HP and when combined with Synthetic oils even more can be … Continue reading
They say that when it comes to bumpers and side skirts, a true Drifter will prolong the life of his beloved panels for as long as it is humanly possible to do so. Hence, a true Drifter uses Zipties to … Continue reading
Its been a while back since I have done this engine type. Looking back at this experience, I have come to the conclusion that this is very much like the V8’s I have worked with all these years sans the … Continue reading
In this video, Subaru Rally Car driver Chris Atkinson demonstrates the nitty-gritty stuff about everything on the inside of the Subaru Impreza Rally Car. From switches and controls to center of gravity and safety, this video has got it covered. … Continue reading
COMBUSTION CHAMBER MODIFICATIONS: Install oversize valves if the engine has a bigger bore size. Installing bigger valves with stock bore size will just pinch and shroud intake flow around the valves closest to the cylinder wall. Exhaust valves should be … Continue reading
The green and yellow V-shaped JDM Leaf Symbol is something that you would see in almost every other JDM-themed car not only in the Philippines, but abroad as well. Another variation of this is the orange and yellow teardrop-shaped symbol. … Continue reading
Most people don’t get the whole stance / fitment scene. Just because you’re low that doesn’t mean you’re flush. and just because you’re flush it doesn’t mean you’re HellaFlush. I am not HellaFlush and most probably will never be (I … Continue reading
We discussed previously how an engine exhibiting below normal total ignition requirements is indicative of an efficient engine. The example given previously was that of a Racing Engine producing maximum power with 34-38 degrees of total lead or timing.