Cooling an engine down is just as important as making power! So how is that achieved? Internal combustion engines are often cooled by circulating a liquid called engine coolant through the engine block, where it is heated, then through a radiator where it loses heat to the atmosphere, and then returned to the engine.
An abandoned 1957 Autocar Truck was found and resurrected! After 15 years, the truck finally turns over once again! A little bit of elbow grease goes a long way!
Diesel mechanic, Stephen Cox reviews some of his tools and let's us know the his top 3 purchased tools, and 3 of his tools that he regrets buying. Always good to have some advice before making any of these purchases yourself.
This video covers everything you may want to know about Peterbilt Trucks! From it's history to new technology on board and beyond.
When you let off the clutch in a manual- you can feel your car slow down. It’s called engine braking! It gives you more control over your car, but how does it work? Is it friction? And how is that different from the loud rumple of a diesel Jake Brake? This video gets into the differences between the two, and let you know if engine braking is good or bad for your engine!
The better your engine breathes, the better it performs! But that’s not as easy as it sounds. Both intake and exhaust changes can have huge effects on the output of your engine. This video will explain exactly how these two crucial systems work!
You saw the video on Turbos, now it's time to see what makes the other big power maker tick. This video is all about superchargers and how they work. Enjoy!
Turbo is one of the most exciting words in the world of cars. Twin turbo, bi turbo, big turbo, twin scroll. Turbos make cars more efficient, faster and they make awesome blow off valve noises. This video will explains what boost is, and how it works.
This video compares the differences in performance between Summer, All Season, and Winter tires in cold conditions. In any climate that is cold, having a good set of winter tires can be the difference between arriving at your destination safely and being in an icy ditch.