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Friday, 2. September 2011

How to Save Money on Car Care Costs 1

If you’re like a lot of people these days, you’re always on the lookout for ways to save money. You have to. It seems like everyone wants a piece of your paycheck. It just doesn’t go as far as it used to. Cutting corners has become a way of life. You’ve tried staying home and renting videos instead of taking in a movie, and eating out is a thing of the past because fixing meals at home is cheaper. You’ve discovered there are a lot of ways to save money, but most of them involve making some sort of sacrifice. You hate to do it, but it’s time to take drastic action by doing something you never thought you’d have to. Yes, it’s time to start saving money on your ride. That prize possession sitting in the driveway is costing a lot to keep up. There must be some way to save a little cash on your car’s upkeep without taking away its character or making it unsafe to drive. Perhaps these suggestions will help.

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Wednesday, 17. August 2011

Pumped Up 9

ConclusionBuilding the best oiling system for your engine depends on planning, budgeting, and how you'll use your vehicle. If you're simply building for moderate street and limited track use, there are many high-performance oil pumps and oil pans that will increase volume and pressure without destroying your budget. For very high-performance use, there are a multitude of oil pans, pumps, windage trays, and hardware to almost eliminate the possibility of encountering an oiling problem. The key is choosing the right parts, installing them correctly, and operating the engine the way it was designed. CHP
By Bob Mehlhoff

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Saturday, 13. August 2011

Pumped Up 8

For many high-performance applications, the size of the sump may be larger than stock. For most street-driven cars, chassis and ground clearance requirements dictate the depth (and width) of the oil pan's sump area, so for many applications, wide sump pans are available.

At engine speeds above 6,000 rpm, the moving oil can whip the crankshaft and cost power. This phenomenon is called windage and is minimized by installing either a windage tray or a semi-circular screen to move the oil away from the spinning crankshaft without splashing back on the throws.
By Bob Mehlhoff

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