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Trouble Shooting Gas Fume Leaks on older Corvettes and other cars and trucks
John Pfanstiehl Jul 21, 2017
Trouble Shooting Gas Fume Leaks on older Corvettes and other cars and trucks
Potential sources of escaping gas fumes from gas cap, filler, fuel supply and emissions hoses, fuel lines, carburetor and EEC canister. » Read More
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Communicating with Your Computer Controlled Carb in Your Corvette
James Berry Jul 21, 2017
Communicating with Your Computer Controlled Carb in Your Corvette
Corvette computer controlled carbs and how to tune them. » Read More
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Fixing Code 36 for Your Mass Air Flow Sensor
James Berry Jul 11, 2017
Fixing Code 36 for Your Mass Air Flow Sensor
Fixing the mass air flow sensor in your Corvette when it kicks a code 36. » Read More
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Recharged: Rebuilding a 1963-’68 Chevy Alternator and Adding a Solid State Regulator
Ron Ceridono Jul 3, 2017
Recharged: Rebuilding a 1963-’68 Chevy Alternator and Adding a Solid State Regulator
Rebuilding the Chevrolet externally regulated alternator and adding solid state regulator and increasing amps. » Read More
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Building Safer Fuel Lines For Your Muscle Car Or Hot Rod
Jeff Smith Jun 27, 2017
Building Safer Fuel Lines For Your Muscle Car Or Hot Rod
Upgrading your fuel lines to Earl’s UltraPro hose is a great way to ensure a safer fuel system in your muscle car. » Read More
How to Upgrade Your Early Chevelle’s Cooling System
Preparing our 1964 Chevelle for daily driving involves a rock-solid cooling system. » Read More
Tommy Lee Byrd Jun 26, 2017
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How to Upgrade Your Early Chevelle’s Cooling System
Self-Repair Corvette Magnetic Ride Control
Fixing the magnetic ride control on your Corvette. » Read More
James Berry Jun 6, 2017
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Self-Repair Corvette Magnetic Ride Control
Don’t Be Fooled: How To Spot A REAL 1970 Chevelle SS
Proof Positive The 1970 Chevelle SS is not only one of the most sought-after cars in the world, but it’s also one of the most faked and ... » Read More
Patrick Nichols May 30, 2017
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Don’t Be Fooled: How To Spot A REAL 1970 Chevelle SS
The wild, weird science of automobile fasteners and how to select and use them for your street rod project
Ever been strolling through a hardware store or perhaps an auto parts establishment and wondered of the meaning behind the markings on the ... » Read More
Jim Smart May 19, 2017
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The wild, weird science of automobile fasteners and how to select and use them for your street rod project
Wiring Your C1 Corvette the Right Way
Wiring. The very term strikes fear into the minds of many Corvette owners. It’s true, wiring a Corvette brings with it a few special ... » Read More
Gerry Burger Apr 26, 2017
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Wiring Your C1 Corvette the Right Way
Week To Wicked 1972 Camaro Pro Touring Build from Start to Finish!
One week, one car, stacks of parts, and a whole lot of effort to transform a boring 1972 Camaro into something special. » Read More
Steven Rupp Apr 25, 2017
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Week To Wicked 1972 Camaro Pro Touring Build from Start to Finish!
How to Remove Stuck Fuel Filters from Rusty Fuel Lines
Q: I enjoy your magazine, but I missed the memo about replacing my fuel filter every 30,000 miles. » Read More
James Berry Apr 13, 2017
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How to Remove Stuck Fuel Filters from Rusty Fuel Lines
Week To Wicked Day 4: Moving Closer to Finishing Our 1972 Camaro
Day four has of grinding our way through the wiring process, installing LED lighting and installing the Dakota Digital HDX gauges. » Read More
Steven Rupp Mar 30, 2017
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Week To Wicked Day 4: Moving Closer to Finishing Our 1972 Camaro
Week To Wicked Day 3: Plumbing, Wiring, and Making Progress on Our 1972 Camaro
As we hit the halfway point there’s a lot of little stuff, and a few big ones to get taken care of. » Read More
Steven Rupp Mar 29, 2017
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Week To Wicked Day 3: Plumbing, Wiring, and Making Progress on Our 1972 Camaro
The ABCs of Automotive Wiring and Wires
Whether it’s a 300-mph fuel dragster, the slowest of bracket cars, a high-performance (or even low-performance) street car, there is one ... » Read More
John DiBartolomeo Mar 29, 2017
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The ABCs of Automotive Wiring and Wires

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