In this episode, Michael will be focusing on the braking and handling of the vehicle and getting the car as ready as he can before dropping in that sweet sweet LS3.
The pandemic hit everybody hard but with events and car shows being canceled left and right, it allowed us to work on those garage projects. Let’s take a look back at the Top How-To Articles.
There’s no better time than now to end the procrastination and finally get what you need to get done to your project car.
We salute all the weekend warriors that spent countless nights and busted knuckles building projects in their garage. But before we dive into the new year, let’s take a look back at RacingJunk’s Top 10 How To Articles of 2019.
Plumbing is obviously important, but you simply cannot ignore the fact the electricals are essential too.
Now, performing a burnout in a car isn’t that tough with an automatic. Doing the same thing with a stick is another matter, and that’s where a line lock or roll control enters the equation.
This is the rest of the inside scoop on quality OEM style disc brake kits.
For this issue, we’ll start at something seemingly simple, and that’s the inner and outer wheel bearings.
In some situations, a drag-race-only front brake won’t work – for example, in a street-strip application.
The Project Chevelle Team now tackles brakes after spindles and control arms.