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Protect yourself & your passengers from Coronavirus

Posted by Bob McJannett on

Protect yourself & your passengers from Coronavirus

Is there Coronavirus in your car? Here's how you can protect yourself from COVID-19. This year we have all learned the hard way that every time we sneeze or cough, we spray aerosols into the air. Some you can see, some are invisible to the naked eye, while some are small enough that they can float around in the air. Unfortunately, this isn’t happening ONLY when you cough or sneeze. You release aerosols all the time when you’re just talking and breathing normally. That presents a particular problem for this COVID-19 virus for three reasons: Many people have no idea they...

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COVID-19 Updates

Posted by Alan MacDonald on

COVID-19 Updates

Performance Improvements Mandatory Face Covering Policy Beginning July 7, 2020, all staff, visitors and customers are required to disinfect their hands plus wear a mask or face covering upon entering and remaining within Performance Improvements. The mask or face covering must cover the nose, mouth and chin.   All stores must Post signs on the premises containing the following text: ALL PERSONS ENTERING OR REMAINING IN THESE PREMISES SHALL WEAR A MASK OR FACE COVERING WHICH COVERS THE NOSE, MOUTH AND CHIN AS REQUIRED UNDER CITY OF TORONTO BY-LAW 541-2020. Signs must be posted in high visibility areas at all...

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Are Licence Plate Covers Illegal?

Posted by Alan MacDonald on

Illegal licence plate covers? Is the OPP cracking down on car owners who use license plate covers? The law is clear, sort of – licence plate covers are NOT illegal, but you could still get a ticket if you have one.  LICENCE PLATE COVER LAW Section 13 (2) of the Highway Traffic Act (HTA) indicates that every number plate shall not be obstructed and must be plainly visible at all times. Number plate to be kept clean(2) Every number plate shall be kept free from dirt and obstruction and shall be affixed so that the entire number plate, including the numbers, is plainly...

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Edlebrock’s Pro-Flo 4 EFI System Dyno Tested On A Junkyard LS

Posted by Alan MacDonald on

Edlebrock’s Pro-Flo 4 EFI System Dyno Tested On A Junkyard LS

Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI) is not a new concept in the automotive industry. American Motors Corporation (AMC) designed the first commercial EFI system, called the Electrojector. This system was developed by Bendix back in 1957. Since that time, fuel injection has gained popularity as it increases an engine’s efficiency as well as drivability. It’s impossible to find anything but fuel injection on modern cars these days. Over the years, enthusiasts have figured out ways to utilize factory EFI systems and adapt them over to fit their needs. The problem with this method includes wiring nightmares, tuning issues, lack of support,...

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Does Fitech EFI need a return line?

Posted by Alan MacDonald on

Does Fitech EFI need a return line?

Does FiTech EFI need a return line? You NEED a return regardless with an inline pump fuel system. It comes down to if you are returning from a remote mount regulator or from the built on regulator.     I have a return line on my mechanical fuel pump, can I use a tee and connect the command center vent to this line? Do not tee them together. One is a vent and the other is a fuel return line. If you replace your mechanical pump with one that does not have a return line you can then use this...

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