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K&N recalls KN-204 Oil Filters

Posted by Andy McJannett on

SAFETY RECALL NOTICE K&N Engineering, Inc. (K&N) has determined that certain K&N oil filters, Part Nos. KN-204 (black) and KN-204C (chrome), manufactured between March 1, 2016 and September 30, 2016 contain a defect related to motor vehicle safety. K&N is conducting a voluntary recall program to replace those parts. ITEMS COVERED BY THIS RECALL The KN-204 (black) and KN-204C (chrome) oil filters covered by this recall have manufacturing date codes imprinted on the ends of the filters that contain as the second and third characters of the code the number/letter combinations of 3H, 4H, 5H, 6H, 7H, 8H or 9H, with the number corresponding to the month of...

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How To Keep Mice Out Of Your Vehicle

Posted by Alan MacDonald on

Mice are known to crawl into vents inside vehicles, where they can die and fill a car with stench in the process. Mice also eat away at various wires, tubes and circuitry under the hood. Consequently, if you do nothing to fight a mice infestation in your car, you run the risk of having future performance issues with the vehicle. People often ask how to keep mice out of vehicles. When you Google the phrase "how to get rid of mice in car,” dozens of pages come up that offer impractical advice such as spraying hot sauce on the doors...

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How to Choose an Electric Fuel Pump

Posted by Andy McJannett on

When it comes to choosing an electric fuel pump for your engine, the choices are absolutely endless. Where do you start? Which pump is the right one for you? Watch this and find out! How to choose a Fuel Pump: One of the first things you'll need to determine is what operating pressure you need for your particular setup. Do you run a carburetor? Electronic fuel injection? Carburetors typically operate with pressures from 2 to 9 psi, modern EFI systems generally run best from 40 to 60 psi, and the actual pump design itself often dictates both performance and cost.The...

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FiTech Ultimate LS Kits now in Canada

Posted by Rob McJannett on

Make Your LS Engine Conversion Easy LS engine swaps have become the easiest way to infuse 21st century power into classic vehicles, but not always the cheapest. Once you acquired an LS engine, no matter how cheap it was, it still might cost you a fortune to get it running. You used to need a custom ECU or wiring harness, Intake manifolds, injectors, throttle body, then re-flash or the reprogramming, kits started at $5,000. Enter FiTech and their new FiTech Ultimate LS Induction Systems, built to work with LS1, LS2, LS3, LS6, and L92 engines. Kits start at $1,994, and are available for applications up to 750...

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Clean the Air You Breathe with K&N Washable and Reusable Cabin Air Filters

Posted by Andy McJannett on

Clean the Air You Breathe with K&N Washable and Reusable Cabin Air Filters Protecting the engine in your vehicle is vitally important. Without it, you are going nowhere, fast. What if we told you there was something more important to protect than your engine? That would be you, your friends, and your family. Obviously you need to wear seat belts and your car probably already has a multitude of airbags, but there is something else that is being incorporated into more and more modern vehicles for the health of the occupants. We are talking about cabin air filters. The air that...

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