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Book Review: New Hemi Engines 2003 to Present

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Book Review: New Hemi Engines 2003 to Present

New Hemi Engines 2003 to Present How to Build Max Performance The New Hemi engine has an aggressive persona and outstanding performance. Powering the Challenger, Charger, Ram trucks, and other vehicles in the Chrysler lineup, this engine produces at least one horsepower per cubic inch. Unleashed in 2003, it has been offered in 5.7-, 6.1-, 6.2-, and now 6.4-litre displacements. With each successive engine introduction, Chrysler has extracted more performance. And with the launch of the Hellcat and Demon 6.2-litre supercharged engines, Chrysler built the highest horsepower production engines ever made, at 707 hp and 840 hp, respectively. This third-generation...

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Aeromotive Summer Rebates

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Aeromotive Summer Rebates

Up to $50 in Aeromotive Summer Rebates The Aeromotive Summer Rebate Program runs through August 31, 2019. Aeromotive available at all Performance Improvements Locations.   Qualifying consumer purchases include: $50 Rebate – A1000 Fuel Pump (#11101) or A2000 Carbureted Fuel Pump (#11202) $25 Rebate – SS Fuel Pump 3/8-inch NPT (#11203), A1000 Injected Bypass Regulator (#13101), A1000-6 Injected Bypass Regulator (#13109), In-Line Filter (AN-10) 10-micron fabric element (#12301) or 100-Micron, ORB-10 Red Fuel Filter (#12304) $15 Rebate – A1000 Carbureted Bypass Filter (#13204) or SS Series 3/8-inch NPT Carburetor Regulator (#13205)   The Summer Rebates Program allows Aeromotive customers to enjoy...

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Which LS Engine Should You Swap in Your Car?

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Which LS Engine Should You Swap in Your Car?

Which LS Should You Swap in Your Car?  GEN III GM first introduced the LS engine in the 1997 Corvette. They called it the “Gen III small-block” now known as the LS1. The LS1 is a 5.7L engine, and it featured an all-aluminum design. It also featured coil near plug ignition, and various other new engine management features. These new features made it vastly greater than the previous generation small block. In 1998 the LS1 replaced the LT1 found in Camaros and Firebirds. Chevrolet then began producing an iron-block Gen III small block which came in the pick-up trucks and...

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PROBLEM READING YOUR 0-15 PSI LIQUID FILLED GAUGES? VENT THE GAUGE.

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PROBLEM READING YOUR 0-15 PSI LIQUID FILLED GAUGES? VENT THE GAUGE.

Why is my Liquid Filled gauge unpredictable? Product: 0-15 Liquid Filled GaugesProblem: Gauge does not read correctly.Solution: Vent the gauge.For an accurate pressure reading on a liquid filled gauge, you should vent the gauge before taking a pressure reading. You should vent the gauge whenever the temperature of the gauge has changed significantly (either heated up or cooled down).Venting is easy to do and takes seconds. To vent the gauge carefully push the side of the vent plug (the part under the plug lip) with your thumbnail to equalize the gauge case pressure with the atmosphere (reference pressure). Do not remove...

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How To Keep Mice Out Of Your Vehicle

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How To Keep Mice Out Of Your Vehicle

How To Keep Mice Out Of Your Cars 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.   BEWARE OF MICE BEARING GIFTS Automotive technicians often discover nests and stashes of nuts that rodents love to store within the warm confines of an engine. One tech found a bird...

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