Now for the rear installation – this was significantly easier than the front as there is more room to work and the brake lines and ABS sensors aren’t as closely located to the damping components you need to remove and install. A fairly simple removal and installation here with a few notable steps. TRICKY PART […]
Installation This is where I give the “do as I say, not as I do” disclaimer: I’m in the middle of moving and getting myself squared away with all my things in one place. I have belongings scattered between two states at the moment, so the tools available to me at the time of installation […]
Should you buy a knock-off brand turbo or not? Are they worth a couple hundred bucks? Are some better than others? All things we’ve asked ourselves while browsing eBay or anywhere on the internet for that matter. We were discussing these topics when a fellow NICO member, SirVemup popped in and mentioned he was about […]
Installing the WeatherTech Side Window Deflectors on an Infiniti M56 by: biggie Tools needed: Metal hook supplied in kit Install time: 15-20 minutes I recently picked up a 2011 Infiniti M56S. I needed something to keep the car cooler while parked in the hot sun during the summer. The WeatherTech Side Window Deflectors seemed a […]
King Racing joins us to describe their new bearing designs for Nissan engine applications – Stop in and learn something before your next engine build!
We review a product most people never think about until it’s too late – Check out the Swift Start jumper cables – We’ve done the research so you can make a smart purchase!
One of the most misunderstood and incorrectly-done DIY projects for the automotive enthusiast is bleeding brakes. We’ll show you how to do a brake fluid service properly.
With a fairly tight budget, and other projects on hand, Raceland’s affordable coilovers were the perfect candidate to drop the stance of my 350Z daily driver without taking breaking the bank.
I didn’t want to buy the same old cheap crap I’ve been getting at the auto parts store that only lasts a year or two before it gets saggy, or the stitching breaks down.
It begins with a maneuver many drivers have become experienced at performing, lifting a clutch pedal that only comes up halfway with the tip of the left shoe.