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Pros and Cons of the LS engine.

Posted by Jeff Behuniak on Jul 6, 2017 12:00:39 PM

Over the last 10 years the LS engine has rose to prominence.  The engine's performance potential and tight package along with high engine availability has created the perfect storm for the automotive aftermarket. Crazy swaps have pushed the LS into a level of its own. Chevy LS engines have found their way into everything from Classic muscles cars to lightweight sports cars like the Miata. This potential has even caused some series to ban LS swaps...

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Topics: Reviews & Comparisons, Engine Oil System Technology

Accusump Install - Do & Do Nots

Posted by Jeff Behuniak on May 23, 2017 8:00:00 AM

As with installing anything the Accusump has a list of Do and Do Nots when installing.  These unfortunately are common mistakes we see despite warnings in our full product installation guide. To save you the time we have listed a few of the common mistakes we see along with the correct way.

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Topics: Engine Maintenance, Reviews & Comparisons, Engine Cooling Technology, Engine Oil System Technology, Accusump

The Showdown: Steel VS Aluminum Oil Pans

Posted by Jeff Behuniak on Feb 14, 2017 4:48:51 PM

   A lot of people assume that an oil pan is just an oil pan. The assumption is that it holds oil and that’s it. Simple and cheap is the way to go. The only time many people think about their oil pan is when it is time for engine maintenance and they need to drain the oil. However, for the more dedicated of auto enthusiasts an oil pan and subsequently an entire oiling system can be a matter of engine life and death. Many enthusiasts know that there are 3 types of basic oiling systems. (Click here to read that blog). Beyond the types of oiling systems there are specifics about how to set them up. With many different types and options for oiling systems we could go on for days. However, here we are just going to focus on the two most common materials used for oil pans.

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Topics: Reviews & Comparisons, Engine Oil System Technology

Plastic Tanks,
The Good, Bad, & Ugly

Posted by Jeff Behuniak on Oct 28, 2016 4:45:35 PM
As anyone that has spent anytime under the hood of a car knows most coolant tanks are made of plastic.  In the majority of automotive applications the coolant tank is manufactured out of polyethylene.  The use of polyethylene as with anything else has advantages and disadvantages.   Lets look at why plastic may or may not be the best choice for you ... 
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Topics: Reviews & Comparisons, Engine Cooling Technology

 

 

 

 

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