Friday, May 18, 2018

The Mighty Minute - Ep 3: Does That Air Filter Need To Be Replaced?

Dirt is an engine’s worst enemy and the air filter is the last line of defense. Do you know how to tell when it needs replacement? That’s the topic of today’s Mighty Minute!

Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Saturday, May 12, 2018

5 Reasons Pushrod Engines Still Exist

Pushrod engines typically use two valves per cylinder, and as a result, this engine style is often mocked when used in modern vehicles. Fewer, larger valves results in more reciprocating mass which can lead to valve float, and less airflow at high RPM from the reduced area of the valve openings versus four valves. So why are companies like Dodge still making Hemi engines, and Chevy still making LS engines, both of which are two-valve pushrod setups?

Well, simply put, pushrod (OHV) engines have quite a few advantages over their DOHC counterparts. Whether it's the size and compactness of the engine, the simplicity, or the cost, there are real performance benefits to using a two-valve, single cam V engine. As the saying goes, if it ain't broke... Check out the video for five detailed reasons why these engines are still made.

Wednesday, May 9, 2018

The TWO STEP Oil Treatment for Diesel OR Gas Vehicles

This Tech Tip brought to you by Two Guys Garage. Don't worry about the health of your engine ever again!

Step 1: Hot Shot's Secret Stiction Eliminator provides the initial clean up of the entire oil system. *Use half-dose every 3rd oil change.

Step 2: FR3 Friction Reducer provides patented nano-technology that fills and attaches itself to the microscopic crevices inside the engine. *Use every oil change in-between Stiction Eliminator applications.

Not for use with other oil additives

Monday, April 30, 2018

5 Things You Should Never Do In An Automatic Transmission Vehicle

5 Things You Should Never Do With An Automatic Transmission Vehicle. Five bad automatic transmission driving habits. Is it okay to coast down a hill in neutral? Should you put the car in neutral when you come to a stop? What is the safest way to launch an automatic car? Is it okay to switch from reverse to drive while the vehicle is moving? What happens when you put the vehicle in park?