Can anyone recommend a speed shop for a simple Dyno runs in So Cal Inland Empire area.
I just wanna know what I have under my engine bay cover. Not a track car so no over the top upgrades. Stock motor with billet wheel CT26.
Westech performance in Mira Loma is the best dyno facilty in the country. Takes the plates of the car and tell them it is a track car as they are high profile they cannot be a party to modifying a street driven car. With that being said they have the most dyno experience and can tune any aftermarket ECU. If you just want numbers without tuning then disregard what I said about the plates and such. http://www.westechperformance.com/
After a hot run up a mountain road, pull over for some pictures, smell of plastic burning emanating from the engine area. Open up the engine cover, I noticed a top/cap is missing. Is it safe to drive til it’s replaced?
this says i should run 65ft/lbs, but the slip of paper says 36ft/lbs
i plan on running max of 20 psi eventually and dont wanna deal with another blown head gasket. also the gasket is a cometic MLS. thanks.
This is my first post ever, Im not sure if this is the right place to post this thread but my MR2 recently developed a new oil leak, I've owned the car for almost 2 years now, it always had a small oil leak and I could never really see where it was coming from but it was only a few drops a day...
My coolant hose blew on the freeway and I am having a hard time figuring out which coolant hose part number to order. I attached a couple photos with a red arrow to the hose that blew.
Some old forum post mentioned using a caravan coolant hose in place of one of the coolant hoses...
I am in the process of a engine build and all around upgrade of my Deuce over this winter and I am trying to come up with (without much success) what would be the ideal setup for the PCV system based around my power goal of 500whp. My 2 has a Gen2 engine and I do plan on running E85. With that...