Air Ride Install With Ridetech Part One: Debunking Air Ride Myths

Install Part One: Debunking Air Ride Myths With Ridetech When you want your car or truck to sit extra low at shows but still drive nice and handle well, air suspension offers the best of both worlds. Then you hear these horror stories and decide to stick with a coil over and live with the high ride height. We all want our cars to sit lower though, and Ridetech has worked … [Read more...]

The Newest Miller Multimatic – The 220 AC/DC Welder!

Miller Mulitmatic 220 AC/DC Welder - The Ultimate Welder A few years back we picked up a Miller Multimatic 215 welder. This welder has served us well over the years - we have used it from replacing floor pans to building a new heavy duty gate for the yard. This welder has truly been an invaluable tool for the garage and one that was so versatile. The Multimatic 215 is a … [Read more...]

Project Way-Gone: Installing Wiring The Painless Way!

Wiring With Painless Performance Wiring up a car is never a fun task. Often tedious and never seen, it's not a fun job. If you have an issue it can be a real nightmare to track down as well. Most people can build an engine blind folded but struggle with wiring - us included. Wiring is something we can do but have to scratch our heads and think about what's going on. There's … [Read more...]

Installed: Borgeson’s New 1968-1986 C10 Steering Box!

Upgrading Your 1968-1986 C10 Steering Box As the C10 market has blown up, the Square Body market has been blowing up behind it. People are falling in love with these trucks again and picking them up. They are a great looking truck, easy to work on, and relatively cheap right now. What's not to love? The aftermarket has noticed and the parts keep coming out for them. … [Read more...]

Viking Performance: The Future Of Shocks?

Active Shock Management with Viking Performance When you're driving down the road, wouldn’t you love to be able to change the valving in all four of your shocks one-thousand times per second? If you could, wouldn't that be the ultimate ride for comfort and, more importantly, performance?  While this may seem like a far-fetched reality, that's the Berserker Active Shock … [Read more...]

Back To The Future Of Gauges With Dakota Digital

One of the most popular interior modifications is upgrading your factory gauges. In many classic cars, they were lacking the proper instrumentation that most people want. A speedometer and fuel gauge were the most common found and gauges like a tachometer, water temp, volts or oil pressure were usually upgrades from the base model. Even if your car has these, they aren't as … [Read more...]

Project Way-Gone: LS Swap Radiator Install

LS Swap Radiator From Flex-A-Lite Overheating is never a fun time. As hot rodders build bigger and more powerful engines, overheating has always been a bit of an issue. Luckily, radiator design and technology has improved just like those engines. Now you can have well over 1,000 horsepower while sitting in the hot traffic and the air conditioning cranked. It's truly amazing to … [Read more...]

Rainy Good Guys Nashville Nationals!

Good Guys Nashville Nationals 2019 Going to as many car shows as we do to bring you coverage, we get pretty lucky weather wise. Usually the worst case scenario is some hot weather and sunburn to accompany it. Unfortunately the Good Guys Nashville Nationals was a wet weekend. With rain in the forecast for most the weekend, it did scare some people away. Luckily not … [Read more...]

Upgrading Stock Camaro Suspension With UMI Performance

Second Gen Camaro Suspension Upgrade We can all agree, nothing quite matches the feel of a classic muscle car. By now, we can also agree that the muscle rides of the 60’s and 70’s left a lot to be desired in the handling and ride quality department. My ’71 Camaro had sat in the “hog house” on our farmland in Kansas from about 1992 until I pulled it out and brought it down … [Read more...]

Driveshafts: Measure Twice, Order Once

Ordering A Driveshaft From Inland Empire Driveline Service On our Project Way-Gone wagon we have been focusing on making this a running and driving car. We've been working on exhaust and fuel systems, but one crucial piece to the puzzle is a driveshaft to get the power from the engine to the ground. With our past projects we called up and used Inland Empire Driveline … [Read more...]