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About Cylinder Deactivation “Cylinder Deactivation” has been around for many years.  It’s a pretty simple way to make an engine conserve fuel. Here’s how it works:  With typical light
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What All-Wheel Drive Car Owners Should Know With winter just around the corner, those that own All-Wheel Drive cars (AWD) are understandably smug because they know they are ready for whatever Mother
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Flashback: The Lil' Red Express TruckSometimes car manufacturers make special model vehicles to make particular statements. Take the Dodge Viper sports car, for example. This V-10 powered beast was sp
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How Fuel Injection Systems WorkIn the old days, car engines used carburetors to vaporize the fuel going into an engine.  This method worked out fine for half a century but during the 1950s automobile
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The Vintage Cars of Cuba – you don’t want oneThe roads in Cuba are just packed with classic American cars.  Take a look at photos of the streets of Havana and you will see classic America cars ev
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Belly Tank RacersHave you ever seen those old pictures of curious, low-slung hotrods with aluminum, torpedo-shaped bodies?  These are called “Belly Tank Racers” and they were built to break speed
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Doing NitrousIf you like fast cars you undoubtedly have heard about Nitrous Oxide. Nitrous systems are a way to dramatically boost the horsepower of engines.  They are not for standard street cars, h
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Electric Turbocharging Once an exotic technology, turbocharging has become mainstream. Back a few decades ago, turbochargers were expensive and only installed on sports cars and race cars. The reason
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HEMI HistoryIt’s a word most the car people throw around a lot. Even on TV there are commercials that loudly tout “It’s a Hemi!” But what is a hemi, is it a real feature or just a marketing te
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The styling of American automobiles typically reflect the eras they were designed in. For example, the rounded fenders and bodies of the 1940s cars were a sharp contrast to the angular features of the
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