By, Dave Sutton. Published in Engine Builder Magazine this month.
It's in your best interest to avoid assembling engines with parts you did not sell. The reason for this is twofold. Not only are you missing the chance to make profits from the parts, there are warranty concerns.
When I'm struggling to see the valve keeper groves on an overhead cam head, with "bucket style" lifters, I attach a small flash light to shine thru the top of my air operated spring clamp. This puts the light directly in the area needed. This also leaves...
In comments filed with a federal agency that will determine whether tinkering with a car constitutes a copyright violation, OEMs and their main lobbying organization say cars have become too complex and dangerous for consumers and third parties to handle.