Old School Old Geezer

THE LITTLE THINGS REALLY DO MATTER!

We all know the BIG stuff can make a big difference in our Mustang, but so can the little things we tend to overlook. A high-lift cam with more duration can add Horse Power but you will probably sacrifice daily

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TO MODIFY OR NOT TO MODIFY, THAT IS THE QUESTION

Shakespeare never had to a chance to modify an engine, but the question is a valid one. Sometimes we make decisions based on bad information and I must plead “guilty”! There are racing products that make good choices in our

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INFO FOR THE TECHNO-GEEK AND PEOPLE WHO JUST WANT TO KNOW

Recently I got into a conversation with some engine tech-geeks and I said the “crank” determines firing order of our SIX. They looked at me as if I had cursed the Internal Combustion Gods! I argued my point with the

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HOW TO STOP A HORSE THIEF

Way back before computers and key less entry systems, cars were much easier to steal. Locking it in a garage helped and even a fenced yard was a small deterrent but cars got stolen anyway. Having been in the specialty

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CALCULATING WITH AUTOMOTIVE FORMULAS

STATIC COMPRESSION RATIO = cylinder volume + chamber volume + gasket thickness volume divided by chamber volume and CC’s in piston dish. Since this is usually figured in CC’s inches must be multiplied by 2.54 for conversion. So 563.46 +

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