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We have just finished the AWD conversion on the project GST. This article contains a complete walkthrough of how to perform the AWD conversion on a 2nd gen DSM.
Jan 27, 2005, 00:37 - [ Discuss this story ]
Dale Schwartz's Black 1982 Pontiac Trans Am Firebird
The new AutomotiveArticles.com Feature Car is Dale Schwartz's black 1982 Pontiac Trans Am Firebird. This powerful muscle car was purpose built to showcase the current young generation's tuner styling ideas in a traditional rear wheel drive ponycar platform by combining "Tuner" and "Pro Touring, G Machine" build methodology with an emphasis on overall performance.
Jan 25, 2005, 22:18 - [ Discuss this story ]
3M Protective Film Clear Bra Test
With all the talk of paint protection, and with so many great products out there, not as many car nuts have ever seen or heard of the "clear bra" or protective film. However, there are plenty of articles out there talking about it, and how to install it. Now the reader can see first hand what the fuss is about. In this article we look at the 3M Protective Film for the automotive industry. We talk about how to care for it, options to install it, and how durable it is. Plenty of pictures and videos, and off course we test durabilty by shooting it with an air pistol to see if it shreds by being hit at 260+ MPH by a pellet.
Dezoris - M.Sanew Hondavision.com
Dec 17, 2004, 23:30 - [ Discuss this story ]
Norman Vigus' Silver RX-7
The new AutomotiveArticles.com Feature Car is Norman Vigus' silver 1992 Mazda RX-7 rotary. This feature car comes to us all the way from across the Atlantic. Living in the UK Norman has made quite a stir with this heavily modified FD by having it featured in several magazines.
Dec 10, 2004, 01:54 - [ Discuss this story ]
Suspension Design: Types of Suspensions 2
This article will provide a basic overview of just about all of the different types of rear suspensions that have been used on production and racing vehicles since the inception of the automobile. While some of the older styles are obsolete it is still important to learn about them because it provides valuable insight into why the cutting edge suspensions of today perform so much better.
Part 2 of 2 (Rear Suspension)
Oct 25, 2004, 00:37 - [ Discuss this story ]