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Aug
17
2010
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sort of random

Posted By: ThermoTec
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Do you recognize the symbol here? It lights up in your instrument panel and looks like a U-shaped pictograph with treads and an exclamation point in the middle.

Do you understand what it means now?

If you guessed a low tire-pressure...    continue reading post
Aug
12
2010
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Rust Prevention and Repair

Posted By: ThermoTec
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When rust starts to attack the metal in our vehicles, it threatens to destroy the entire body. Virtually anywhere you live, your vehicle is at risk of a rust attack. Humidity, heat, saltwater, salt applied to the roads, and rainwater...    continue reading post
Aug
10
2010
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A guide to painting your ride..

Posted By: ThermoTec
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This guide is prepared to help the car enthusiast prepare and maintain their car's appearance Being a passionate car enthusiast does not only mean enjoying the car from a driving experience, but also enjoying the car's appearance and ...    continue reading post
Aug
4
2010
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Get Rid Of Your Oil the Right Way

Posted By: ThermoTec
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We came across this and thought we would pass it on:

If you change your own oil, you likely do so for one of two reasons. Either you enjoy it, or you are trying to save money. No matter why you change your own oil, many people...    continue reading post
May
18
2010
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A nice write up and well done page

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Mar
23
2010
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Q & A

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1 Q: How does wrapping headers increase horsepower?

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A: Wrapping the headers maintains exhaust gas heat within the header.

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Mar
23
2010
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How It Works

Posted By: ThermoTec
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Think of exhaust gases as a piston moving down through the tubular system. As each pulse travels down the system, it creates a vacuum behind itself. The negative pressure behind each, is the scavenging effect. As the velocity of the...    continue reading post