- Published on Monday, 15 July 2013 20:55
Most car enthusiasts would remember the old Land Cruiser 100 series as one though mother f^%%$
So much so that prices for the old LC100s haven’t changed or even budged. World renown for it’s tough go anywhere, drive anywhere, the Toyota Land Cruiser is one of the hallowed names in automotive-dom.
But all things need to evolve and a few years back, Toyota introduced a completely new, not updated Land Cruiser, dubbed the LC200. Bigger than the old model, and way more luxurious, the go-anywhere LC heritage is distinctly there, down to the Land Cruiser specific 5x150 lug pattern.
- Published on Friday, 28 June 2013 18:48
Modern pickup trucks are a far cry away from the crude, noisy and slow beats of burden they were 10 years ago. Common rail technology has given pickups a lot more power not only to haul, but to go fast, make that really fast!
And the most powerful 4 cylinder pickup you can purchase in the local market is the Chevrolet Colorado. Yes even we were stunned when it belted out 180whp on our Dynapack dyno. This thing is a beast! And the owner of this brand new baby wanted more! Make that a lot more! So follow us as we install a Unichip Piggyback Fuel Computer and a Devil’s Own Alcohol Injection system.
- Published on Thursday, 21 March 2013 20:41
One of the vehicles that seem to resist devaluation is the Toyota Land Cruiser, most notably the 80 and 100 series. And for good reason, these big bruisers are tough and down right durable. While not exactly lacking in the power department for various off road excursions, more power is of course always better. And adding a Devil’s Own Alcohol Injection kit is a cheap and fast way to gain an instant 15-25 horsepower available on tap.
- Published on Monday, 18 March 2013 23:08
I’ve been watching Kings of Restoration a lot lately and it I one of my favorite show in the History Channel. Just seeing the process n how Rick’s team does things gives great ideas on the how they did it, the techniques and finesse.
And lately we have been seeing quite a few “restorations” in the shop. By restoration, I don’t mean the paint, body and making it pretty kind, but rather fixing up the mechanical bits from the brakes, to the suspension, to the engine, and of course with that comes upgraded performance.
- Published on Friday, 11 January 2013 23:37
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