- 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
WANTED: Brand/Product Manager
SpeedLab is seeking a brand manager (male or female) who is passionate about cars and the automobive industry to promote and market SpeedLab's growing line of products.
Work involves, but not limited to, the following activities:
- Published on Saturday, 22 December 2012 13:02
We're fresh of the 2012 Manila Auto Salon and very stoked that our USDM Accord got lots and lots of attention, good enough to bag 2nd place in the Mid Size Sedan category (first place went to a Galant with a no back seat and full of subs) that proves you don't need a flashy paint job, loud ass booming sound system in order to build a clean, tasetful and most importantly still driveable everyday car.
After all, cars are made to be driven, not just stared at.
- Published on Sunday, 04 November 2012 08:08
They say you can have too much power, but you can never have too much braking. With the obsession about making power, most people tend to forget the brakes of a car. This is no truer than on Subaru vehicles. With power upgrades a plenty, the stock braking system is simply not enough, especially when WRXs, Foresters and Legacys start making more power than STIs.