Why You May Need to Upgrade the Turbo on Your Current Vehicle

Posted on: 2 January 2018

A large number of vehicles that roll off the end of a manufacturer's production line these days are equipped with a turbocharger. It's become a very efficient way of providing some performance while using a smaller engine, as a nod to the environmentalists. Yet the "stock" turbocharger fitted to your car or truck may not be sufficient for your needs in certain circumstances and you may want to think about an upgrade. [Read More]

Improving the Efficiency of Your Diesel Engine

Posted on: 5 September 2017

Unleaded regular fuel has seen a steady rise in popularity with motorists. However, this does not mean that diesel is becoming obsolete. Since diesel is much cheaper, it remains a cost effective option for people who would like to maintain low fuel economy for their vehicles. Moreover, diesel engines to be highly efficient, which keeps them relevant in the Australian motor industry. Nonetheless, to keep your diesel engine at optimum performance, you would need to provide it with the proper care and maintenance. [Read More]

Five Fun Tech Devices to Add to Your Vehicle

Posted on: 18 January 2017

If you've purchased a used vehicle, you may want to retrofit it with some contemporary amenities. Technology advances by leaps and bounds every year, and whether you drive a Toyota, a Ford, or something else, there are lots of fun tech devices that may have entered the marketplace or become more affordable since you bought your vehicle. Here are some items to consider. 1. Back Up Camera Back up cameras are available for specific vehicles such as the Toyota Tundra, but you can also buy cameras that are compatible with multiple types of vehicles. [Read More]

Tips for Adding an Aftermarket Cooler to Your Diesel Engine

Posted on: 21 September 2016

When you are using an engine, oil forms a thin layer over the metal components, preventing them from rubbing against each other and getting damaged. So that the oil doesn't get too hot, the engine has ways to cool it down, and medium and large diesel engines use internal or external coolers. Thinking about adding a new aftermarket cooler to your diesel engine? Here are some tips to keep in mind: [Read More]