In Part 2 of Wayne Scraba’s series, we look at the next level of mocking up a project build and getting ready to tackle the hard stuff.
When building a car (or having a car built), one thing you never hear about is the mock-up stage, or pre-fitting of parts. But can you do any of this yourself? Yes you can!
Part 2 of Wayne Scraba’s deep dive into Strange Engineering’s reinvented Dana 60 completes the exploration of the rear end boulevard.
Strange Engineering solves the problem getting the right heavy-duty rear end for a project car by junkyard scrounging with it’s reinvented Dana 60. Wayne’s Scraba’s new series takes us through to engineering feat.
Part 2 of Wayne Scraba’s series on “flexi-flyers” investigates how interchangeable the Detroit Speed mounts are between OEMs, and how even small shifts change the relationship between body mount parts.
When the subframe of your car is moving independently, you’ve got a “flexi-flyer” — which sounds fun, but is definitely no good. Part 1 of Wayne Scraba’s series looks at some solutions from Detroit Speed.
In this episode, Michael will be focusing on the braking and handling of the vehicle and getting the car as ready as he can before dropping in that sweet sweet LS3.
Wayne Scraba continues his look at triangulated four links for GM G Bodies and earlier A-bodies to make them hook.
So what’s the real solution for a G Body? Big power will usually lead to tire smoke. How do you make it work?
This time around, we’ll look at a key ingredient in the mix: Springs.