Have you ever found yourself struggling with a rusted bolt? You exert all your might, and still, the bolt doesn’t budge? You are not alone. Rusted bolts can be tricky little things. You need a lot of time and patience to get them out, or do you? For all those wondering how to remove rusted bolts, what if we told you that you could do it quickly and easily? Here are the five quick ways to get those cheeky rusted bolts out.
So there sits you shiny new Subaru WRX and possibly an STI. A true engineering marvel with the base model features a 2.0L turbocharged engine producing 268HP and 258 lb-ft of torque, and the STI comes equipped with a 2.5L turbocharged engine with a significant boost in horsepower at 305HP and 290 lb-ft of torque. The WRX is a great platform to build on. It has an extensive aftermarket and a great community surrounding the cars. One of the first mods WRX owners like to do to their vehicles is an aftermarket exhaust. Not only do you get a horsepower increase, but you get to improve the sound of your ride significantly. Below we have compiled a list of our favorite cat-back Subaru WRX exhaust systems.
A well made OBD2 scanner is a must for any professional mechanic in these modern times where almost everything in a car is computer-controlled. And with OBD2 begin the industry standard since 1996, it’s not going anywhere. OBD2 Allows for easy and quick engine diagnostics so you spend less time troubleshooting and more time turning wrenches!
Below we have compiled a list of our favorite OBD2 scanners that are on the market today while many cheaper options are great for the budget mechanic when it comes to scanners you do get what you pay.
Ford’s iconic version of the compact car, the Focus, has been around since 1998 when it was first introduced to the European market. It did so well that the automaker decided to bring it to North America in 1999. It wasn’t until the second generation of cars that Ford unveiled the ST version. This was the top-of-the-line performance version that did 0-60 in just 6.4 seconds thanks to its powerful five-cylinder engine that originated from Volvo.
While the 300zx doesn’t need any mods to help it stand out from the crowd There are many great options on the market to give your 300zx that extra edge. Below we have compiled a list of our favorite 300zx exterior mods
The 300ZX is arguably one of the most recognized cars that Nissan has ever produced, besides the R32 Skyline of course. This car was built when the automaker was in their glory days. They had the Skyline, the Pathfinder, and who could forget the 240SX. The lifecycle of the 300ZX spanned almost 20 years, from 1983 to 2000. Over those years, Nissan had 2 generations, known as the Z31 (’83-’89) and the Z32 (’89-’00). Their thought was: “Why change something that is doing well?”. It was offered in several engine variations ranging from a 2.0L all the way to a twin-turbo 3.0L. Models were offered in a 2+2 configuration, meaning that there were two seats in the front and two in the back, although those in the back weren’t really seats, it was more for regulations. Even though it was sold in Japan and other markets for nearly two decades, America was only blessed with the 300ZX from 1984 to 1996.