A time- and money-saving alternative to replacing the entire broken steering column.
David Lane relates his experiences getting his Rx-7 through the smog check gauntlet.
David Lane expounds at length on how one determines just what does qualify as a "sports car."
David Lane outlines the procedure for troubleshooting common starting-system failures.
David Lane writes about the importance of regular radiator cap replacement.
David Lane discusses the value of adjustable shock absorbers (dampeners) to the weekend racer.
Rx-7net veteran Tuck gives the rundown on his car-care routine.
It may sound silly if you've been doing it so long you could perform the procedure in the dark, but those just starting out need adequate instruction.
David Lane analyzes test data provided by The Tire Rack to determine which spring types perform best in different situations.
David Lane reviews a recent text by Corky Bell, propietor of Bell Engineering (formerly CarTech), a significant manufacturer of aftermarket forced-induction systems.
A handful of suggestions regarding various vehicle cleaning treatments.
A very clever way to determine your ideal tire pressure without the aid of a pyrometer.
How to bring that weathered, abused, aging paint right back to life.
A few things to consider if you're planning on upgrading your aging OE air conditioning system.
How to determine what amount of error you'd introduce into your speedometer's readings by deviating from an OE wheel & tire setup.
A few good pointers on caring for your turbocharged engine.
On the pros & cons of adding a Beartracker to your "trooper-evasion arsenal."
David Lane discusses what sort of information you can and cannot expect your A/F meter & EGT gauge to provide you with.