30 Jun 2022 / By Taz Quinn-Walshe
It's a common misconception that you need to pre-heat some engines because tolerances are so tight that they will not turn over at all when cold.
29 Jun 2022 / By Taz Quinn-Walshe
This is a common question that does not always have a simple answer but with the help of the team over at Tactrix we have something short and simple here that will at least help point you in the right direction! There are really several levels of EcuFlash "working" with...
28 Jun 2022 / By Taz Quinn-Walshe
Just when you thought all the ways possible to lose what would have been a solid lap time are discovered, another issue comes out of the woodwork.
27 Jun 2022 / By Taz Quinn-Walshe
Converting a FWD Honda to a RWD platform is not easy task, but it does come with some solid benefits as we will discuss looking at this F20c powered space framed Honda Prelude [TECH TOUR].
24 Jun 2022 / By Peter Kelly
No matter how you feel about electric vehicles, there's no denying the incredible performance that can be achieved with these impressive driveline systems.
23 Jun 2022 / By Taz Quinn-Walshe
A big turbo and a small engine means lots of turbo lag right? Perhaps not!
Compressor surge is not a new issue in the drag racing world where the large turbo and small engine (small capacity) game was probably created, but for those circuit racing who want the benefits of a...
21 Jun 2022 / By Taz Quinn-Walshe
The strength of our factory block sometimes plays the limiting factor when it comes to making double, triple or over four times the power levels it was ever designed for by the OEM engineers who never planned for you to do anything other than keep up with servicing.
17 Jun 2022 / By Peter Kelly
You've seen him roasting tyres on Netflix, swinging wrenches on Donut Media's HiLow series, and smashing out laps in Formula D competition, and now Aaron Parker is here and ready to talk rotary engines, motorsport wiring, and a whole lot more on this week's episode of the HPA Tuned In...