Lead, don’t follow. Innovate, don’t copy. Be creative and stretch boundaries. These are just a few of the ideas thoseLearn more »
Having fun with my new Density gauges which are iDash 1.8 gauges. I like to call them MMI (Man MachineLearn more »
There’s something different about the 2017 L5P Duramax. Well… there’s a lot different, actually, and we’ll cover a lot ofLearn more »
When you ask folks about fuel for your car or truck you’ll end up with a whole bunch of factsLearn more »
I spent last weekend (not this one that just passed but the other one) in Las Vegas with my buddies from Bosch. We were in the city of sin to set up Bosch’s Learning Center for the Alternative Fuels & Vehicles National Conference that was being held there. It’s kind of hard to think of diesel as an “alternative” fuel since it’s been around for such a long time, but it’s lumped into the same category as all of the future fuels that are making headlines these days. I’m going to list these different fuels in an upcoming blog and go over what makes them real – or just plain wishful thinking…Learn more »
There are lots of articles being written about “home-brewed” biodiesel today but I’ve felt that most of these backyard projects getting ink are the automotive equivalent of brewing moonshine. I say this, because while the end result is probably combustible in a diesel engine, the biodiesel fuel produced is not refined and finished to any known standard.
Here’s a project worth mentioning for a variety of reasons. Technology Teacher, Michael Winters, at San Gabriel, California’s Gabrielino High School’s Tongva Technology Center began an Eco-Fuel Research Project five years ago to educate his students on the benefits of alternative fuels.Learn more »