Cylinder head repairs like this don’t normally get done, but Steve Morris of @stevemorrisracing always seems to find a way!
Steve puts finishing touches on repairing his billet aluminum engine block for the wagon’s SMX engine.
After every connecting rod in Steve Morris’ SMX engine effectively crumbled, his SMX billet block was in rough shape. The question he was confronted with was whether to fix the block or not – he decided to make the necessary repairs. Watch below.
The kit comes complete, packaged in a convenient case with a precision drill bit, tap, locking fluid, ProSerts, and insert tool, all made right here in the United States of America.
The Save The Salt Foundation has made repairs to breaches at the Bonneville Salt Flats, the location of the Bonneville International Raceway.
Heavy-Duty diesel vehicles and machines have their fair share of flaws, and it’s important for owners and contractors to know about common failures and what replacement parts they’ll need for a fix.
When dealing with high-performance engines, it’s imperative to know a thing or two about crack detection!
Salvaging Cracked or Flawed Engine Parts through Detection and Repairs Cracks are often blamed as the cause of a head failure. In many instances, the cracks are not the cause of the failure, but a symptom of another underlying problem such as overheating, detonation or incorrect installation (wrong torque on head bolts, dirty bolt threads,
Head gasket failure has been something Subaru has struggled with to some extent since the 1980s. There are many thoughts as to why head gasket failure on Subaru has continued. As a shop owner who specializes in the repair of Japanese vehicles, I thought I’d share some tips on Subarus. Head gasket failure has been