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Not Your Father’s Engine Builder

I’ve actually lost track of how long it’s been since people started claiming print was dead. It’s been a while! Now, I understand the ‘print is dead’ claim might be different for newspapers than it is for magazines, but I can tell you this – the content landscape has certainly been shifting. When I look

Jay Leno Joins SEMA Show New Products Breakfast

Jay Leno will kick off the 2021 SEMA Show as the featured guest of the New Products Breakfast on Tuesday, Nov. 2. Taking place before the SEMA Show floor officially opens that same day, the New Products Awards Breakfast is akin to an opening ceremony for the four-day event, where automotive innovation, technology, and advancement

Transtar Announces its Transend Technology

Transtar Industries, a leading distributor of automotive aftermarket transmission and driveline parts, has set the industry standard for ecommerce with the continued improvement of transend, an exclusive technology that allows customers to easily browse and purchase products.

APC Automotive Technologies Acquires DuraFit Brand

APC Automotive Technologies, LLC has acquired the complete assets of the DuraFit brand for its AP Emissions Technologies (AP Exhaust) division from Clean Diesel Technologies, Inc.

Self-Driving Cars Face Unexpected Challenges

According to the California Department of Motor Vehicles, driverlesss cars actually required the quick input of a human driver 2,578 times during testing in 2016. And that’s in California, where the people and the road conditions are beautiful!

Infiniti Announces VC-Turbo Engine Technology

Infiniti has revealed its ground-breaking new engine technology, the new VC-Turbo (Variable Compression Turbo). The VC-Turbo is the world’s first production-ready variable compression ratio engine.

Mercedes-Benz Invests Billions in New Engine Technology

With its completely newly developed family of diesel engines, Mercedes-Benz is the first manufacturer to put diesel vehicles on the market that already fulfil the stricter emission limits planned for the EU as of September 2017. This has been achieved through an integrated technology approach.

Direct Injection Gas and Diesel Technology

Direct injection is becoming standard on more and more late-model vehicles in both gasoline and diesel versions. These systems can be a diagnostic challenge, but with the right foundation, problems can be solved profitably. A better understanding of how they work can help you help your installer customers do a better job.

The STURM Group and MAG IAS Group Present Engine Technology of the Future

The STURM Group and the MAG IAS Group are presenting a world premier: the STURM coating center ACCS TWS aligned with SPECHT machining centers. The two collaborating companies offer a turnkey plant for the series production of cylinder blocks with thermal bore coating.

BorgWarner Awarded for its Turbocharging Technologies

BorgWarner Turbo Systems received an AutomotiveINNOVATIONS Award 2014 during a ceremony held recently in Frankfurt, Germany. Organized by the Center of Automotive Management (CAM) and PricewaterhouseCoopers, BorgWarner was honored in the Powertrain Technology category for a variety of turbocharging technologies, including regulated two-stage (R2S®) and three-stage (R3S) turbocharging systems and variable turbine geometry (VTG) turbochargers.

Motorist and Performance Interaction Has Moved Online. Have You?

The numbers are mind-boggling: 134 million smartphones are used in the U.S. alone and every quarter 8% more Americans select a smartphone.   By Uwe Kleinschmidt, CEO, AutoVitals The numbers are mind-boggling: 134 million smartphones are used in the U.S. alone and every quarter 8% more Americans select a smartphone. If that doesn’t surprise you,

2012 Engine Builder Tech Solutions Guide

Provides technical tips/solutions broken out by engine family – Ford, GM Chrysler, Import, Performance and Shop Tips. ( Click here for to download PDF)