In my last article, I mentioned the multitude of differing opinions available on the Internet regarding the direction drivers new to tuning and modifying cars should focus their initial attention. … Continue Reading Opinion: First Five Modifications for the New Tuner
Deciding how to begin modifying a car can be a daunting experience, especially if it is your first foray into modifying vehicles in general. Inevitably, potential-tuners will turn to internet … Continue Reading Review: Fiesta ST Accelerator Pedal Spacer by Active Shift Designs
The Internet. That great dumpster of Society’s mass of data, where beating the proverbial dead horse is a favorite pass-time. No matter the entirety of a consensus, there will always … Continue Reading Strut Tower Bracing: Armrests or Results?
You’ve done it. You said you never would, but you finally succumbed to societal conformity: you’ve got yourself the US average 1.9 children, a respectable home, and a nice career … Continue Reading Review: 2015 Ford Expedition EL 4×4
Today, a huge importance has been put on things being ‘all natural’. This ranges from our food, clothes, soaps, and many things besides. Things that would seem immune from this … Continue Reading Quiet Riot: Enhanced Engine Sounds
While most people baby their new car, protecting it from any and all damage, dirt, and any other imagined slights—at least for the first few months—I have taken a bit … Continue Reading Fiesta ST: Mountune Symposer Delete Install and Impressions
For the previous five decades, while the automotive world has grown and evolved, wheel diameter sizes have stayed relatively the same. While early economy cars could be had with extraordinarily … Continue Reading Review: 17in Wheels and Tires—Odd Man Out
Anyone who watches Top Gear/The Grand Tour will know what the trio think of Americans. We are fat, stupid, and stubborn. It isn’t a good combination, and sadly this view … Continue Reading Desktop Drives: Audi S3 vs BMW M240xi
There are few things as pervasive in our society as the automobile. As such, our society has turned a small number of important cars into icons, something which almost everyone … Continue Reading 2016 Honda Civic Touring Review
Unless you come from a real ‘car family’ being a young automotive enthusiast sucks. Chances are you don’t have tons of money, you don’t have tons of experience, and your … Continue Reading 2002 Ford Focus SVT Review: Not A Honda!
This week we are continuing the ‘America’s Drift Heroes’ series into its third installment, and as such this on-paper comparison will not really be looking at the interior or daily … Continue Reading Desktop Drives: America’s Drift Heroes–Pony Car Edition
While one day I would love to go to SEMA, for now I am stuck along with most everybody, and must follow the online coverage from various media outlets. While … Continue Reading 3 Favorite Manufactures from SEMA 2016
If you like to read about cars on the Internet, then you have come across a slideshow or a video featuring a list of trivia. Top 10 strange production engines, … Continue Reading 7 Worst and Strange Cup Holders
Last week’s review detailed the Valentine One Radar Detector, and looks at how that was the best radar detector to pass through my hands. In fact, it is hard to imagine … Continue Reading Cobra iRadar: Only Slightly Better Than an Actual Canary
‘Desktop Drives’ is certainly not a unique concept. In fact, thousands of car shoppers do it every day, to a certain extent. While in a perfect world every car buyer … Continue Reading Desktop Drives: Camry vs Korea
To be a ‘car person’ today, is the best time in the brief history of the automobile. Cars are gaining a consistent quality across the board, benefiting everyone, and in … Continue Reading Modern Car Culture