In anticipation of the new RallyX season, I was ready to make some upgrades on my Subaru. I started by swapping out the clutch and adding a lightweight flywheel and crank pulley. This really freed the engine up, allowing it to rev easily. I also added a Borla header, a track pipe, and a Greddy Evo2 ca-back to free up the exhaust and allow the engine to breathe better.Read Subaru Impreza Upgrades
Compton, California (February 15, 2017) – 4 Wheel Parts President and CEO, Greg Adler, stepped out from behind his desk and into the driver’s seat to take his #210 Ultra4 Jeep to the finish line of what is widely considered the world’s most challenging single day off-road race – The 2017 King of the Hammers – this past weekend.Read GREG ADLER AND TEAM 4 WHEEL PARTS CONQUER KING OF THE HAMMERS
I currently own 2 Jeeps.
One is the pink (used to be green) rock crawling competition Jeep. It was originally a 1997 TJ Wrangler SE. The only part on it that is original is the frame. The body tub has been swapped from a 2000 TJ, the grille is an aftermarket piece from Crown Automotive, and the engine is a 4.3L Vortec out of a 2003 GM truck. This thing is a driving billboard for parts available through 4Wheel Drive Hardware. Here is a list of parts you can find on this rig:Read My Two Jeep Wrangers
Instead of writing an eight page report on all of the jeeps, trucks, and SUVs I have owned, I will instead stick to the majors. The major vehicles will include a 1989 XJ Cherokee, 1976 CJ5, 1995 YJ Wrangler, and finally a 1997 TJ Wrangler.Read Jeep Upgrades
I bought my truck in May and by June most of the work you see here was done. The truck currently sits with a 6″ lift, 3″ suspension, and 3″ body. The suspension lift started with Sway-a-Way RaceRunner 2 ½ inch front bolt-in coil overs and rear shocks with blocks. For the upper control arms out front I went with the Total Chaos kit that has stock length 4130 chromoly a-arms that have been powder and clear coated.Read Toyota Tundra Upgrades