Rear-Mount Turbo Vs. Traditional?

Answer Traditional turbochargers mount to the engine's exhaust manifold, under the hood. As many engine bays are cramped, adding an aftermarket traditionally mounted turbocharger to a vehicle can be diffi... Read More »

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Single Rear-Mounted Turbo Vs. Front-Mounted Twin Turbo?

Whether or not forced induction (via a single or multiple turbochargers) will add power is beyond dispute at this point; decades of testing and domination in racing have proven that much. The prima... Read More »

How to Replace a 350 Turbo Transmission Mount?

The transmission mount holds the tail of the transmission up so that the drive shaft lines up properly, and so that the transmission doesn't fall out of the vehicle. The transmission mount is a rub... Read More »

How to Install the Rear Seal on a Turbo 350 Transmission?

General Motors installed the 350 Turbo Hydra-Matic three-speed automatic transmission in a number of its models between 1964 and 1972. Since these are vintage vehicles, there's is a good chance the... Read More »

How to Mount a Rear Sway Bar?

Most cars come with a front sway bar, which is located underneath the vehicle and helps improve handling, particularly during tight corners. If you want to further improve handling, one option is t... Read More »