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Adding a Rear Sway Bar
88 Integra Build

At the last auto-x event I ran in, I managed to get the Integra up on two wheels not once, but twice. While kinda fun, I don’t wanna risk rolling the car and I figured it was time to take advantage of the last mod H Street permits and add a rear sway bar to try to dial down the absurd levels of body roll. Read more...

Replacing a Damaged B-Series Speedometer Gear

While installing an M-Factory LSD into my B18B1 (LS) transmission I made the dreaded mistake of damaging several teeth on the speedometer gear ring that sits on the differential. Read more...

Revival of the Hatch Part 1: Restarting a Forgotten Project

I’ve owned my 1993 Civic Hatch for about 10 years now but it’s sat neglected in my shop for the last 3. It was my first real project car, and the car I learned how to do almost everything on. Read more...

Stepping up my Auto-X Game
88 Integra Build

I’ve been having a blast auto crossing the Integra. It doesn’t have the most power, and it’s got enough body roll to lift a rear tire when making tight turns but I feel like I’m learning a ton and slowly getting better too! Read more...

Rust Repair Part 19: Salvaging What I Can of the Driver Side
XJ Build

There’s a lot of rust on the driver side of my XJ, but it’s not as bad as the passenger side used to be. Back when I first began on phase 2 of the rust repair, I purposely started on the passenger side as I thought it’d be the easier of the two sides, but it turns out that wasn’t the case. Read more...

Rust Repair Part 18: Diving Into the Driver Side and Fixing the Drip Rail
XJ Build

Having finished the passenger side, it was a little daunting looking at the completely untouched driver side knowing I had so much work ahead of me. I was a little worried I’d lose my motivation from analysis paralysis on where to start so I decided to dive right into it and start with the roof like I did on the passenger side. Read more...

Rust Repair Part 17: Finally Finishing the Passenger Quarter Panel
XJ Build

It’s taken me roughly 3 times as long as I imagined to finish all the work on the passenger side, but it’s been well worth the effort. To recap the past 6 months I’ve replaced: Read more...

Rust Repair Part 16: A New Rear Passenger Inner Wheel Well
XJ Build

Sometimes life does that thing where it gets in the way for awhile. The XJ ended up sitting and collecting dust for a few months due to other priorities eating up my time but I’m finally tearing back into it and making progress again. Read more...

Building My Ultimate Mig Cart

I’ve had my OG mig welder for about 8 years now. It’s just a little Lincoln Power Mig 140c but the thing has been an absolute unit for only being a 110v welder. Read more...

Beefing up a Budget Bead Roller

Something I’ve been wanting for a long time is a bead roller so I can make my patch panels look more authentic. But I always had my standards set really high and thought I needed a high end motorized bead roller that can do up to 36". Read more...