It can be hard choosing a fuel for your engine when selecting a new car.
We look at the many different types of fuel on the market, suggestions advantages and disadvantages for each and where possible we outline options to convert engines to run on them.
Read up on Ethanol E85 gas fuel find out what it is, what octane which cars can happily run it and how to convert a car to use it. We also look at the advantages and disadvantages of E85 fuel.
E85 is a term used to refer to rich ethanol-gas fuel blends that contain a 51%-83% ethanol ratio depending on the season and geography of use.
Find out how to avoid wasting fuel with our hypermiler fuel saving tips and advice. Follow these fuel saving tips to save 20% of your annual fuel bill.
Most drivers are wasting fuel by ignoring a few simple fuel saving principles.
As induction kits are probably one of the most popular modifications for car tuning projects we thought we should add a introductory article to explain what they are, what they do and the theory behind them.
An induction kit is quite simply an air filter. Most cars have air filters mounted in an air box. These filters are generally constructed of paper which filters out the particles from the air and prevents these from getting into the engine. The airboxes are designed to reduce the noise of the engine and have various vanes and angles cut to maximise this noise reduction.