MC Nab’s Guide to Buying Second-Hand Engines

The engine is perhaps the most important part of a car. After all, a car without one is basically a large tin can that cannot go anywhere and that is why many car owners ensure that they take good care of this important piece of equipment by having it checked regularly and by not abusing its capacity. However, there may be times when an engine stops functioning – whether it

Buying A Car Without Papers?

Have you spotted a car that looks too good to be true, with the only caveat being that it comes “without papers”? In most cases, it’s best to steer clear of any car that doesn’t come with registration papers, but there are a handful of exceptions, says Jeff Osborne of Gumtree South Africa. “You may be able to, for example, buy a car and rebuild it legally. You could also re-register the car. But in 99% of cases, you will

Why Use Engine Break-In Oil?

Engine building should go well if everything is done correctly. Once all the parts have been machined to the correct tolerances, assembled with the correct clearances and protected with the right kind of lubricant. Or, it can end disastrously if parts are too tight or too loose, if there’s not enough lubrication when the engine is first started, or if the motor oil being used during the break-in process fails to protect the cam and lifters or doesn’t

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