Electrolysis readily attacks engine metal parts and causes premature failure.
Synthetic lubricants are made of oil stocks that are highly refined.
Here’s a layman’s description of how a turbocharger can cause an engine to operate as if it were twice its mechanical size. Plus some tips for keeping turbochargers in tip-top shape.
Small engines have shorter duty cycles and this use changes maintenance needs.
Use this primer to help you choose the right volt meter for your needs.
Hot spots, particularly around the combustion chamber, can lead to coolant steaming and poor cooling.
The Successful Farming Engine Man answer a reader question about diesel fuel additives and storage fungicides
Successful Farming's Engine Man answers a reader's question trying to explain why engine alternators burn out.
The two fuel qualities serve to enhance engine performance in different ways.
Before you invest, know that aftermarket diesel tuners have limitations.