Here at AMSOIL, we love everything with an engine. We are a company of car enthusiasts and we share your passion of working on our vehicles, fine-tuning their performance or cruising down the highway. The summer of 2016 was all about car shows. If we weren’t at a car show, we were prepping for the next
We recently sat down with AMSOIL Maintenance Technician (Buildings and Grounds) Justin Madsen, a championship-winning dirt-track racer, to dig into the racing scene and provide some tips for people interested in getting started. What tips do you have for someone interested in getting into racing? While it is fairly easy to get into racing, I would
Chainsaws are great tools – when they’re working properly. Here are five helpful tips to keep your chainsaw cutting strong.
Walk the aisles of most auto parts stores and you’ll find multiple “mechanic-in-a-bottle”-type additives that claim to restore transmission performance. The claims made typically include some variation of the following:
Guest Blog Post by Monica Pretzl Changing Your Own Oil is Quick and Easy Regular oil changes will prolong the life of your engine, and keep your bike running smoothly all season. Changing your own oil is easy to do, and it saves you time and money. We broke down the process into step-by-step directions
The days are getting shorter and the temps are getting cooler, which can only mean one thing: the season is upon is. You know what I’m talking about. It’s hunting season and many of you are ramping up.
Hollywood has a way of making ordinary things scary. Swimming in the ocean, stopping late at night at a motel…you never know when a Jaws or Psycho will show up. Unfortunately, the scene from “Terminator” with Arnold Schwarzeneggar behind the wheel of a big rig has occasionally caused quickened heartbeats when an 18-wheeler suddenly appears
Somewhere between Kansas City and St. Joseph, Mo., I gained a lifelong respect for truck drivers.
Yes. Test data repeatedly shows that synthetic motor oil outperforms conventional oil, delivering… Improved wear protection Better extreme-temperature performance Maximum fuel economy Longer service intervals Some of you are undoubtedly thinking, “But I’ve used conventional oil for years, and my engine runs fine.” It’s important to note I didn’t say all conventional oil is junk
That’s a good question. The short answer is, “Because the owner’s manual says you’re supposed to.” But why do we have to change it so often? Whether you learned it through your parents’ instructions or by reading the owner’s manual, you know that changing the oil from time to time is one of the responsibilities of