Can You Mix 10w30 and 5w30?

can you mix 10w30 and 5w30 synthetic oil

Yes, you can mix them. They’re both very similar in viscosity and can be used interchangeably without negatively impacting your car’s performance. However, you need to know the right way to do this. Read on for a guide on how you can mix 10w30 and 5w30 oil. How to Mix 10w30 and 5w30 You can … Keep reading

LS3 Vs LS7 Engines – Differences & Similarities

LS3 vs LS7

The LS3 engine is a small block engine that was used in the Corvette C6, GTO, and Camaro while the LS7 is a small block engine that was used in the Z06 and ZR1 Corvettes. Both of these engines are very similar, but they have some differences. The main difference between the two engines is … Keep reading

862 Heads [862 LS Heads and their Specs]

862 heads

You might have heard a lot of different facts about LS 862 heads, and this makes you wonder what makes it stand out among all other cylinder heads. In this post, we’ll enlighten you on everything you need to know about them. We’ll also be giving you answers to some of the frequently asked questions … Keep reading

DOHC 16V – What is a DOHC 16 Valve Engine?

DOHC 16 valve engine

One crucial aspect of a car engine is how air and fuel get into its combustion chamber. The smoother this distribution happens, the better. In this post, I’ll explain the DOHC 16v engine, also known as the Dual Overhead Camshaft 16-valve engine. What is DOHC 16V? DOHC 16v means a 4-cylinder engine with 4 valves … Keep reading

Spoon Engine – Everything You Need To Know

spoon engine - what is a spoon engine

When we talk about engines, you might first think about different types of engines. However, you will not even think about spoon engines unless you are a racer or someone in love with racing and activities that relate to powerful engines. However, there is a type of engine known as the Spoon engine. These are … Keep reading

Reasons Why Your Engine Knocks on Startup Then Goes Away

Engine knock on startup then goes away

Engine knocks on startup affect a lot of cars. It’s not an uncommon issue, but it can be a very serious problem. In this article, I’ll explain the cause of your engine knocking noise. Is it something as simple as carbon buildup or something more complex like bearing damage? 1. Too Much Octane Rating The … Keep reading