External Engine Parts
Your engine is the most important part of your vehicle, and the most expensive component to replace if it fails, so it makes sense to properly maintain that mill and use the best parts. We can help on both counts, with maintenance products like oil and filters to keep your engine going, and the finest quality replacement components if repairs are needed. Be good to your engine and you’ll get many miles of great performance in return.
An Engine Torque Damper is designed to reduce engine movement and therefore improve handling and traction. This will help reduce wheel hop, improve cornering and stability, and help the engine stay planted during quick shifts and launches.
Oil caps might look fairly simple and harmless, but it's vital that they're there and in top nick if you want your engine to work properly. Basically, the oil cap is just a small plastic cap which sits on top of the oil inlet, stopping dirt and grime from getting in.
The inside of your motor is a filthy place—oil & fuel is sloshed over churning metal parts. With so much going on inside that hunk of metal under the hood, it's no wonder oily-messes build up where they shouldn't. Our catch cans keep messy oil & fuel vapors from creeping into the motor's intake and clogging up vital parts.
Oil Filters are one of the most critical maintenance items in your vehicle. Motor oil is the “life blood” of your vehicle’s engine. It primary purpose is to lubricate the engine and carry or suspend contaminant through the oil filter in order remove them from the oil. The oil filter works with the engine oil to block contaminants from entering your vehicle’s engine.
Oil pans are detachable mechanisms made out of thin steel and bolted to the bottom of the crankcase. To maximize its function, it is molded into a deeper section and mounted at the bottom of the crankcase to serve as an oil reservoir. The oil pan also hosts the oil pump and on the bottom of which is the oil drain plug. When an engine is at rest, the oil pan gathers the oil as it flows down from the sides of the crankcase.
Your timing chain needs oil from the engine to stay lubricated and things can get a little messy in the process. Keeping the oil flow from spraying all over the engine, and possibly causing engine breakdown from oil starvation, your timing cover has a serious task to tackle.