Technical Bulletins and Brochures from MS MotorService International
- Pressure Oil Filling on Reconditioned Engines
- Cracked Connecting Rods – important information on handling
- Damage to Crankshafts
- Swirl Chamber Inserts – the correct handling of older cylinder heads
- Broken Valve at End of Stem – valve timing errors are the principal cause
- Engine Installation and Initial Start Up – checklist for avoiding consequential faults
- Damage Due to Engine Running- In During Idling
- Grinding Cast Crankshafts
- Cylinder Liners with Fire Rings – design, function and installation instructions
- Cylinder Chamfers During Engine Reconditioning Work
- Stem Fractures on Intake and Exhaust Valves
- Oil Cooler Service Notes
Mike Mavrigian has been building and writing about engines almost as long as there has been internal combustion. He has written thousands of technical articles and several books, and is a technical editor and feature writer for Engine Professional Magazine. Mike’s shop, Birchwood Automotive, specializes in street performance and racing engines and vehicle restoration.
Hands-on education, information and Q&A with the performance engine industry’s leading manufacturers, suppliers and engine builders on-demand.
A collection of fast, informal instructional videos that help make surface texture understandable for those who rely on the information but aren't necessarily experts in the field. Each video takes a single concept down to the level of a simple drawing in real time, in five minutes or less.
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API Engine Oil Information
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This extensive gallery of Banks Power videos features everything from Gale walking through the shop checking things out, to racing, engine and vehicle testing, product development and so much more. Here are a few of our favorites...
Tech Talk 1
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Tech Talk 2
Air Superiority: Sometimes it's good to be dense
Tech Talk 3
Life After Wide Open Throttle: Turbocharging and supercharging
Intercoolers Don't Care
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