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The Best Car Modification You Can MakeThe Best Car Modification You Can Make

What is the best modification you can make to your car? Finding the best car mod is actually very easy. Its not an ECM tune. It’s not a performance exhaust, lowering springs, brake upgrades or window tint. The best performance modification for a vehicle is the DRIVER MOD!

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How To Replace a Radiator, and Fill Cooling System

Radiator leaking? Today we learn how to replace a leaking radiator in my car. Radiator leaks are common, and can be an easy part to replace. I also found a second coolant leak at the radiator hose. Today we replace a radiator hose, replace the radiator, and fill and bleed the cooling system

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Many of you have asked about supporting the show. For that I thank you. For now, the best things you can do are SHARE THE SHOW, and shop with my links on Amazon. You will not spend any more money that you would normally. Here is the Amazon link Humble Mechanic on Amazon or you can check out some recommended tools I have listed below.

Listen to the Show
It is finally here! The audio only version of the Humble Mechanic Podcast. So many of you wanted to listen on the go, in the car, working out, and now you can. While I wait for iTunes, Google approval you can listen to the show here on the blog. Once those approvals come, you will be able to subscribe and download the audio podcasts from your favorite place.

 

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Tools used for radiator replacement:

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As always I love to hear your thoughts. Please post them in the comments section below. Again, if you have any questions, email me Charles(at)humblemechanic(dot)com with Question for Charles in the subject. Also if you have an idea for a show, contact me via email, or use the contact me form!

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Brake Caliper Stiffening Kit ~ How To Install and How it Works

How to install Tyrol Brake stiffening kit on MK4 R32. This Brake Stiffening kit prevents the caliper flex inherent in the stock rubber design. This flex leads to uneven pad wear and rotor deposits under hard usage. One note after talking with Tyrol, this is not meant to change pedal feel. If you experience any change in pedal feel, that is an added bonus. The kit is very simply meant to apply more even brake pressure with less flex in the caliper.

This DIY is pretty straight froward and requires only some basic hand tools. I have listed some tools below if you find you are missing anything. Be sure to follow the rest of the R32 restoration and rehab.

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