Automotive Battery Voltage Indicator for Lithium & Lead-Acid Batteries – Guide

Last updated on December 9th, 2018

Nothing sucks more than turning your ignition key…only for nothing to happen. Well, almost nothing. It goes head-to-head with having to repair a flat tire on the go. The best way to avoid a dead battery is to check its voltage every once in a while. There are a few ways to make that job a bit easier. One interesting option I’ve found recently is the JS-8T Battery Voltage Indicator. What makes it pretty unique is that it’s compatible with any battery chemistry, including Lithium and Lead-Acid. That makes it perfect for cars, motorcycles and RC devices alike. Plus, it sure beats having to dust-off your jumper cables.

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Electrical Repair – To Crimp or Solder?

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Last updated on December 10th, 2018

Most people wouldn’t believe how controversial this topic still is. Should I crimp or solder this connection? Ask this in any forum and you’ll find opponents willing to passionately debate the topic to death.

On one side you’ll find those who will quickly crimp a connection without giving it a second thought and go on with their day. On the other side you’ll find those more than happy to call the first group “hacks” or lazy. They will insist that a soldered connection is much more reliable and has better performance. But who is right? The truth of the matter isn’t that simple. This won’t settle the crimp or solder discussion, but it will provide valuable insight. Continue reading “Electrical Repair – To Crimp or Solder?”

2010 Hyundai Genesis Coupe Rear Spoiler Install

2010 Hyundai Genesis Coupe Rear Spoiler Install

Last updated on December 10th, 2018

It’s one thing to bolt or stick on accessories, but drilling into your trunk (or any other part of your car’s bodywork for that matter) is not for the faint of heart. This guide is pretty much aimed at giving anybody the confidence to drill their trunk in order to install a Genesis Coupe Rear Spoiler. The OEM, or non-OEM version. If you don’t have a Genesis, than it’s still probably a pretty decent starting point if their isn’t a specific spoiler install tutorial for your vehicle. Continue reading “2010 Hyundai Genesis Coupe Rear Spoiler Install”