How to Fix a Head Gasket Leak in Your Car

Rev up your engines! [MUSIC PLAYING] It’s time for scottykilmer.com When a customer comes to me with a car that has an engine with a leaking head gasket, I tell them they have two choices. They can either have me pull the head off of the engine and replace the head gasket and any other […]

Engine Porting Kit & How To DIY from Eastwood

Today we’re gonna talk about something that may be magic to some others might just be the normal course of building a motor but it’s porting a cylinder head you’ve already upgraded exhaust carburetor maybe even a cam now what you want to do is get the most efficiency you can out of better flowing […]

How to Tie a Bandana

How to Tie a Bandana. Wearing a bandana has many benefits, including protecting your head from the sun and keeping it dry. Keep your cool and learn to tie a bandana. You will need Bandana Flat surface and head. Step 1. Spread out your bandana on a flat surface. Step 2. Fold one corner of […]

TOP 10 Accidents In Metal Industry

top ten accidents and metal smelting number ten slag explosions slag or metal waste is the waste material after or purification that will not be used in the metal processing though there has been a progress in recycling this waste material in the last years a significant portion of it is still stored as dump […]

Vlog #4 – What is the difference between ABS and HDPE? (in hard hats)

Hello Matthew Judson at JSP Ltd One of the common questions we get about helmets is What is the difference between ABS and HDPE Ok yeah thats another common question ABS HDPE um there is two types of material that we are commonly using ABS which is Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene which is a very stiff […]

Master Welder

Oah, man what a boring day You’re safe now, stay here. You’ll be freed soon. Where am i supposed to go you asshole? Nooo, not again! Oh no, it’s the Master Welder Muhahahaha, I’m going to kill you slowly now I can do better It’s alright, you’re safe now The Hostages are secured, send in […]

How To Solder a 3.5mm, ⅛”, or Mini Headphone Connector

Hi I’m Benson with Linxus Communications Today we’re going to teach you how to correctly solder at 3.5 millimeter connector the 3.5 millimeter connector also known as mini plug ⅛” Jack or your common headphone jack can be used to plug into an mp3 player a CD player or a stereo. For this project you […]