In this video, Wayne Scraba continues his work on his Chevy Nova. He has hand-built the front brake lines and at the same time, plumbed the Roll Control (“Line Lock”).
Wayne tells Vette Vues that it takes a long time to build lines like this and “in this case, the process consumed the better part of a week.”
Follow along in the video and Wayne will show you the finished product as well as the tools and equipment he used.
“I’ll also give you some tips and insight into working with stainless line. It IS possible to build stainless hard line at home and make them leak free!”
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We are looking at part 2 of the radiators for a high-performance Corvette engine. This article appeared in our December 2018 issue of Vette Vues Magazine titled “High-Performance Radiators Are Not Created Equal” by Wayne Scraba.
We look at High-Performance Radiators for Corvettes and find that they are not created equal. Part 1 of 2 parts.
Lone Wolf Hot Rods shares with Vette Vues how to build a high quality, low friction rod end clutch linkage at home.
Wayne Scrabe shares his secrets on how to build a permanent bump switch.
Wayne Scraba is one of our reader’s favorite writers in each issue of Vette Vues Magazine. He has also made some videos we would like to share with you. Wayne’s newest video is about floor jacks. Wayne shares tips on how to pick a floor jack.
In this video, Wayne Scraba shows us how-to establish a baseline idle mixture setting for your Holley carburetor and how to fine-tune idle mixture and idle speed for your application.
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- JANUARY 2021 VETTE VUES MAGAZINE ISSUE PREVIEWToday on our blog we are looking at the Vette Vues Magazine January 2021 issue. We are looking at the articles that our Corvette magazine subscribers are enjoying again this month. Vette Vues Magazine is a print publication and sold by subscription only. We started in 1972 and have enjoyed continuous monthly publication ever since!
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