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The IEA predicts EV’s to make up only 15% of new car sales in 2030, contrasting with the Biden Administration’s 67% target. Are we Surprised?
It doesn’t seem like American’s are rushing to adopt electric vehicles as their primary vehicle, and that is at odds with the goals of the EPA and Biden Administration. It looks like, unless major breakthroughs are made in EV technology, that the combustion engine will still reign supreme.
Great Customer Service Begins with Knowledge
Enginetech Engineer, Will Pollard, began hosting monthly engine workshops this year to teach new, inexperienced teammates the basics. The classes are open to anyone at Enginetech who is interested in learning more about the engine parts we sell, and how they fit together in the internal combustion engine. Class topics include engine anatomy, functionality, and part-specific FAQs. This allows our sales team to be credible, and truly understand our customers when speaking with them, a major benefit that few competitors manage to provide their customers.
Enginetech Product Packaging Evolution
Enginetech has a rich history of innovation. We listen to YOU, our customers, and make improvements so that together we are all less stressed and more profitable. One example of this is the evolution of our Piston Ring packaging over the years. What better way to look back at the history and improvements we’ve made along the way than just looking at our product boxes. In this video, Pete, Team Leader of Operations, explains the various changes in Enginetech’s product packaging.
The EV in 2023
Are Electric Vehicles better or worse than owning a gasoline-powered vehicle? What are the maintenance costs? EV’s are expensive to buy, but how expensive are they to own? Do they have less maintenance than traditional gas-powered cars? Are there any hidden expenses nobody talks about?
How to Read your Enginetech Part Number
Can you read Enginetech part numbers to determine the best parts for your engine build? In this blog you will learn how to decode numbers on piston rings, valves, and gaskets.
Engine Tips for Extreme Winter Weather
It’s that time of year again, when the days are short, the wind is brisk, and the low temperatures can bring mayhem for drivers. Many inexperienced drivers do not fully understand how to combat freezing temperatures. Here at Enginetech HQ in Texas, winter weather comes swiftly for one or two
Switzerland might become the first country in the world to restrict Electric Vehicle charging this winter.
Electric vehicles may face restrictions this winter.
Enginetech Employees Ran in the Dallas Turkey Trot.
Team Enginetech at the finish line of the 2022 Dallas Turkey Trot.
Enginetech President and Operations Manager Enter and Win at Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals.
This month, Joe and Pete Munoz entered Pete’s 1969 Chevelle Malibu, that Joe did a full restoration on, into the Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals in Chicago.
AAPEX and SEMA Show 2022: an Enginetech Recap
Earlier this month, Enginetech was in Las Vegas at the AAPEX and SEMA show.
For many of our show veterans, it was nice to see so much turn out after a couple of trying years. For our newest addition to the team, and the person writing this article, seeing the show for the first time was incredible.
Enginetech History with Doug Anderson.
During Enginetech’s 40th Anniversary year, we as a company are taking time to reflect on the last 40 years. Our business has a very rich and interesting history, one that we are proud to share with our customers. Enginetech’s history is an important part of our identity, and it serves
Engine Part Tolerances and Measurements
The measure of engineering precision is called “tolerance.” Tolerance can be a plus or minus number, and refers to the measurement of a specific engine part, such as the thickness of a cylinder wall, for instance. There is also clearance to consider. In the automotive engines’ world, this refers to the
Top 5 Most Frequently Replaced Engine Parts
The engine is by far the most complicated and expensive system in a vehicle to repair. Repair or replacement of a car engine can cost more than $10,000, especially in larger vehicles like a truck or an SUV. Even so, engine replacement or rebuild is often a smart and viable
Understanding Your Engine-Related Warning Lights
Many motorists have no idea what certain warning lights mean on their car. However, these lights serve as important alerts to drivers of potential dangers. Everyone should at least be aware of the most important warnings, the ones that if not addressed immediately, will cause your engine serious damage. Far
Are You Road Trip Ready This Summer?
It’s officially summer! And despite the rising gas prices, summer is still road trip season. Wherever you are going, you should venture out prepared for anything. Whether you like to think about it or not, the average road-tripper will encounter unforeseen obstacles while on the road. Whether it’s wildlife in