Category Archives: How To

Porsche 911 DIY Wheel Spacer Installation (Wide Body)

This is a video showing how easy it is to add a little attitude to your 911/997 Porsche Carrera S by adding 15mm spacers in the rear and 7mm spacers to the front.

Rear 15mm

DIY Porsche Cayenne Key FOB Battery Replacement

A key FOB Battery cost HOW MUCH! DIY Porsche Cayenne Key FOB Battery Replacement.

You will be shocked at how much mark up Batteries Plus is tacking on you your car FOB Remote battery. We hope this short tutorial helps you put a few dollars back in your pocket.

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DIY – $10.00 Porsche 911 Exhaust Mod (AKA Fister and Gundo Hack)

This is a video showing you how to improve the sound of your 911 (997.1) Exhaust for under $10.00 with the Full Octane Exhaust Mod (AKA Fister and or Gundo Hack).

As part of this video we have included a Porsche 911 Exhaust 101 along with a detailed explanation on how the Full Octane Mod (AKA Fister and or Gundo Hack) works.

We have included step by step instructions, feel free to ask us any questions.

Removing and Storing the Freedom Roof Panels for the Jeep Wrangler Unlimited

Today the Full Octane Garage will cover, with the help of our good friend Elvis from the Golden Drive and our fellow Jeep enthusiast, Zlatko, how to remove and store the Freedom Panels on a 2017 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sport!

WeatherTech Mud Flaps For Your GMC Denali (Installation & Review)

This video covers the Review & Installation of WeatherTech No-Drill Mud Flaps for a 2018 GMC Denali

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UnderCover Bed Cover for your GMC Truck

The Full Octane Garage covers the unboxing, installation and operation of the UnderCover Bed Cover on a 2018 GMC 1500 Sierra. and …. Yes there are Outtakes….

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Harbor Freight One Man Brake Bleeder Product Review

This is a review of a one man pneumatic brake bleeder from Harbor Freight. The results are surprising!

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Trailer Rehab – FRP Trailer Wall Repair/Replacement – Part 1

We created this video as a trailer rehab project on what needs to be done and can be done to an older enclosed trailer. This also has a focus on trailers with Fiberglass Reinforced Panels (FRP) where repair or panel replacement is required.

1950 Chevy Truck F-Body Manifold Modification For LS

It was time to start thinking about the exhaust manifold for the LS 5.3 we dropped into our 1950 Chevy Truck project. The frame is very narrow and we were determined to have a 2 joint steering column. The stock cast iron 5.3 truck manifolds did not come close to working so we borrowed a friends rear drop block hugger headers and those also did not work.

We had stock set of F-Body Firebird manifolds which were steel instead of cast so we tried to fit them in and the passenger side was fine and the drivers side was very close but the O2 sensor and bung were hitting the steering shaft. I figured if I could cut out the O2 bung and weld in a replacement section with a slight indentation it should clear fine. We did just that and we also moved the O2 bung more towards the front and inside of the engine and it clears great now.

While we were welding we cut off all of the emissions provisions and welded plugs in so it looks like they were never there.

Here is the scoop on the drivers side. As you an see when it had the shield and O2 bung in place the single steering rod would not clear.


Retrofit Modern Gauges in 1950 Chevy Truck

We decided to Retrofit Modern Gauges in our 1950 Chevy Truck project but it turned out to be a bit more complicated that we had anticipated. The Dolphin gauges use a 5 inch so when we went to install them in the truck dashboard they went right through the hole. At that point we posted some questions on the forums and a few owners suggested a new bezel and mount kit from Classic Instruments.

We ordered the parts and the Dolphin gauges fit perfectly and the new bezel fits the dash nicely. The mounting kit, not so much. We had to do some bending to make the mounting brackets match up to the studs that stick out of the dash but they are thin metal which is fairly easy to bend.

Bottom line is the Classic Instruments kit will work with the Dolphin Gauge set.

The parts required can be found on the Classic Instruments web site.

47-53 Chevy Truck Bezel- Available is all series part#BZ4753 (Note you will need to order TWO of these even though they are pictured in a pair) Ask me how I learned this 🙂

47-53 GM Pickup Mounting Kit part #MTBRGMK (One kit for 2 holes)

This picture shows the adapter ring installed on the left gauge.