Assemblies Articles

Ogre lead

I recently discovered Andrew Johnson, (known as @aj217_hertz on instagram) while checking out some wire harnesses. Andrew is working on customizing the audio system in his revamped 96’ Honda Accord and is using Sky High Car Audio systems (@skyhighcaraudio). His personalized wire harness caught my eye, and I’m sure it would catch yours!

Lexus lead

Pushing the limits is what separates us from the apes. Humans don’t need to get to their next meal at 170mph but for many of us it feels good to know we could if we wanted to. All this power comes with a heavy burden on the engineers at Lexus to fit more power into a small space and they did it in style...

Honda lead

This 2002 Satin Silver Metallic Honda Civic EX with a EM2 Chassis is a highlight project of its builder Raymond Humphrey, known as @em2r.ay on Instagram. The car has been upgraded with...

Havoc lead

Chris Mears had all of the audio cables from his entire home converge into one spot and end on a shelf in his closet. The massive quantity of wires were unorganized and unprotected, coming out of a roughly cut hole in the wall. To clean up and protect his wires...

Underhood lead

I had a chance to drive and look under the hood of a new 2014 BMW M6. Nothing to say but Wow! This is one of the most amazingly powerful and richly detailed vehicles I have ever sat in, no less been fortunate enough to drive.To my great pleasure I found...

Automechanika lead

Techflex’s week at the (September 16th-20th) 2014 Automechanika was amazing. We met so many interesting and creative people that we are really glad we were there. This show had a lot of fun demonstrations and great European cars that my NJ eyes never got tired of seeing...

Racing lead

In the world of great engine builders Roush Yates has earned its place on top. The 3.5l V6 twin turbo in the Ford booth at SEMA 2013 is a great example of craftsmanship combined with engineering. The Harnessing was also top shelf with...

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