Here's where we discuss popular car topics, give answers to some of the most asked questions, and weigh the pros and cons of various
car scenarios based on our decades of experience.
You may have heard the phrase, there’s no replacement for displacement. In terms of an engine, the displacement is the volume of the cylinder. It is part of what determines how much horsepower and torque an engine can produce. A larger cylinder volume means that the engine is consuming more fuel and therefore producing more power. The opposite is also true. A smaller cylinder volume means less fuel consumption and less power being made.
Cold weather is approaching and while we don’t always get freezing weather here in Texas, there’s still steps you can take to winterize your classic car for when those frigid temperatures hit no matter where you’re located. Here’s a list of what you can do to winterize your classic car during the cold winter months.
At Bumbera’s Performance, we pride ourselves on being one of the top mustang performance shops in the Houston area. We are insured, we have loads of experience modifying and tuning mustangs 2011 and newer, and we aim for open communication and the best customer service we can provide.
Classic car restorations have become somewhat of an icon with all of the TV shows produced around the topic. If you ever watched a car restoration show then you’ve probably seen that there’s a few different ways a classic car can be restored. There’s mild to wild and everything in between.In the classic car industry, there’s 4 main types of car restorations that professionals generally go by: a Driver, Street Show Restoration, Restomod, and a Concours Restoration.
Restomods have become increasingly popular over the last few years because of their ability to appeal to so many different people. You can see them headlining nearly every car show on TV.