Will these wheels fit?

There are fewer questions other than perhaps, "what oil should I use?" that have been asked more times in more venues than, "Will these wheels fit?"  I have often wondered if Thor, "the self-proclaimed inventor of the wheel" was constantly bugged by new wheel owners about wheel fitment.  In this article, I will attempt to break down the wheel specifications that will fit on a Genesis Coupe, the terminology, and hopefully, shed some light on the great mystery that is wheels.
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How much HP does that make?

How many times have you seen this question asked and wondered what the true relevance was? It would seem that the first and only goal of a new car enthusiast is making the car go faster, and to that end, Horsepower numbers rule them all... but is that really the case? In this article, we put horsepower in context with other performance measures and discuss outcomes and goals.
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Daniel Bernoulli and why he should matter to you

Daniel Bernoulli was a mathematician and physicist who specialized in fluid mechanics... the study of the effects of forces and energy on liquids and gasses. Why should this matter to you? Because air is a gas and exhaust is a gas and the mechanical principles on how gasses impact how your car performs is directly related to these two gasses. This article discusses the impact of aerodynamic principles on your car and your exhaust system.
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The truth about ethanol

If you read some propaganda out there, ethanol is the ultimate fuel. It's made from a renewable source, it's good for the environment, and it's cheaper to put into your tank. But what is the truth about ethanol? Is it really better for the environment than gasoline? Is it really cheaper to use? Why do street racers use E85 as their fuel of choice for making big power? This article answers these questions and more...
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What is Horsepower and Why Doesn’t it Tell the Whole Story?

A horsepower (HP) is a unit of power that was created to compare the power output of steam engines with the power of draft horses. Yes... that's right, steam engines and horses. It is derived by taking the torque produced by an engine, multiplying it by the RPM and dividing that by 5252. In theory, this number could produce a number that could be used to cross compare different engines on a level playing field.
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