This is a channel whose value I cannot put into words. When I first bought my MIG welder and started learning how to use it, weldingtipsandtricks.com was one of my first stops. The amount of information and the way it’s presented is extremely helpful for a noob like me, and there’s probably content that suits more advanced welders that I haven’t looked into just yet. What I like best is the clear and close-up videos that show the weld puddle being moved around so you get a very clear view of what’s happening, and what you should be aiming for.
When Bamse was asked what the difference was between normal underpants and turbo underpants, his response was “the skidmarks are bigger”. Who can argue with that? Despite these videos being in Finnish, there’s no subtitles needed for the amount of rev-limiter bashing, exhaust popping, tyre frying burnouts that you’ll see. These guys are very entertaining, you get a real sense of comradery from the group from how they all band together to work on cars and just hang out with each other. Season one starts off with Bamse’s first Volvo nearing completion, then being thrashed at Gatebil for a few days. Season two and three revolve around the build of a new chassis (an older Volvo) which some parts from the previous car, but with a newer and much more serious engine build.
Check out the Eetzi Productions channel here.
CLICK HERE for Season 1
CLICK HERE for Season 2
CLICK HERE for Season 3
I’ve been binge-watching this awesome channel lately, and it’s all about the wrenching activity of a very funny and informative gear-head called Tom (although his overalls go by a different name). He has uploaded numerous videos on his various project cars, including a Mazda MX5, Mitsubishi Galant VR4, and a Buick Grand National (all turbocharged, duh!).
Head to Tom’s Turbo Garage to get aquainted with Tom and his little helper, Torch.
As I mentioned a few posts ago, I’ve really gotten into YouTube lately, so I figured I might as well share all the stuff that
keeps me from being more productive I view in moderation. I’ve decided to start a new post topic called What I’m Watching, which will show what I’m currently viewing. Videos that, while always automotive related, may or may not be build-oriented, and hopefully something to keep you entertained between build posts. To kick it off, here’s a video that I’ve watched numerous times, I just keep coming back to it to hear the sweet induction noise of the new Pagani without any fluffy visual effects or soundtracks to ruin it. Enjoy…