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Two Guys Garage hosts Kevin Byrd and Willie B are sharing their passion about all things automotive. Taking full advantage of the podcast format, the guys tackle a wide range of topics and conduct fact-and-fun-filled interviews with friends and leaders in the car space – all in the same freewheeling, just havin’-fun manner fans of the long-running MotorTrend TV series have been enjoying for years.

Two Guys Garage Podcast marks the first collaboration between Brenton Productions and iHeartRadiothe #1 podcast publisher in the U.S. available to listeners via a host of widely available distributors including iHeartRadio, Apple, Spotify and Stitcher.

38. The Third Pedal

38. The Third Pedal

For Kevin and Willie, driving is all about the fun factor, and that means throwing gears – we’re talking huge left thigh, major heel-toe clutch action. More discs = more torque, and that means twin, triple and now even quad disc clutches. On this episode, Geoff Gerko of Mantic Clutch exposes surprising ways clutches are wrecked, and reveals best practices for preserving them.

37. Pump It Up

37. Pump It Up

Today’s topic is fuel delivery – what to do and what not to do to keep fuel systems completely dialed in and up to snuff, especially at high horsepower. For the answer to these and other questions, the guys turn to Steve Matusek, President and Founder of Aeromotive Fuel Systems, where they’re doing things today that no one thought were even possible only three years ago.

36. Ford in 3D

36. Ford in 3D

Harold Sears is Additive Manufacturing Technical Leader at Ford’s Advanced Manufacturing Center, where he’s spearheading revolutionary developments in 3D technology “prototyping virtually everything from the road to the roof.” In this episode, Harold immerses Kevin and Willie in a futuristic automotive universe firmly based in the present, and filled with stunning possibilities for tomorrow and beyond.

35. SOLD!

35. SOLD!

The thrill, the fun, and the adrenaline rush of selling a vehicle at a collector car auction is an experience like no other. And there are few experts in the field more knowledgeable than John Kraman, Consignment Director and Lead Commentator at Mecum Auctions. In this episode, Willie and Kevin pick John’s brain on topics ranging from the pros and cons of reserve vs. no reserve bidding, to what’s hot on the auction block and what’s definitely not.

34. Hot Rod Hero

34. Hot Rod Hero

Advances in technology are breathing new life into old hot rods and muscle cars, in many cases allowing them to do things they were never intended to do. Consider the massive performance capabilities in bolt-on suspension packages now leading an explosion in the restomod and truck categories. In this episode, the guys discuss developments with diehard car guy Mike Ruth, Chief Application Engineer leading the charge at Heidts.

33. Performance Wheels and Batteries

33. Performance Wheels and Batteries

All aftermarket parts are not created equal. Sure, a set of rims can turn a plain Jane daily driver into a head turner, but when it comes to true performance, superior quality materials and engineering are where the rubber really meets the road. The same holds true for batteries, which run the gamut from practical to powerhouse. In this episode, Kevin and Willie nerd out over both in conversations with Forgeline’s David Schardt and ODYSSEY Battery’s Alan Kohler.

32. King of Cams: Brian Tooley

32. King of Cams: Brian Tooley

Despite being one of the most critical elements in shaping an engine build, there’s a certain amount of mystery that surrounds the camshaft. In this episode, champion racer and renowned camshaft wizard Brian Tooley delivers a master class on the subject, dropping some serious science on the guys and revealing the three biggest mistakes most often made, even by seasoned professionals.

31. Ripsaw Rhapsody

31. Ripsaw Rhapsody

For its sheer WOW factor, nothing quite beats the Ripsaw EV3-F4 that blew away Willie and Kevin at last year’s SEMA Show. A collaboration between Howe and Howe Technologies and PPE, this sportin’ and snortin’ toy-above-all-toys features a Duramax 6.6L 800hp engine that delivers 1350 ft/lbs of torque at 2100 RPM, all married to a tube chassis that looks and acts like a personalized tank! Mike Howe and PPE’s Joe Komaromi join the guys to detail the evolution of this remarkable project.

30. The Lingenfelter Collection

30. The Lingenfelter Collection

Singular among automotive hobbyists, enthusiasts and collectors, the name Lingenfelter is instantly identifiable as both a one-of-a-kind Collection of unique cars and a state-of-the-art Performance Engineering company. In this episode, the guys sit down with Ken Lingenfelter for a wide-ranging conversation touching on everything from Cars and Coffees, to Cadillacs and Colorados, to Camaros and Corvettes, and the level of customer expectation that inspires Ken to be raising the bar constantly.