The MSD Power Grid is a versatile timing control that serves a variety of racing applications. Check out this in-depth review of the Power Grid and how it can help solve problems and maintain optimum performance.
by John Baechtel on November 13, 2013
by Bobby Kimbrough on October 14, 2013
Crate engines from Pace Performance are built by professional engine builders with aftermarket parts from companies that are known for quality and consistency. Check out these crate options here!
by Barry Kluczyk on October 9, 2013
Seventy-five years after it opened, GM’s historic Tonawanda engine plant heads into the future with production of the Gen V family. We follow along with the build of Chevy’s newest small-block, the LT1.
by Lindsey Fisher on October 9, 2013
There’s no doubt that the 2013 Camaro 1LE is built for the race track. However, there’s always room for improvement on a factory-built car and this Fluidampr upgrade to the 1LE certainly proves that.
by Jason Reiss on September 26, 2013
If you’re the guy who’s been bitten by the billet bug, you need to come on in and check out these gorgeous valve covers from Granatelli Motor Sports. They perform as good as they look – which is awesome!
There’s no denying the benefits of self-tuning EFI on a street car, but what about a drag racer? Follow this installation of a FAST EZ-EFI 2.0 system on a hot little Nova and check out the dyno numbers.
by Barry Kluczyk on September 17, 2013
We’re going after big numbers to help our new 1978 Malibu wagon project car “Fugly” get down the quarter-mile in the 9-second range. So thus begins the build of our 1,000+ horsepower, Whipple supercharged behemoth
by John Baechtel on September 16, 2013
JE Pistons has expanded its asymmetrical technology to the LS line of pistons. This design features a smaller piston skirt on one side to reduce weight and friction without giving up durability. Check out the story!
by Clifton Klaverweiden on August 22, 2013
In this tech installment, we take an in-depth look at dyno tests of three of Crane Cam’s most popular LS3 grinds. Step inside to get the real-world data on how each different cam affects the LS3′s power production.
by Bobby Kimbrough on August 15, 2013
Camshaft technology has been around for centuries. This month we dive deeper into the history and substance of the camshaft and its uses in the internal combustion engine. Check it out here!
by Jason Reiss on August 7, 2013
Holley’s new Dominator system exemplifies just how much EFI tuning has become more sophisticated yet easier to use. This full-featured system has self-tuning capability but also offers plenty of advanced options.
by Paul Huizenga on August 6, 2013
Our Drag Radial Camaro is seeing another round of changes and upgrades, and to keep it all together we’ve enlisted the help of Race Part Solutions. Check it out!
by Mike Magda on August 5, 2013
Direct-port nitrous offers numerous advantages over plate systems, but installing all the hardware is more complicated. Check out the story for tips on prepping the intake manifold and plumbing the lines for a clean, efficient look and improved performance.
Want to keep track of all that’s going on with our Chevy Hardcore project ’64 Chevelle build? From the 600HP BluePrint Engine LS powerplant to the complete front-to-rear Ridetech coilover suspension system and Gearstar Performance overdrive transmission, we’ve got the entire build thread right here!
by Mike Magda on July 8, 2013
Cooperative teamwork between the cylinder head and intake manifold specialists is critical at the start of a race-engine build. Curtis Boggs of Race Flow Development and Nick Doll of Wilson Manifolds share their insights as a new LSX engine is designed for the Blown Z project car.
by John Baechtel on July 1, 2013
External vacuum pumps are an ideal power tool for race and high-powered street engines. By reducing crankcase pressure, the pumps promote ring seal, even when using lower-tension rings. Experts from GZ Motorsports and Moroso offer the inside line on selecting right external vacuum pump.
by Lindsey Fisher on June 27, 2013
When it comes to building anything substantial, having a blueprint is a vital part of the process. After all, you wouldn’t build a house without an exact plan, would you? Well, the same goes for building cars, and for our 1964 Chevelle we have the ultimate blueprint- a 427ci LS engine from BluePrint Engines.
by Paul Huizenga on June 26, 2013
Designed specifically to clear tall valve gear like Jesel’s shaft-mount rocker arms without the use of a spacer, these billet aluminum covers are available with rocker oilers (Part number VC-0081), or without (Part number VC-0081X) like ours.
by Lindsey Fisher on June 12, 2013
For the last several months, we’ve been teasing about our ultimate Chevy project car receiving its very special LSX engine from our friends at BluePrint Engines. Luckily, the 1964 Chevelle, appropriately named Project BluePrint, is now finally ready for the process we’ve all been waiting for – check it out!
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by Sean Haggai on June 7, 2013
We teamed up with the LS pros over at LME to build some real-world dyno-proven LS power. We’ve already taken care of the short-block portion. Here, we’ll put together the top-end, show what we used and what it made on the LME dyno. Check it out, right here!