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10 Quick Tips for Swapping to a Hydraulic Roller Camshaft
Tommy Lee Byrd Aug 25, 2016
10 Quick Tips for Swapping to a Hydraulic Roller Camshaft
Switching from a flat tappet camshaft to a hydraulic roller is a great way to make more horsepower, but it requires some special modifications. » Read More
engines drivetrain
1963-1967 Dual Reservoir Master Cylinder Swap
Tommy Lee Byrd Aug 24, 2016
1963-1967 Dual Reservoir Master Cylinder Swap
During the 1960’s the automotive industry evolved quickly, and started setting standards that are still common in modern-day car manufacturing. » Read More
engines drivetrain
Four Dyno-Proven Ways to Add More Power to Your Mild Big-Block Chevy
Richard Holdener Aug 24, 2016
Four Dyno-Proven Ways to Add More Power to Your Mild Big-Block Chevy
A recent trip to the local Pick Your Part wrecking yard revealed row after row of what we like to call possibilities. » Read More
engines drivetrain
Stroker 426-inch LS3 that Makes 638 horsepower!
Steven Rupp Aug 23, 2016
Stroker 426-inch LS3 that Makes 638 horsepower!
It’s all about the right tool for the right job. For a street car, you want an engine that makes its grunt in the lower rpm range where it spends most of its ... » Read More
chassis suspension
Upgrading Chassisworks Front Suspension with gStreet Components on a 1968 Camaro
Steven Rupp Aug 19, 2016
Upgrading Chassisworks Front Suspension with gStreet Components on a 1968 Camaro
Our project isn’t even on the road yet and it’s already time for an upgrade. » Read More
Easily Replace that Leaky or Rusted Gas Tank in Your C3 Corvette
After all, we doubt any of the parts designed by GM were meant to go that many decades without attention. » Read More
Steven Rupp Aug 19, 2016
engines drivetrain
Easily Replace that Leaky or Rusted Gas Tank in Your C3 Corvette
Redline Motorsports’ Insane Twin-Turbo 2016 Camaro
Redline stuffs a 427ci LT1 and twin turbos in its 2016 Camaro SS. » Read More
Scott Parker Aug 18, 2016
engines drivetrain
Redline Motorsports’ Insane Twin-Turbo 2016 Camaro
Add Style to Your Tri-Five Chevy with Some Billet Goodies from Eddie Motorsports
Regardless if you are planning out a fresh new build or updating your current ride, there’s one thing for sure, well-designed, ... » Read More
Chuck Vranas Aug 12, 2016
paint body
Add Style to Your Tri-Five Chevy with Some Billet Goodies from  Eddie Motorsports
How to Cover the LS Wiring Harness
There is no doubt the Chevrolet LS series small-block is the most popular modern engine within the hot rod community. » Read More
Gerry Burger Aug 11, 2016
engines drivetrain
How to Cover the LS Wiring Harness
QA1 Adjustable Shocks for Corvettes: 1972 Corvette Scarlett Project Car
With our new Street Shop chassis stiffened up with a four-point rollbar and equipped with a C7-based suspension setup. » Read More
Jeremy D. Clough Aug 10, 2016
chassis suspension
QA1 Adjustable Shocks for Corvettes: 1972 Corvette Scarlett Project Car
More on Squeezing a Supercharged LSA for Every Last 725 hp
Of all the great things mankind has ever invented, factory boost ranks right up there with boneless chicken wings and free WiFi. » Read More
Stephen Kim Aug 9, 2016
engines drivetrain
More on Squeezing a Supercharged LSA for Every Last 725 hp
Check out the Chevy High Performance Camaro Product Showcase
Chevy High Performance Camaro Product Showcase offers the best parts to help keep your Camaro running great and looking good » Read More
Nick Licata Aug 8, 2016
features
Check out the Chevy High Performance Camaro Product Showcase
Upgrading Your C7 Tonneau Cover
Do you have opposable thumbs and an 8mm socket? If so, we’ve got a do-it-yourself project for C7 convertibles that’s as easy as using a ... » Read More
Barry Kluczyk Aug 5, 2016
interior
Upgrading Your C7 Tonneau Cover
How to Get 701 hp out of a Naturally Aspirated LT1 Engine
The LT1 engine family that debuted about three years ago in GM fullsize trucks and the C7 Corvette, and more recently the sixth-gen Camaro. » Read More
Barry Kluczyk Aug 3, 2016
engines drivetrain
How to Get 701 hp out of a Naturally Aspirated LT1 Engine
Dyno Testing FAST’s New Adjustable Intake Runner System
OK LS enthusiasts, here is a simple question about intake manifold design. What is more important: airflow or runner length? » Read More
Richard Holdener Jul 29, 2016
engines drivetrain
Dyno Testing FAST’s New Adjustable Intake Runner System

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