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1969 Chevrolet Camaro RS Homebuilt Screamer
Steven Rupp Mar 2, 2015
1969 Chevrolet Camaro RS Homebuilt Screamer
It was pretty beat down and barely ran, but at $5,000, it fit his budget and it was a real-deal RS. Efrain Diaz built this baller with used parts and elbow ... » Read More
chassis suspension
How to Repair the X-Member on a Corvette C1 Frame
Gerry Burger Feb 23, 2015
How to Repair the X-Member on a Corvette C1 Frame
Since this is not a restoration project we decided to fabricate a solution using 1/8-inch wall, 1x1-inch square tubing. » Read More
engines drivetrain
How to Wire an Electronic Tachometer as Easy as 1-2-3
John Gilbert Feb 17, 2015
How to Wire an Electronic Tachometer as Easy as 1-2-3
One of the instruments our ’67 didn’t have after the restoration was a tachometer, so we threw in an Auto Meter tach we had in the garage before making a ... » Read More
brakes
How to Install Baer's New Tracker Floater Kit
Steven Rupp Feb 17, 2015
How to Install Baer's New Tracker Floater Kit
As our Chevys get faster, we more often find ourselves dipping into the tech found on race cars. One of these technological tidbits to recently migrate over to ... » Read More
engines drivetrain
Get More Power from a Chevrolet Performance ZZ502 Crate Engine
Steven Rupp Feb 13, 2015
Get More Power from a Chevrolet Performance ZZ502 Crate Engine
Crate engines have really made upgrading our Corvettes easy. Grab a keyboard or pick up a phone, if you roll old school, and in a few days a big ol’ crate ... » Read More
Should You Build Your Own Carter Carburetor? - Carb-O Loading, Part 1
The Carter AFB (Aluminum Four Barrel) carburetor is one of the best options for your ’62 Corvette and once it is rebuilt with parts ... » Read More
James Berry Feb 12, 2015
additional tech
Should You Build Your Own Carter Carburetor? - Carb-O Loading, Part 1
1971 Chevrolet Camaro Project Orange Krate - Split Bumper and Finishing Paint
When coming around the corner on a full build there’s always plenty to do near the end. You could call this installment “bits ’n’ ... » Read More
Chuck Vranas Feb 12, 2015
project cars
1971 Chevrolet Camaro Project Orange Krate - Split Bumper and Finishing Paint
Four Ways to Get Your LS Engine to 600 Horsepower
Here’s a quartet of ways to get your LS to make 600 horsepower. When it comes to performance in 2015, people are flocking to the dominant ... » Read More
Richard Holdener Feb 10, 2015
engines drivetrain
Four Ways to Get Your LS Engine to 600 Horsepower
What it Takes to Design Top-Notch Accessory Drive Systems
To get a better handle on what goes into designing accessory drive systems that can handle the rigors of today’s high-performance ... » Read More
Stephen Kim Feb 10, 2015
engines drivetrain
What it Takes to Design Top-Notch Accessory Drive Systems
1972 Corvette Scarlett Project Car - Dash Prep and Radio Installation
In our last installment on Scarlett, our ’72 coupe project car, we prepped the lower dashpads for installation and installed the ... » Read More
Jeremy Clough Feb 6, 2015
project cars
1972 Corvette Scarlett Project Car - Dash Prep and Radio Installation
How to Fix Dex-Cool Problems on a 1966 Impala SS–Plus More Tech Tips
My problem is with my 1996 Impala SS. What I thought to be a simple heater problem has become much more serious. The problem is Dex-Cool. » Read More
Dan Fletcher Feb 6, 2015
additional tech
How to Fix Dex-Cool Problems on a 1966 Impala SS–Plus More Tech Tips
Three Ways to Pick Up Power with Your 350 Chevy Engine
One of the many great things about the small-block Chevy is its versatility. Think about it for a minute: the same basic powerplant has ... » Read More
Richard Holdener Feb 5, 2015
engines drivetrain
Three Ways to Pick Up Power with Your 350 Chevy Engine
How to Build a 4L60E Transmission That Can Handle 1,000+ HP
Engines get all the glory, but without a stout transmission backing it up even the most exotic mill is nothing more than a noisemaker. » Read More
Steven Rupp Feb 4, 2015
transmission
How to Build a 4L60E Transmission That Can Handle 1,000+ HP
How to Install QA1 Race Series Control Arms on a 1973 Camaro
QA1 makes the conversion as painless as can be, and due to the unique design of their lower control arm, you could buy this kit in stages. » Read More
Steven Rupp Feb 3, 2015
chassis suspension
How to Install QA1 Race Series Control Arms on a 1973 Camaro
Tips for Storing a Classic Chevy for the Winter
Around the winter time, we get letters asking our advice on how to store a classic Chevy. If you follow a few simple steps, your ride will ... » Read More
Mark Lundquist Jan 30, 2015
additional tech
Tips for Storing a Classic Chevy for the Winter

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