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chassis suspension
How to Install the g-Link Rear Suspension on a 1969 Camaro
Ron Ceridono Mar 27, 2015
How to Install the g-Link Rear Suspension on a 1969 Camaro
For more years than he’d probably like to count, Chris Alston of Chris Alston’s Chassisworks has been one of the best-known names in the chassis business. » Read More
engines drivetrain
Penultimate LT1, Part 1: Aiming for 600-Plus HP with a 396 Gen II
Scott Parker Mar 27, 2015
Penultimate LT1, Part 1: Aiming for 600-Plus HP with a 396 Gen II
This may not be the last Gen II LT1 that Super Chevy ever builds, but we certainly aimed to make it the most impressive. » Read More
engines drivetrain
Building an Insane Supercharged LS7 / LS9 that Pushes Past 1,000 HP
Barry Kluczyk Mar 26, 2015
Building an Insane Supercharged LS7 / LS9 that Pushes Past 1,000 HP
Recently, Thomson has experimented with an E85 version of the LS7/LS9 combination, which pushed output past the 1,000-horsepower threshold. » Read More
interior
How to Design and Install Your Own Custom Gauge Cluster
John Gilbert Mar 25, 2015
How to Design and Install Your Own Custom Gauge Cluster
Commissioning Classic Instruments to custom design and build an instrument cluster is a simple process. Check out how we put one together for a 1964 Chevelle ... » Read More
project cars
How We Got Our 1967 AMD Chevrolet Chevelle SS Ready for the Hot Rod Power Tour
John Gilbert Mar 24, 2015
How We Got Our 1967 AMD Chevrolet Chevelle SS Ready for the Hot Rod Power Tour
It was one of those emails from your boss that you fear: “The AMD Chevelle is going on the Hot Rod Power Tour. Make sure it’s ready and won’t break ... » Read More
Should You Build Your Own Carter Carburetor? - Carb-O Loading, Part 2
This month we will decode the Carter AFB carburetor’s triangular metal identification tag, review the identifying suffix codes, and ... » Read More
James Berry Mar 24, 2015
additional tech
Should You Build Your Own Carter Carburetor? - Carb-O Loading, Part 2
How to Get 384 HP Out of a 4.8L Engine - Mini Mouse, Part 1
Some time ago we introduced our Modern Mouse series that covered a whole slew of performance parts applied to a 5.3L LM7 truck engine. » Read More
Richard Holdener Mar 23, 2015
engines drivetrain
How to Get 384 HP Out of a 4.8L Engine - Mini Mouse, Part 1
How to Assemble the Chris Alston's Chassisworks FAB9 Rearend
For those purists among us take heart, with a rearend named the FAB9 you don’t have to use the F-word. » Read More
Ron Ceridono Mar 20, 2015
chassis suspension
How to Assemble the Chris Alston's Chassisworks FAB9 Rearend
How to Install Power Steering on a 1955 Chevrolet 210
To help make converting any vintage Chevy to power steering easier than ever, Classic Performance Products (CPP) has come out with its new ... » Read More
Patrick Hill Mar 20, 2015
chassis suspension
How to Install Power Steering on a 1955 Chevrolet 210
Direct Gasoline Injection is Here, and it is Time to Get Familiar
As we entered into 2014, the industry was abuzz with the acronym “GDI,” otherwise known as Gasoline Direct Injection. » Read More
Howard Tanner Mar 19, 2015
engines drivetrain
Direct Gasoline Injection is Here, and it is Time to Get Familiar
Composite Intake Test: AFR Dual-Plane vs. Single-Plane
When it comes to small-block Chevy intake manifolds, there are two distinct camps, those who dig the dual-plane and those who swear by the ... » Read More
Richard Holdener Mar 18, 2015
engines drivetrain
Composite Intake Test: AFR Dual-Plane vs. Single-Plane
How to Re-Cover a 1957 Chevrolet 210 Factory Bench
Once upon a time, when a classic Chevrolet’s original, stock interior bit the dust it meant game over for keeping an authentic, ... » Read More
John Gilbert Mar 16, 2015
interior
How to Re-Cover a 1957 Chevrolet 210 Factory Bench
C1 Corvette Bolt-On Martz Chassis and QA1 Suspension Components with Wilwood Brakes
We had previously bolted a Martz Chassis front crossmember to our 1960 Corvette frame. The bolt-in crossmember proved to be just that, a ... » Read More
Gerry Burger Mar 16, 2015
chassis suspension
C1 Corvette Bolt-On Martz Chassis and QA1 Suspension Components with Wilwood Brakes
How to Install a New Roof on a 1971 Chevrolet Camaro
The whole job took a solid 10 hours to do and we went through just over $100 in supplies, in addition to the cost of the new roof panel. » Read More
Steven Rupp Mar 12, 2015
paint body
How to Install a New Roof on a 1971 Chevrolet Camaro
1958 Chevrolet Corvette Project Car - Steering Upgrade, Part 2
As we covered in the last installment, the first-generation Corvette’s front suspension and steering—unfortunately—was closely tied ... » Read More
Scott Parker Mar 11, 2015
project cars
1958 Chevrolet Corvette Project Car - Steering Upgrade, Part 2

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