Installing a FAST EZ EFI 2.0 system on a big-block Chevy greatly improves gas mileage and overall driveability. We show you the install process. » Read More
When it comes to power production, nothing beats a power-adder. Everyone has their favorites, of course, but no matter what you choose. » Read More
Fresh off a big nitrous hit, our big-block gets an 8-71 blower and throws down 939 hp! » Read More
Week To Wicked 1972 Camaro Pro Touring Build from Start to Finish!
One week, one car, stacks of parts, and a whole lot of effort to transform a boring 1972 Camaro into something special. » Read More
Barry Kluczyk answers the top 10 basic questions regarding camshaft design and theory. » Read More
Week To Wicked Day 5: Finishing up and Firing up our week long project, complete with smoky burnouts!
Time is up and today is the day we turn the key and bring our week long Camaro project to life! » Read More
Week To Wicked Day 4: Moving Closer to Finishing Our 1972 Camaro
Day four has of grinding our way through the wiring process, installing LED lighting and installing the Dakota Digital HDX gauges. » Read More
Week To Wicked Day 2: Getting the Drivetrain into our 1972 Camaro
The Camaro becomes a roller again and gets a brand new, badass, drivetrain! » Read More
Week To Wicked 1972 Camaro Day 2: Chassis Wrap Up and Driveline Prep!
The Camaro is almost a roller again, so it’s time to start getting ready to drop in the new SDPC, Holley fed, LS mill. » Read More
Get 559 Horsepower from a 2016 Camaro SS with an Edelbrock E-Force Supercharger
Pressurizing a 2016 Camaro SS to 559 rear-wheel horsepower with an Edelbrock E-Force supercharger kit. » Read More
Leftover parts turned into a wallet friendly, 428hp iron LS1
A stack of castoff parts leads to a budget-friendly, fuel-injected 428hp LS engine! » Read More
How to Build a 916hp Chevy SB2 V-8 Using Modern Fuel Injection
Here’s how modern fuel-injection systems helped Keith Dorton build a 916-horsepower SB2. » Read More
Upgrading a Stock 10-Bolt Rearend With a Limited-Slip
We take a stock 10-bolt rearend and upgrade it with a limited-slip for better traction off the line. » Read More