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How to Install QA1 Race Series Control Arms on a 1973 Camaro
Steven Rupp Feb 3, 2015
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
additional tech
Tips for Storing a Classic Chevy for the Winter
Mark Lundquist Jan 30, 2015
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 be fresh and ready ... » Read More
chassis suspension
How to Install an IRS Under a Second Gen Camaro - Independence Day
Steven Rupp Jan 28, 2015
How to Install an IRS Under a Second Gen Camaro - Independence Day
Independent rear suspensions have been around for a long time and, while complicated, offer several benefits over the live axles found in most of our favorite ... » Read More
features
2014 Super Chevy Suspension and Handling Challenge - Church Boys' 1967 Nova
Steven Rupp Jan 27, 2015
2014 Super Chevy Suspension and Handling Challenge - Church Boys' 1967 Nova
We all know the formula for going fast and one of the key factors is cash. Spend more money and most likely you’ll have faster lap times. » Read More
features
2014 Super Chevy Suspension and Handling Challenge - TCI's 1968 Camaro
Steven Rupp Jan 26, 2015
2014 Super Chevy Suspension and Handling Challenge - TCI's 1968 Camaro
Total Cost Involved’s entry this year looks a lot like their ’68 Camaro validation car, but in fact, it’s another ’68 owned by one of its customers, ... » Read More
How to Install the Gearstar 4L80E on a 1961 Chevrolet Bel Air
The big boss needs a new transmission for his ’61 Bel Air, and his underlings (us) must deliver. And by big, we mean really big. » Read More
Stephen Kim Jan 26, 2015
transmission
How to Install the Gearstar 4L80E on a 1961 Chevrolet Bel Air
How to Build an Indestructible 9-inch Rearend - Bombproof
When plans call for dropping in a supercharged 1,500-horsepower LS7 small-block in an ’00 Camaro drag radial race car, you better build ... » Read More
Stephen Kim Jan 22, 2015
chassis suspension
How to Build an Indestructible 9-inch Rearend - Bombproof
The Difference Between Remanufactured and Rebuilt Components
Whatever the term you use for the part you’re having replaced in your vehicle, you should make sure that you’re getting the exact part ... » Read More
James Berry Jan 16, 2015
additional tech
The Difference Between Remanufactured and Rebuilt Components
First Test! Lunati Bootlegger Cam in a 383
We dyno test Lunati's New Bootlegger Cam in a Chevrolet Performance 383 » Read More
Richard Holdener Jan 15, 2015
engines drivetrain
First Test! Lunati Bootlegger Cam in a 383
How to Clean an Engine Bay without Removing the Engine - Fireball Makeover
Our goal is to prove that anyone could successfully repaint and update the engine compartment in their driveway without removing the ... » Read More
Tony Huntimer Jan 15, 2015
paint body
How to Clean an Engine Bay without Removing the Engine - Fireball Makeover
Chevy Performance Tech Q&A - March 2015
Over 23 years ago my mentor at the time, Jim McFarland, approached me to see if I would co-author this wonderful tech column Performance ... » Read More
Kevin McLelland Jan 14, 2015
additional tech
Chevy Performance Tech Q&A - March 2015
1972 Corvette Scarlett Project Car - Dash and Gauge Installation
Over the past few installments on Project Scarlett we’ve moved to the interior to tackle the air conditioning and some of the wiring, so ... » Read More
Jeremy Clough Jan 13, 2015
project cars
1972 Corvette Scarlett Project Car - Dash and Gauge Installation
How Build a 440CI/632HP Twin-Throttle Body LSX Engine
When GM first introduced the LS series of engines back in the late ’90s, these all-aluminum mills set the Chevy performance world on end, ... » Read More
Steven Rupp Jan 12, 2015
engines drivetrain
How Build a 440CI/632HP Twin-Throttle Body LSX Engine
How To Fix Rusty Fender Eyebrows on a Tri-Five - Plucking Your Eyebrows
When it comes to Tri-Fives, there are common areas on all three model years that have rust problems. » Read More
Patrick Hill Jan 8, 2015
paint body
How To Fix Rusty Fender Eyebrows on a Tri-Five - Plucking Your Eyebrows
Techin’ in With Fletch - February 2015
My question is how much of a horsepower gain do you feel there would be by putting a set of long-tube Doug’s headers on this engine over ... » Read More
Dan Fletcher Jan 7, 2015
additional tech
Techin’ in With Fletch - February 2015

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