What’s the right piston for a pretty common street and strip car – something you can choose to drive or race on the weekend?
This time around, we’ll shift our focus to the nose of the engine – examining the accessory drive system.
All of the parts for this swap work in unison. In this segment, we’ll take a look at the complete exhaust system.
Holley has engineered an oil pan designed specifically for applications where clearance issues exist at the front half of the oil pan.
With a stock or even a modified factory style pump, you’re forced to live with all of the factory pump shortcomings. A better option is the oil pump design from Titan Speed Engineering.
Chevy’s first generation Camaro and 3rd gen Nova have always been ripe for engine swaps. One of the best-engineered mount packages is offered by Hooker Headers.
In the last issue we examined several different engine power curves and shared info on over-gearing. What all that means is less can often prove better than more.
A long time ago, there wasn’t much to think about when it came to gear ratios. That was then. Today things are very different.
Join us for a look at several common MSD coils suitable for drag race only as well as street-strip applications.
Ignition coils aren’t really that complicated. Neither is the job they are tasked with, but in a high performance or outright racing application it can become a little bit more complex.