It’s always fascinating to see a heavy, softly-sprung stock car hustling around the few road courses on the NASCAR calendar.
DIY tech tips for wrenching, plus engine and tuning modifications for muscle cars, drag cars, and performance enhancement.
Apexes are one of the first things a driver will begin to understand, and the theory behind them is simple enough. However, things get more complicated in real racing situations.
With powerful racing engines, a sensitive right foot is needed to keep the driven wheels from vaporizing every time the throttle is depressed.
For the ultimate performance, a clever driver will constantly change the brake balance to help get through the corners in one piece.
There are different moments when, during a race weekend, managing the tires correctly can reap huge rewards.
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.
By now, most enthusiasts know the merits of using a “spiral core” ignition wire on high performance powerplants.