This 1990 Ford Mustang hatchback looks to be a great candidate for some big power.
Strange Oval is becoming as essential to the world of dirt racing as parent company, Strange Engineering, has been to drag racing for the past 50 years.
Strange Engineering offers aluminum bolt-in shocks that have been relied on by racers for years.
Strange Engineering now offers SFI certified Chrome-Moly driveshaft assemblies.
How do you make the coolest muscle car of all time cooler? You let McLeod do its magic.
Cecil County Dragway is the “place to be” the first Saturday of every month.
Alex Rogeo gives us an informative insight of how she installed Strange Engineering shocks to improve her time and performance.
Modified racer and champion Brett Hearn is developing some products for Strange Engineering’s oval track department, Strange Oval. He’s at the Volusia County Speedway with his No. 22 pro car giving a testimonial about the axles, torsion bars, and other products. Check out the cool, driver’s eye race shots as these Modifieds hammer their way around the track.
We’ve gone through engine sizes and mods for your strip burner. We’ve discussed the pros and cons of the different types of fuel delivery systems. We’ve even discussed transmissions for your strip burner. The last thing we need to talk about is the differential, also known as the rear-end.
Strange Oval premium torsion bars are designed to satisfy the most demanding Modified racer.