What we’ll look at here are the differences in the big Holley 4150 carburetors – all with 1.750-inch diameter throttle bores.
Plumbing is obviously important, but you simply cannot ignore the fact the electricals are essential too.
Now, performing a burnout in a car isn’t that tough with an automatic. Doing the same thing with a stick is another matter, and that’s where a line lock or roll control enters the equation.
A lifter simply cannot be allowed to expire, because that certainly signals the end of the race.
When it comes to mechanical roller lifters for a serious effort engine, there’s a lot of choice out there. But there’s also a catch: Some of the offerings just might prove to have a wee bit more hype than performance.
With this issue, we’ll dig into ball joints, tie rod ends and other steering bits.
This time around, we’ll dig into shock absorbers.
In this segment, the folks from Classic offer some great advice on how to gain caster with another simple bolt-on component.
It’s possible to install aftermarket a-arms and other components on a stock subframe, but you’re still out of pocket to the tune of $1500 or so for some of the systems. For bucks down folks, there has to be another way.
Check out our final half dozen questions and answers with Tom Molnar of Molnar Technologies!