Holley’s EFI Dual Sync Distributor is the perfect addition to your Holley EFI-equipped street rod or strip burner.
Installs, modifications, how-to guides and tech tips for drag race vehicles and engines including LS engine swaps and LS engine mods, small block info, carburetor adjustments, EFI, brakes, shocks, struts, chassis, frame, tires, wheels and all of the types of adjustments that can be made to a drag vehicle to either get it to the strip and increase performance once its there. This also includes guides to NHRA race classes and NHRA rules.
Every gearhead out there knows that no single ignition curve is perfect for every situation.
If you don’t set pinion depth and backlash, you’re most likely going to eat your new gears and end up having to go through the whole process again.
There are plenty of things to consider when approaching a relatively high apex curb.
While the race can’t be won in the first corner, it can definitely be lost.
An emergency/parking brake is a critical piece of safety equipment in any vehicle. For an early hot rod built to late 20th century standards, the need is magnified even more.
When the heavens open up, the clever drivers have probably already switched to rain tires.
If you’re building any type of race car, you’re going to need to install better gears in the rear end. If the rear end is making lots of noise as you drive, you’re also going to need new gears.
If you’re building up a strip burner or a circle track machine, you’ll want to install new axles so you don’t end up twisting out of them.
Truck pullers, mud boggers, and demolition derby drivers know that there’s one major problem with regular exhaust systems: They sit low to the ground.