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.
This is the final segment in our look at drag race brake systems (much of the information presented in the series can be applied to other forms of racing too).
The Fox Valley Technical team demonstrates how to do a quick fix on a pinion bearing right on the Bonneville salt.
Part two of how to choose the best brakes and brake components for your drag car. Part two focuses on brake hubs and hats.
You’ll be surprised what you can find at your local hardware store.
Learn how to choose the best brakes and brake components for your drag race vehicle. Part 1 focuses on rotors.
Properly mounting engine driven accessories onto your LS V8 swap may at first seem much more difficult than anticipated. LS swap engine mounts, headers, and cross members, make it easy to install the engine in a variety of early model GM muscle cars and trucks.
A roll cage is an essential safety component, but how does it work and what is it really for?
For a reliable swap, it pays to choose quality parts. A good swap should be as durable as a factory car and offer a lot of fun per dollar, for the owner.