We salute all the weekend warriors that spent countless nights and busted knuckles building projects in their garage. But before we dive into the new year, let’s take a look back at RacingJunk’s Top 10 How To Articles of 2019.
The collector system found on a set of race headers might have more to offer than you’d first think.
Perhaps 20 years ago, maybe longer, it wasn’t uncommon to see dedicated drag racers at a test and tune working with adjustable headers.
Installation of the Blackheart exhaust systems is very straightforward. Here’s how it goes together on a first generation Camaro or 1968-74 Nova.
Over the last couple of issues, we took a close, hard look at high tech mufflers and exhaust system components.
In the high performance world, it has been pointed out that balance pipes have two possible attributes: increased power and reduced noise. We’ve had personal experience with some of the x-style crossovers, and they definitely improve performance.
It wasn’t that long ago that exhaust systems in general and mufflers in particular were considered a necessary evil with the performance crowd. Noise meant power. Or at least, that was the consensus.
You just bought the next car you’re going to modify. You’ve been eyeing a few exhaust systems but are stuck because there is so much information available.
It has long been debated which is better for your engine – superchargers or turbochargers? In the quest for more horsepower, bolting on a power adder is one of the fastest ways to increase the output of your engine. Which one should you choose?
Scott Garven and his dad are rebuilding a ’67 Chevy Camaro, and outlining the steps for the rebuild. Part 1 looks at the exhuast.