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.
Nicholas Hayato illustrates how to run front oxygen sensors using the rear oxygen sensor harness.
In the world of aftermarket performance, the first step for most owners begins with the bolt-on upgrade.
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.
You might need or choose to replace the exhaust on your car for a variety of reasons.
One of the biggest draws of the LS motor isn’t its availability, nor its sound, but its response to basic upgrades
Hedman Hedders will help you customize the perfect headers for your project.