If you want to go fast, you’ve got to sound like you know how to get there. Here’s a few things to help get you fired up.
We continue our exploration of carb tuning by looking at the vacuum secondaries on a Holley carb. Can you really get close to race car performance in your street car via the right tune?
Randy Bolig sheds some light on why the accelerator pump on our carburetor is so important.
With powerful racing engines, a sensitive right foot is needed to keep the driven wheels from vaporizing every time the throttle is depressed.
There are different moments when, during a race weekend, managing the tires correctly can reap huge rewards.
It’s always challenging identifying the thin line that differentiates an overly aggressive move versus a safe-yet-firm move.
In our last issue, we took a detailed look at MSD’s Pro Billet mechanical advance distributors.
Installing MSD’s Pro Billet distributor will give you access to a variety of tuning and timing features in your engine. Part I of this new series covers the basics.
Installing new coil springs is one the best ways to improve the handling of your older Chevy.
Mike Aguilar walks you through how to improve handling by installing a sway bar for your street/strip burner.