Tubing, hoses and wire bundles are pretty much the norm in any car – race or street. How you fasten those bits is important too.
Ignition systems and their components have changed immensely over the years.
When a Holley 4150 or 4500-series carb is mounted normally, fuel rushes toward the primary jets as the car accelerates. It also means fuel runs away from the secondary jets. Not good. But today, the cure is simple.
Although being out there on race day is fun, having to suffer through driving rain or glaring sun isn’t. RacingJunk has taken a look at vehicle sunshades/umbrellas from a number of companies to help you decide which one is right for you.
Here are some things I’ve picked up over the years that have made my time in the shop more efficient, enjoyable, and safe.
Improper weight distribution in your race car can make your car dive like a dump truck. Get it right and your car launches down the corner, hits that hard hairpin just right and holds the corner at full throttle.
Hot rod wiring jobs can range from the cringe-worthy to those done so well they should be in the Smithsonian.
If you’re upgrading a classic truck or muscle car to electronic fuel injection or just need to replace a rusty old original tank, Holley (as usual) has you covered.
This is the rest of the inside scoop on quality OEM style disc brake kits.
For this issue, we’ll start at something seemingly simple, and that’s the inner and outer wheel bearings.