Randy Bolig sheds some light on why the accelerator pump on our carburetor is so important.
Ready to test your drag racing skills? We break down the more advanced Eliminator classes. Part II addresses the Stock, Super Stock, and Competition Eliminator classes.
Ready to get into drag racing? We break down the classes, starting with the Eliminator Classes. Part I addresses the Super Street, Super Gas, and Super Competition classes.
Randy Bolig goes over what you should know about camshaft duration.
Drag Race 101: More fire in the hole—choosing the right CD ignition for your small block Chevy engine.
Throwback Thursday, Welcome to the 1967 Detroit Auto Show.
Drag Race 101: Part IV. Modifying your HEI for reliable high rpm power.
LS or old school 350? This is a debate that will likely never have a definitive outcome.
Drag Race 101: When it comes to winning drag races, it might be surprising to know that many times, the race is over before the cars even reach the 60-foot mark on the drag strip.
Drag Race 101: Pinion Angle and Traction. You’ve just staged your car. The lights are counting down. At that very second, the green is lit, and you release the brakes to launch. Immediately, the tires on your car violently launch you forward. Almost just as fast, they unload, and start to spin. What happened?