While the discs and pressure plate along with the general design have a lot to do with the clutch, you can’t forget the flywheel.
This time around, we wanted to look at some of the practical dimensions – basically how big it really is and how well it fits into a bellhousing in the real world.
Last time, we provided you with a little preview of Tilton’s new street strip ST-246 clutch. The attributes are many and we’ll dig into them right here.
Getting the right clutch setup for a street-strip car isn’t exactly easy.
Dodge’s 2019 Challenger R/T Scat Pack 1320, “Angry Bee,” has been approved for use in both Stock and Super Stock NHRA competition.
This neat gasser can be driven anywhere!
If you’ve ever had the desire to get your car on a professional road course and challenge it and yourself, read on.
This cool street legal race car has never seen the winter, and runs on 110 with 17 lbs of boost!
There’s been quite a lot of hoopla in automotive circles about the RPM Act. So, what is it? IS the RPM Act the only thing standing in the way of the EPA killing at least amateur/local track racing, or is it just a bunch of hoo-haw?
The 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon is a car that was designed to be at home on the road or on the track. It’s got an impressive list of achievements and firsts for a production car. Better yet, with only a few modifications, it can be made NHRA legal.