Tubing, hoses and wire bundles are pretty much the norm in any car – race or street. How you fasten those bits is important too.
In this piece, Wayne Scraba shows us how to adjust the idle of a Holley carb.
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.
There’s a lot more to hose clamps than just the conventional worm gear jobs that we’re so accustomed to. And if you sit back and look at the engine tucked in your race car, you might find there are more hose clamps involved than you first imagined.
Installation of the Blackheart exhaust systems is very straightforward. Here’s how it goes together on a first generation Camaro or 1968-74 Nova.
Over the last couple of issues, we took a close, hard look at high tech mufflers and exhaust system components.
In the high performance world, it has been pointed out that balance pipes have two possible attributes: increased power and reduced noise. We’ve had personal experience with some of the x-style crossovers, and they definitely improve performance.
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.
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.