When you browse the internet for car parts – high performance or otherwise, you’ll soon discover the choice for many parts proves pretty much cosmic
In spite of all of the above, one of the most entertaining drag races I’ve ever experienced was a local western Canadian event called “Miles of Mayhem”.
Part 2 of Wayne Scraba’s Roll Control Series focuses on mounting and plumbing the valve for maximum performance.
The roll control can make the difference between a smooth exit off of staging and a spin out. This two part series covers roll control options to put control back in the driver’s hands at the starting line.
Part 2 of Wayne Scraba’s Prepping Your Project — Paperwork series breaks down which manuals will make your project, and thus your life, easier in terms of identifying parts.
It should be no secret that in this “age of information,” you really can’t get enough.
Part 2 of Wayne Scraba’s Prepping Your Project series tackles the cleanup portion of getting your project car ready for resto work.
When the time comes to restore a car or to construct something like a quality drag race car, the likelihood of stripping and cleaning the shell is pretty high.
Why won’t it start??? That can be an epic and epically frustrating question when re-building or modding a vehicle. Wayne Scraba has some thoughts on how to answer it.
Wayne Scraba investigates how to notch the frame of a GM G-Body to accommodate a big, sticky tire.