Moroso’s DS-2 17-inch front runners cater to late model muscle and performance car owners who need to run a larger size front drag wheel to clear their bigger factory brakes and want a high-tech tire for the track.
by Josh Kirsh on December 4, 2013
Everything you wanted to know about clutches, and maybe some things you didn’t know you needed to know. Check out this detailed question-and-answer session with some of the industry’s top minds!
by Don Creason on November 25, 2013
Dakota Digital upgrades the gauges on Project Rehab with their new VHX Insturments for Fox-body Mustangs. We take a look at this impressive new instrument solution and what it takes to install it.
by John Baechtel on November 13, 2013
The MSD Power Grid is a versatile timing control that serves a variety of racing applications. Check out this in-depth review of the Power Grid and how it can help solve problems and maintain optimum performance.
by Don Creason on November 4, 2013
2005-2009 Mustang owners can now get tail lights that look and function much like the 2013-2014 Mustang tail lights including 3D appearance, LED illumination and sequential signals.
by Don Creason on November 1, 2013
We go big with a custom turbo system from JPC Racing, Turbonetics, Turbosmart, and Heatshield Product, as Wild E Coyote takes one step closer to making big horsepower numbers on the dyno.
by Don Creason on October 29, 2013
We replace the damaged and aging engine wiring harness in our ’88 Fox-body, Project Rehab with a new one from Ron Francis Wiring.
by Jason Reiss on October 29, 2013
Check out the awesome new Raxiom GPS/Satellilte Radio/Backup camera touchscreen combo designed specifically for 2010-2014 Mustangs with SYNC technology. Follow along as we install one into Project Wild E. Coyote.
by Don Creason on October 24, 2013
The next step in our Carb’d Coyote Cobra Jet build, is assembling the short block, stuffing it full of premium parts, to ensure it lives a long healthy life at the screaming RPM we have planned for it.
by Barry Kluczyk on October 24, 2013
We go behind the scenes with VMP Tuning and ROUSH to take a look at VMP’s supercharger upgrade for 2005-2010 ROUSHcharged vehicles. As well as the inner workings of their TVS Supercharger and how it’s manufactured.
Drag racers are always looking for ways to make their car faster and more consistent at the race track. A properly installed anti-roll bar can lead to reduced 60-foot times and improved consistency at the track.
Taking on the task of wiring a vehicle can be daunting, but the experts at Ron Francis Wiring can help. Here, they’ve outlined ten popular tips and guidelines for managing your own wiring systems.
by Jason Reiss on October 18, 2013
Since its debut on the market, VP Racing Fuels’ Q16 gasoline variant has taken the drag racing world by storm. Look inside for details on how to make it work on your combination!
by Don Creason on October 9, 2013
We build a stronger, faster rear end for our 2013 Mustang, Project Silver Bullet, with help from Eaton, and Motive Gear. This is a must for maximizing performance on an automatic S197 Mustang
by Jason Reiss on October 7, 2013
We’re building one of Ford’s Coyote engines into a carbureted warrior to be fed a dose of nitrous and spun to the moon. Rich Groh Racing Engines explains how he crafted our fabricated sheetmetal intake manifold.
by Lindsey Fisher on October 3, 2013
Since equipping Project Biting the Bullitt with a specially-built 427ci Dart engine, we’ve seen a lot of great things happen to our ’65 Mustang, including a Powermaster alternator upgrade. Check it out inside!
by Don Creason on October 2, 2013
We are gearing up for our next engine build – the first four barrel carbureted Coyote motor built. It starts with Livernois Motorsports’ 3.700 bore Coyote block that will net us 314ci. Check out how they do it!
by Don Creason on October 1, 2013
We add some more style to a 2003 Mustang GT with help from American Muscle in the form of a new plug and play sequential tail light kit.
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by Joshua VanWynsberghe on October 1, 2013
It is relatively easy to make big power with a late model Mustang due to the availability of bolt-on performance parts. Maximum Motorsports has developed their own bolt-in roll bar kit to make the car safer too.
by Andrew Wolf on September 30, 2013
Today, we’re going to take a look at the exhaust system that will be riding under our Biting the Bullitt ’65 Mustang, which begins with one of Flowmaster’s U-Fit three-inch exhaust systems that we’ll then pair with