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DOT Drag Radials 101: What You Need to Know About Drag Radials

DOT Drag Radials 101: What You Need to Know About Drag Radials

There are two kinds of street/strip cars—street cars that occasionally see the dragstrip, and drag cars that get driven to the cruise night every once in a while. Both cars need tires, but can that really be the same tire? We set out to break them down and give you the skinny on fat tires.Read More

Building Your First Roll Cage: What You Should Know

Building Your First Roll Cage: What You Should Know

In this feature tech piece we're going to take a look at the in's and out's of the basic roll cage, from the materials they're constructed of, to where you can have one installed, what it will cost you, and what NHRA regulations you need to know before you chop up your prized vehicle and start bending and welding.Read More

HP Tuners Cracks Open The 2018 Mustang Calibration

HP Tuners Cracks Open The 2018 Mustang Calibration

Wondering whether or not you’ll be able to flash your 2018 Mustang with a hotter calibration? HP Tuners just added software support for the new pony car. Read More

How To Properly Adjust The Idle Mixture On Holley Carburetors

How To Properly Adjust The Idle Mixture On Holley Carburetors

Is your Holley carburetor stumbling or stalling on idle? This helpful guide will get you back up and running in no time with the perfect idle. Read More

Everything You Need To Know About V-Band Clamps

Everything You Need To Know About V-Band Clamps

We talk to Race Parts Solutions about the science behind V-Band clamps. You will be surprised when you find out who actually invented these clamps, and how long they have been used - from military to spaceflight.Read More

A Peek Inside The 2018 Mustang’s Gen 3 Coyote Engine

A Peek Inside The 2018 Mustang’s Gen 3 Coyote Engine

We learned there is more to the 2018 Mustang’s Gen 3 Coyote than the addition of direct injection to a port-injected 5.0-liter — a lot more!Read More

Top 10 Stock Suspension Tips from Team Z Motorsports

Top 10 Stock Suspension Tips from Team Z Motorsports

Many misconceptions, outdated thought processes, and pure oversights exist regarding the preparation of a stock suspension Mustang, and to rectify that, we've compiled a list of suspension pointers and tuning techniques to cater to everyone from the beginner to the seven-second showmen. Read More

 Building a Simple Yet Powerful 1000HP Small Block Ford

Building a Simple Yet Powerful 1000HP Small Block Ford

1,000 horsepower, 91 octane, and reliability are all words that you normally don’t hear together. But that is exactly what we are going for with our 427 cubic inch small block Ford destined for our ’65 Mustang we call “Biting the Bullitt”. Follow along through the entire engine build and engine dyno sessioRead More

408ci Small Block Ford Engine 550 HP Build

408ci Small Block Ford Engine 550 HP Build

One of the requests that we get over and over again is 'More Engine Builds'. Well, you got your wish with this build of a 550 hp 408ci small block Ford by Ford Performance Solutions featuring Edelbrock Victor Jr. heads. Owner Troy Bowen used his over 15 years of engine building experience and got in touch with the industry leaders to come up with a engine combination that would make 550+ hp, run on pump gas, and be fully streetable -- all without breaking the bank. Read More

Tech Feature: What You Should Know About Electric Water Pumps

Tech Feature: What You Should Know About Electric Water Pumps

Electric water pumps have been around for a number of years in drag racing, however they're not just for dedicated drag cars anymore. In this tech feature, we take a look at what makes an electric water pump work, and if one is right for your application. Read More

Dyno Shootout: Solid Roller Vs. Hydraulic Roller

Dyno Shootout: Solid Roller Vs. Hydraulic Roller

We recently ran our Dart-built dyno mule 440 cubic inch small block Chevy with both a hydraulic and solid roller camshaft system. Both cams made big power, but only one can be crowned camshaft champion.Read More

Coyote Intake Manifold Shootout: GT, GT350, BOSS 302, and Cobra Jet

Coyote Intake Manifold Shootout: GT, GT350, BOSS 302, and Cobra Jet

We dyno test Ford's 11-14 GT, BOSS 302, Cobra Jet, and GT350 intake manifolds against each other our our moderately built Coyote dyno engine.Read More

This Coyote-Swap F100 Is More Than Meets The Eye

This Coyote-Swap F100 Is More Than Meets The Eye

To help him break up with a finicky drift car, Harvey Hutch built Taylor Swift — a beat-up Ford F100 farm truck with a twin-turbo Coyote drivetrain.Read More

TCI Mustang Front Suspension Install on our 1965 Mustang Project

TCI Mustang Front Suspension Install on our 1965 Mustang Project

Anyone that has ever tried to stuff a tall deck engine into a first generation Mustang knows it can be painful. Also, the stock Mustang suspension design is a bit prehistoric, but we plan to change that by installing a TCI Mustang Custom IFS, Wilwood disc brake conversion, and more!Read More

Selecting The Correct Distributor Gear - It's All About The Details

Selecting The Correct Distributor Gear – It’s All About The Details

Often overlooked and misunderstood, incorrectly selecting the wrong distributor gear could be the reason you have to rebuild your newly assembled engine. We dive into to the subject of how to select the proper distributor gear for your camshaft. Read more about it here. Read More

Axles 101 - Understanding the Terminology Behind Street/Strip Axles

Axles 101 – Understanding the Terminology Behind Street/Strip Axles

Far too often overlooked in the building of a street/strip project are the axles. While stock axles are not necessarily all bad, there are some things to consider when putting together a strip-ready rear end. We team up with Moser and Strange to bring you the 411 on street/strip axles.Read More

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