Attend almost any big automotive event and chances are you’ll find a burnout contest somewhere in the festivities. These competitions have become a guilty pleasure for lots of fans. So, let it rip!
Better than wearing a cone on your head like DEVO or doing the Billy Idol “Dancing with myself,” this Camaro Z28 does the cone dance in an abandoned driveway. When it comes to tires; smoke ‘em if you got ‘em and watch this video for some tips.
by Paul Lambert on January 2, 2013
Street racers are a segment of the hot rodding and automotive cultures that most of the rest of society would like to see disappear. However for those heavily involved in street racing, there’s more to it than a wicked burst of adrenaline…it is a way of life!
by Michael Harding on June 29, 2012
If you’ve been thinking about getting a video camera to record your track sessions, the Replay XD is one that will impress you. At about an ounce, it’s one of the lightest cameras yet it packs a good punch.
by Andrew Wolf on May 30, 2012
The second in a two-part series and as an ode to those that can make a high-powered car hook in a rainshower, we’ve compiled a list of ten of the best wheelstand videos on the street. Enjoy, but once again, don’t try this at home, folks!
by Andrew Wolf on May 15, 2012
In the first of a two-part series and as an ode to those that can make a high-powered car hook in a rainshower, we’ve compiled a list of ten of the best wheelstand videos on the street. Enjoy, but don’t try this at home, folks!
by Lauren Hargrove on May 26, 2011
Using the rear axle from a heavy-duty truck, a pile of rocks and dirt, and a metal ramp system, these creative geniuses have built their own dyno and seem to use it on a regular basis to test and tune their drift cars. Don’t try this at home, kids!
by Mark Gearhart on October 21, 2010
You have probably already seen the article we wrote on installing a ProCharger on a 2011 Mustang. Now we are following it back up with the video. Inside it, you will find an overview of the kit, installation, dyno runs and even some fun on the roads.
by Bobby Kimbrough on September 14, 2010
COMP Cams has some tips and new products for engine builders. We have a video that shows these helpful tips and products here.
by Kevin Shaw on September 13, 2010
Watch as we completely replace our 44-year-old factory front clip with Chris Alston’s Chevy II g-Machine Subframe System and see how it saved us some weight while drastically improving front end rigidity, suspension geometry and durability; transforming our stock unibody into a true street/strip machine.
Swapping a 5-speed overdrive transmission has never been easier thanks to companies like Tremec and Classic Chevy 5-speeds. In this video we profiled the swap of a 5-speed Tremec TKO transmission into Classic’s ’67 Chevrolet Camaro SEMA build.
When you think of MSD in the past – you just thought ‘spark’. Well that has changed in the last few years as MSD has moved into data acquisition and fuel injection systems. In this video we took a trip to MSD to check out their new MSD MEFI 4 ECU software which is a pretty trick EFI system.
At SEMA GM Performance Parts introduced a line of engine packages that was displayed through their ’55 Chevy project car called E ROD. The new E ROD line starts with the famed LS3 power plant – with the LS7, LSA, and LS327 options coming later.
In today’s world, if you build a high performance vehicle, every aspect of the car needs to perform at its best. Centerforce Clutches makes high performance clutches and flywheels for a number of popular American muscle applications for that exact reason.
We decided to have a little fun with granny before the build begins, so we pulled the fluids out of her, started her up and took bets on how long she would last. Check it out…!!