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 Don Creason on October 9, 2013
by Barry Kluczyk on October 9, 2013
Seventy-five years after it opened, GM’s historic Tonawanda engine plant heads into the future with production of the Gen V family. We follow along with the build of Chevy’s newest small-block, the LT1.
by Rick Seitz on October 9, 2013
In order to perform as designed, suspension components have to have a rigid chassis framework to support them, and that’s where this all-in-one kit from Granatelli Motorsports comes in.
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 Mike Alexander on October 1, 2013
We take an inside look at what goes into building one of the industry’s strongest rearends. The Currie 9-inch Street Rod rear is a legend for decade after decade, so we take a deeper look at the assembly and constru
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
There’s no denying the benefits of self-tuning EFI on a street car, but what about a drag racer? Follow this installation of a FAST EZ-EFI 2.0 system on a hot little Nova and check out the dyno numbers.
by Don Creason on September 21, 2013
We prepare to take Project Silver Bullet to the next level as we upgrade to high-tech, high flowing fuel injectors from DeatschWerks.
by Jason Reiss on September 20, 2013
MSD Performance’s Atomic LS Electronic Fuel Injection system makes quick work of installing a programmable engine management system on any LS-powered machine. Check out the details of its operation inside!
by Don Creason on September 19, 2013
We install Edelbrock’s E-Force Stage 2 supercharger system for 2011+ Mustangs and put it to the test on the dyno and at the drag strip.
by Bobby Kimbrough on September 19, 2013
The history of Lincoln Electric and Arc Welding in all forms is rooted and tied directly to advancements in automotive technology. We dive deep to uncover the history past, present, and future. Check it out here!
by Jake Headlee on September 19, 2013
When designing your project’s theme, sometimes it’s hard to get everything perfected, and in the past we were left choosing off-the-shelf parts. With Auto Meter’s CustomShop lineup, that’s no longer the case.
by Barry Kluczyk on September 17, 2013
We’re going after big numbers to help our new 1978 Malibu wagon project car “Fugly” get down the quarter-mile in the 9-second range. So thus begins the build of our 1,000+ horsepower, Whipple supercharged behemoth
by Don Creason on September 17, 2013
Aeromotive and Fragola hook us up with the latest fuel system technology for Project Wild E Coyote, including an Eliminator pump, and Billet Fuel Pump Speed Controller.
by Michael Harding on September 17, 2013
We started with a GM crate engine and did a complete top-end upgrade. We installed parts from COMP Cams, RHS, Edelbrock and Performance Distributors. Then we decided to build a stroker – find out why inside.
by John Baechtel on September 16, 2013
JE Pistons has expanded its asymmetrical technology to the LS line of pistons. This design features a smaller piston skirt on one side to reduce weight and friction without giving up durability. Check out the story!
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by Andrew Wolf on September 16, 2013
We’ve embarked on a mission to shed some pounds from our 275 radial tire project car known as BlownZ, with the installation of a set of fiberglass doors and lexan windows to replace the bloated factory doors.