Holley’s new Dominator system exemplifies just how much EFI tuning has become more sophisticated yet easier to use. This full-featured system has self-tuning capability but also offers plenty of advanced options.
by Jason Reiss on February 25, 2014
by Don Creason on February 20, 2014
We take a look at two of Driven’s engine oils designed specifically for the unique demands of Ford’s modular engines, including the Coyote. These oils offer unique technology borrowed from the racing world.
by Don Creason on February 13, 2014
We finish construction of our Carb Coyote Cobra Jet engine, and strap it to the dyno for testing and tuning. Find out the details of what went into this nearly 600 hp naturally aspirated engine, and what we learned.
by Jason Reiss on February 12, 2014
Come in and check out the fresh details on our upgraded Cadillac CTS-V – we hooked up with Lingenfelter, Corsa Performance, and Weld Racing to hop this super-sedan up!
by Jason Reiss on February 10, 2014
Our ’36 Ford project is in need of a powerplant, and in the interest of keeping a Ford in a Ford, we headed straight to the Summit Racing catalog. Look inside for details on what’s to come!
by Jason Reiss on January 24, 2014
Fel-Pro’s Performance Engine Gasket kits offer the builder a one-stop shopping experience when putting together a new performance engine. Fel-Pro’s Ron Rotunno explains features and benefits to EngineLabs.
by Don Creason on January 23, 2014
What do you drive for fun when you spend your day working as an engineer for the NASA Space Agency? How about a ’67 Mustang GT500 clone with a SAM Racing 427 and 700 fire-breathing horses pounding under the hood.
by Rob Kinnan on January 6, 2014
Moving air has always been key to making horsepower, and a SuperFlow flowbench is a critical tool in optimizing cylinder heads and induction. Check out this story to see how easy it is to operate a flow bench.
by John Baechtel on December 19, 2013
Borowski Race Engines took delivery of some of the first Dart LS Next blocks and has launched a customer crate-engine program based on that architecture. Check out the results of the first engine!
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 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.
The Cloyes Hex-A-Just true roller timing chain set allows finite cam adjustment after installation, up to six degrees in either direction (advanced or retarded). We install one and show how it works.
by Bobby Kimbrough on October 14, 2013
Crate engines from Pace Performance are built by professional engine builders with aftermarket parts from companies that are known for quality and consistency. Check out these crate options here!
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 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 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!
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 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 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.
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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!