A big thank you to Horsepower Wars for the shoutout and for featuring our products! Here at Moroso we are not just about winning races, but also value keeping the driver safe to cross the finish line.
Tune in to Episode 5, where our Sealed Battery Box Part No. 74051 and heavy-duty Battery Disconnect Switch Part No. 74101 are featured!
Things really start to come together as engine builds are finalized, and all four engine combinations are broken down in detail. One team even hits the dyno, as the other teams watch cautiously. Does the early bird get the worm or does slow and steady win the race?
Episode 4, featuring Moroso Trick Front Springs Part No. 47130 and some of our GM LS Series All Billet Aluminum Valve Covers Part No. 68470!
Stress is mounting as only Midwest Mayhem seems to be ahead of schedule, as the other teams race the clock. Budgets get tight for Team Bigun and Dream Team, and the Burrito Challenge could provide some financial relief. Who can conquer the 3-foot monster burrito?
Back for Episode 3!
The teams are finishing up their roll cages and working on the rear suspension and differential. We get a full download on each setup before the teams face-off on a go-kart track to see who wins some driveline parts from TCI. Things get interesting when one team member goes rogue and blows it for his team.
Check out our informative video featured on Dragzine!
Using a vacuum pump on a drag racing engine provides a multitude of benefits that will increase performance. Just bolting the pump up and putting a belt around the pulley is only part of the process...
Competition Engineering and Moroso featured in Horsepower Wars!
In last week's premiere of the Horsepower Wars $10K Drag Shootout 2, the four antsy squads kicked off the 10-day racecar building affair by going head-to-head in a climactic $10K Olympics to determine the order of vehicle selection...
In the 60's and 70's, cars were built to last with parts made of mostly metal. Fast forward to 2019, and almost everything in or on a car is plastic...
In the world of engine building, there are unique concepts and interesting ideas that keep the "juice" flowing for the goal of more power. But sometimes, there are some interesting ideas you have a hard time wrapping your head around. Business always centers around one major key factor: "The customer comes first."