Monthly Archives: June 2019

  1. Chevy Hardcore: Is A Dry-Sump Oiling System A Good Upgrade For A Street Car?

    In the middle of a long, high-g corner the oil-pressure warning light suddenly emits a bright-red glow and the gauge sits at zero. You immediately lift off the throttle and hope this has not scored the bearings...

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  2. Hot Rod Magazine: "Your Vacuum Gauge Is Your Friend"; Featured Article!

    Two essential diagnostic tools no Hot Rodder should be without, and how to use them...

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  3. Car Craft Magazine: "Prepped For Power"; Featured Article!

    Getting Car Craft's Ford Coyote Crate Engine Ready to Swap...

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  4. Engine Labs: Freeing Up Horsepower With Moroso’s Vacuum Pump

    We took a look at how external vacuum pumps provided power gains by promoting piston ring sealing. In the case of Moroso, their dedicated external vacuum pumps provide engine builders another tool that helps with engine building and tuning.

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  5. Ford Muscle: Project Evil's Billet Bottom End Comes Together

    This article, as the title implies will be focused on the assembly of the bottom-half of the engine. Without a solid foundation, even a well-designed structure will eventually collapse, and an engine is no different.

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  6. Moroso LS Drag Race Oil Pan For Camaro And Copo Camaro

    Moroso introduces a GM LS Drag Race 7-1/2" deep, Aluminum oil pan, Part No. 21158 for 2010-2015 Camaro and 2012-2015 C.O.P.O. Camaro.

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  7. Street Muscle: Chevrolet Performance’s Supercharged 350 COPO Engine

    GM's factory racecars fly under the legendary COPO nameplate, and come with a variety of powerplant options, all of which do the name proud.

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