Leon Hungerford

  1. 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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  2. 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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  3. MotorWeek: Featuring Moroso's Air-Oil Separator/Catch Can

    Article featuring Moroso Air-Oil Separator with Video.

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  4. Chevy Hardcore; Pressure and Flow: High-Performance Oil Pumps for Street and Track

    The oil is the literal lifeblood of your engine, and the oil pump is its heart. Adequate lubrication is absolutely essential, and making sure we've got plenty of pressure and flow to all the right places is what makes engines live and last. When it comes to oil pumps, the best choice for your particular engine depends on several critical factors.

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  5. Randy Meyer Racing Commercial with Moroso Performance Products

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  6. Prepping a Coyote Crate Engine for an SN95 Mustang Swap

    Article featuring Moroso Part Nos. 20571 / 20572. By Jeff Huneycutt on hotrod.com

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  7. FAQ for Vacuum Pumps

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  8. Moroso's Billet LS to SBC Valve Cover Adapter

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  9. Ford Muscle: What you should know about Wrapping Pipes

    Most of us know we have to open the hood and do a good visual inspection. However, one area that doesn't get much attention after the installation is complete, is exhaust headers.

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  10. Ford NXT: Featured Article! Ford Coyote 5.0 Front Sump Steel Oil Pan

    New from Moroso- the Ford 5.0 "Coyote" 6-1/4" deep, front sump steel oil pan.

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