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.
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.
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.
New from Moroso - the fabricated aluminum Coolant Expansion Tank for the 2016-up Camaro. This tank replaces the factory plastic tank that is prone to fail in high heat situations.
The engines found in X275 are absolutely no joke. They are some of the baddest, most technologically advanced powerplants in drag racing today. With the explosion in popularity of the class, companies build components specifically to be X275 legal, and some of the biggest names in engine building are joining the fray, adapting their expertise to the class' parameters.