Category Archives: Drivetrain

How Tuned, Equal-Length Headers Improve Performance

Written by Marlan Davis on June 22, 2017 When an engine’s exhaust valve opens, there are two distinct movements within the exhaust pipe. The first is the pressure movement of the shock wave that is generated by the violent expansion … Continue reading

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This 305 Cubic-Inch Supercharged Coyote Makes 1,400 HP! Find Out How

Written by Michael Galimi on June 20, 2017 Officially, there have been 300 modern Cobra Jets built since its debut in 2008—just 50 models are made in each production run, with of course dozens of clone cars built to NHRA … Continue reading

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Parts To Power: Summer Street Strength

  Burnouts, Burgers & Beers. It’s all every gear head thrives for when the sun arrives for the summer months. So don’t throw your project under a tarp in your garage to leave it there for another year to come. … Continue reading

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Man Builds Affordable 1966 Charger Using Dirt Track Tricks!

Mike Svagera’s mild restomod 1966 Charger proves you can do a reliable driver on the cheap. If we had a nickel for every time we heard the phrase, “I just want to build a good, reliable, fun, and drive-it-anywhere car,” … Continue reading

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Chevrolet Drag Tunes the Camaro SS

Written by Brandan Gillogly on May 1, 2017 Courtesy of Chevrolet – Photographer; Chevrolet Performance Tweaks an SS to Run 10s One of the first things we did when we got behind the wheel of a 2016 Camaro SS was … Continue reading

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55th Annual Chicago World of Wheels

By CASI Chicago on February 14, 2017 For the ultimate in automotive excitement, nothing rev’s up like a supercharged V-8 better than the O’Reilly Auto Parts Chicago World of Wheels, presented by South Oak Chrysler / Dodge / Jeep. Celebrating … Continue reading

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Mark Greenisen’s 1974 Gremlin Is a Bright-Green, Cone-Killing Monster

Written by David Dolmage on February 8, 2017 Robert McGaffin – Photographer; Mark Greenisen’s 1974 Gremlin might have started out as the cliché “little old lady’s car,” but it’s highly unlikely that little old lady would recognize it if she … Continue reading

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