Don’t overlook the importance of sticky tires and performance sway bars.
Most auto enthusiasts tend to measure speed in a straight line, while a small percentage will also give equal importance to the turns. Successfully negotiating a tight, hairpin turn at full gallop provides a thrill that is hard to beat.... more
Ricardo Topete - March 01, 2012 10:00 AM - Comments
You can install these Jim Meyer kits at home in a weekend
There are a lot of reasons why you may want to install a new rearend kit in your ride and these Jim Meyer Racing Products, any-width kits, with new 31-spline (or optional 35-spline) Dutchman alloy axles, cover most of them.... more
Jerry Slattery - February 16, 2012 10:00 AM - Comments
Winning Team Goes to NASCAR Country
As NASCAR's past and present were on display at the inaugural NASCAR Acceleration Weekend, the sports' future was well-represented by none other than high school junior Aileen Melendez of Anaheim, Calif., who showcased her engine building skills to a... more
Larry Jewett - February 15, 2012 01:41 PM - Comments
Street-savvy approaches to Ford performance engine building
We’ve all heard this time and time again — 500 horsepower for under five grand on pump gas. Yeah, right. It’s one of the greatest tales ever told by car magazines, however, it’s not always realistic or affordable.... more
Jim Smart - February 09, 2012 10:00 AM - Comments
A slick way to spiff up the interior of your Mustang and shed a few pounds.
Mustangs, like many other sports cars, have rear seats that are mainly there for moral support. It’s cramped enough to give anybody a case of claustrophobia.... more
Ricardo Topete - January 26, 2012 10:00 AM - Comments