Strange Engineering Offering Full Line of 9 ½-inch and 10-inch Gears from U.S. Gear and Motive

Strange Engineering is offering a full line of 9 ½-inch and 10-inch ring and pinion gear sets from U.S. Gear and Motive. Based on the popular 9-inch Ford design, these gears are capable of handling the ever-increasing horsepower in classes

Where It All Started—ROUSH Competition Engines

The ROUSH name is revered in racing for producing killer combinations and powerful platforms. ROUSH Competition Engines—North, while a global powerhouse in its own right today, developed from ROUSH’s original start in the industry to focus on racing powerplants. Beginning his

Double Trouble—Prestige Motorsports built a twin TorqStorm-boosted LS engine that Holley gave away

By Steve Turner Photography courtesy of Prestige Motorsports If you have a project car out in the garage that needs an engine, you have dreamed of dropping a mega-power engine between the shock towers. For fans of the LS platform, which is

ProMedia Launches New Event Production Division

Santa Ana, CA (October 23, 2020) ProMedia Events & Publishing is proud to announce ProMedia Productions, a new division for the prominent sanctioning body and media company. The newly formed brand is a for-hire event production and logistics group offering

Tech Review—Visner Engine Development’s 4.600-inch bore space small-block Chevy engine

Written by Jason Reiss Photos by Visner Engine Development from the FSC files In the world of high-stakes doorslammer drag racing, power is king. In classes like Radial vs. The World and Pro 275, the winning combinations have traditionally been based around

Tech Review—Autokraft’s Kurt Anderson Talks Speedtech Performance’s First-Gen F-body Front Subframe System

Written by Jason Reiss Photography courtesy of Autokraft Race Cars & Restorations Even more than 50 years later, the first-generation F-Body Camaro and Firebird twins remain popular machines in the world of motorsports—especially in drag racing. The platform retains its demand for

Monster Motor—Paul Svinicki puts the first Godzilla-powered Mustang down the track

Written By Steve Turner Photography courtesy of Paul’s High Performance and Performance Racing Industry If you’ve been starting to hear the term ‘Godzilla’ popping up in performance circles and you are wondering why, it’s because Ford’s latest pushrod engine is making moves

ATI Performance Products Introduces New 8L90E Corvette 300M Output Shaft

ATI Performance Products has introduced its new 300M Output Shaft for C7 Corvettes and ZR1s equipped with the 8L90E transmission. Part #704050, the new 8L90E output is a direct OEM replacement, and requires no modifications. It's high-quality, in stock and

The Fast Files presented by Edelbrock—Kevin McMullin’s SN-95 rolled off the track and rode the wall in Bowling Green

Photography By Steve Turner and Rudy Rouweyha Fans of the NMRA G-Force Racing Transmissions Coyote Stock class know all too well how high the sealed-engine competitors fly round after round. The quickest machines do it in a controlled fashion, but when

Donato Sierchio is crowned 2020 GForce Performance Engineering King of the Street

The 2020 GForce Performance Engineering King of the Street competition was intense and when the contestants came together at the NMRA World Finals and Holley Intergalactic Ford Festival at Beech Bend Raceway Park in Bowling Green, Kentucky, New Jersey's Donato

Buyer’s Remorse—Ken Quartuccio’s Pro Mod ’67 Ford Mustang

Written by Ainsley Jacobs Photography by the Author and Courtesy of Jamie Miller It’s always tough parting with a favorite anything. When Ken Quartuccio let go of his ’69 Camaro, he quickly quelled his buyer’s remorse with a big dose of retail

Where It All Started—Livernois Motorsports

With deep roots in the automotive industry, Livernois Motorsports came into existence when founder Dan Millen followed a different path than his family’s prior two generations. Now, Millen’s company specializes in late-model Ford, GM, and Chrysler performance parts, service, and

Power Players—Chevrolet Performance delivers more muscular LS7 performance in LS427/570 crate engine

These engines are often direct derivatives of factory powerplant options that make more power when freed from the confines of factory emissions and NVH parameters. In the case of a fresh crate engine from the purveyors of the genre at

Tech Review—Pro Line Racing’s raised-cam Hemi sets the standard in big-dog racing classes

Written by Jason Reiss Photography courtesy of Pro Line Racing/Alan Johnson Performance Engineering In the world of high-stakes, no-holds-barred drag racing, one of the most successful over the last 15 years is Pro Line Racing in Ball Ground, Georgia. The company found

Shop Tour—Vengeance Racing Builds the Baddest GMs in the Nation

Written by Ainsley Jacobs Photos by Ainsley Jacobs Vengeance Racing (VR) has long been associated with building some of the quickest and fastest GM-based street cars, and we recently had the opportunity to take a tour of the shop, which offers late-model