By Pat Bateman Photography courtesy of Carmack Engineering Nothing brings the NMCA fans to stands like the call for VP Racing Fuels Pro Mod to the staging lanes. With blowers, nitrous, or turbos force-feeding massive engines to produce beyond 3,000 horsepower, the track is about to get a workout. After the long
The Nitto Tire NMRA/NMCA Super Bowl of Street-Legal Drag Racing presented by FST Carburetors is the most recognized street car motorsport event on the planet and it always features the largest manufacturers midway of the year. The action begins on Thursday, July 25, and culminates on Sunday, July 28, when
The nifty little ECU controller and the EEC-IV adapter harness are included with EFI Source’s MircoSquirt system for pushrod Ford V-8s from 1986-1995. By Miles Cook Photos Courtesy of EFI Source EFI Source is an intriguing resource for aftermarket late-model EFI setups, providing easy-to-install plug and play stand-alone upgrades. The company
Purveyor of high-performance suspension parts, BMR Suspension, has introduced an all-new rear suspension kit for 1978-1987 GM G-body vehicles. The kits, which include upper control arms, lower control arms, and control arm reinforcement braces, are manufactured from 1-1/2-inch and 1-5/8-inch DOM tubing and help to reduce wheel hop, improve launches,
John Kilgore Racing Transmissions recently released the new SUPER-LITE drag racing automatic transmission. Proven in testing to be one-tenth of a second quicker than transmissions from other manufacturers during back-to-back tests, the Kilgore SUPER-LITE transmission was designed by John Kilgore himself. Kilgore found a way to remove 15 pounds of
High crankcase vacuum can improve piston ring seal, prevent blow-by, and help aid in producing more horsepower, but many racers wish to run low-tension piston rings for less friction and have to compromise on vacuum pressure. Aerospace Components’ new Vacuum Pump System allows racers to get the best of both.
In the high-performance game, there are several unsung heroes when it comes to go-fast parts, and one of the most important and underappreciated parts are the fasteners in the engine. Head studs are rarely seen outside of assembly/disassembly process of the engine and even when they are seen, their outward