Tech Review—Proform Slim-Fit Radiators

Written by Miles Cook Photos courtesy of Proform Proform’s list of available components is downright impressive. We’re talking carburetors, distributors, alternators, starters, harmonic balancers, valvetrain and cylinder-head bits, scales, gaskets, tools and more. However, it was one of the company’s heat exchangers that really caught our eye thanks to its cutting-edge design

Devilishly More Powerful—Livernois Motorsports Adds 229RWHP to Dodge Challenger SRT Demon

We don't think there has ever been a more successful high-performance car launch than the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon as the FCA execs used impressive 9-second performances on the drag strip and an 808hp rating to garner a significant amount of attention. On the drag strip the car definitely didn't

Tech Review—Aeromotive Brushless Fuel Pumps

By Steve Turner Photos by Fastest Street Car and Aeromotive   As technology pushes engine performance into the stratosphere, the need to feed higher and higher levels of horsepower is omnipresent. For decades Aeromotive Inc. has created fuel system solutions for hi-po street cars and racing machines. Most recently, the company expanded into

Tech Review—JPC Racing 6R80 Delete Kit

Photos Courtesy of JPC Racing and Fastest Street Car The lethargic days of the AOD transmission are long behind us as Ford revamped the automatic-equipped Mustang landscape in 2005 and it has never looked back. The drag racing and street/strip markets have gravitated to the 6R80 six-speed auto that debuted in

Tech Review—Coan Billet Aluminum Powerglide Valvebody

Founded in 1976, Coan Engineering is a well-known presence in drag-racing circles. The company has long focused on transmission performance, reliability, and commitment to its customers, who range from street-car enthusiasts to those racing in the NMCA and NMRA series. Coan played a major role in introducing the first transbrakes for

Plug & Play—Bully Dog and SCT show us just how easy it is to upload big performance gains

Written By Steve Turner Photography by the author and courtesy of the manufacturers For any of our readers, tuning is part of the common vernacular. If you are modding a vehicle and hitting the racetrack in a computer-controlled vehicle, you need to recalibrate its programming to maximize performance. In some cases, you may

Tech Review—Vortech V-15/17 Superchargers

By Miles Cook Photography by Steve Turner As scribes covering the automotive aftermarket and the well-established drag-racing sanctioning bodies that are the NMCA and NMRA, we have long followed the engineering efforts of Vortech Superchargers. The company’s blower are synonymous with adding big power and lowering quarter-mile e.t.’s Established in the early 1990s,