There is no lack of aftermarket options when it comes to tubular front K-members for your late-model Mustang, and sorting out the differences and fitments can be a long, tedious process involving hours of Internet searches, phone calls and more. Maximum Motorsports has been in the late-model Mustang game since
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
Written By Steve Baur Photography Courtesy of Energy Manufacturing and Callies Performance Products There is a certain level of engine building where custom parts are required, and the unfortunate side effect of “custom” is lengthy delivery times. Energy Manufacturing, working with its sister company Callies Performance Products, set out to greatly reduce
Written by Miles Cook Photography courtesy of Holley Performance We love Corvettes of all generations from the first 1953-1962 solid-axle cars to the timeless Mid-Year era from 1963-1967. Shark-body Vettes followed in 1968 and lasted all the way until 1982. From there, the C4, C5, and C6 generations proudly flew the crossed
Written by Miles Cook Photos courtesy of Ultimate Headers For any NMCA or NMRA competitor — whether it be a street-oriented car running 11s in True Street or an all-out, 3-second heavy hitter in the Pro Mod class — high-quality, lightweight aftermarket wheels are a worthwhile upgrade to consider in any discussion.
Written By Steve Baur Photography Courtesy of Aerospace Components and Gwatney Performance Innovation From the whirling, buzzing and busy CNC machines at Aerospace Components comes the company’s latest high-performance brake upgrades whittled out of billet aluminum and designed specifically for 2010-2015 and 2016-2019 Camaros. Aerospace Components offers both front and rear braking packages
By Dan Foley Photos by the author and Performance Distributors Today’s engines, both stock and modified, make more power than ever before. Turbocharger and superchargers are commonplace, even from the factory. Modified cars demand a lot more spark and they need it all the time. If you are relying on the factory
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