Building a performance vehicle for the street or track is always a balance between opposing needs. Form vs function. Power vs weight. Strength vs lightness. Most of the time, one of those needs is more important to the build, so the other is sacrificed. But now Mishimoto is offering a new product to help with your boosted build.
Dayco, a leading engine products and drive systems specialist for the automotive, industrial and aftermarket sectors, is growing its line of high performance racing products for today’s engine builders and race teams.
For some, rowing the gears is the only way to fly. That is the mantra of Jeff Smith. Known as the Stick Shift Dude on social media, he is a regular in stick-shift racing across the Southeast, including consistent appearances in the TREMEC Stick Shift Shootout a several Holley NMRA Ford Nationals events.
PROFORM’s Super-Street Roller Rockers are gaining a new member to the family; perfect for serious street performers and weekend-warrior racers looking to Unleash the Horsepower of their LS Gen III/IV V8 Engines.
MAHLE Motorsport now offers drop-in replacement pistons designed for use with the factory Gen 4, i.e. 2005+ rotating assembly that minimizes machine work and maximizes reliability and performance for stock bottom end 5.3L LS engines.
Direct injection has become increasingly popular with vehicle manufacturers due to being able to precisely deliver a specific measure of fuel into the combustion chamber. But, like port injectors. they can—and do—clog.
TH400 drag racers seeking a radical edge over the competition will get the total package of performance, consistency and safety with the new Smart-Tech® drum module from Sonnax. It’s the first and only Turbo 400 upgrade to deliver a big boost in transmission efficiency for more power to the ground, improved traction/stability on the shifts and unmatched protection against catastroph...
System 1 Filtration Products has expanded its lineup of cleanable oil filters to include an extra-tall model that’s 7-3/4- in length, 3-3/4-inch in diameter, and ideally suited for robust automotive and light duty truck use.
The 4L60E and 4L65E transmissions served duty behind GM’s muscle and sports cars for over 20 years, and with an LS powerplant that readily accepted modifications and churned out plenty of power, it wasn’t a surprise when the transmissions behind these engines began to show their weak points.
Philadelphia Racing Products (PRP) has a knack for improving on currently available products and has a dozen CNC machines whittling billet aluminum into components that look great, function as designed, and outperform most.
Camshafts, and the shape of the lobes on them, can play a dramatic effect on how a vehicle performs at different engine speeds. Understanding how they work—and the different types available—will help you to maximize your four-stroke engine’s performance.
Since its inception, General Motors’ LS engine was a wildly successful platform, but some don’t know its history. LS was the name given to the all-new modular design Gen 3 and Gen 4 small-block engines from 1997 to 2020.
You might think of synthetic oils as a relatively modern development in the world of performance, but Red Line Synthetic Oil began offering its advanced lubrication products more than four decades ago when Peter Filice and Tim Kerrigan founded Red Line Synthetic Oil in 1979.
The ProCharger Accessory Drive Kit offers the sleek design style you expect from our brand, and a unique supercharger bracket design that offers you the convenience of adding the supercharger kit when you are ready.
In the world of sway bars (anti-roll bars), bigger seems to be better. Can they be too big? Or do you even need a sway bar at all? There’s a lot of questions you might be asking yourself about sway bars.
After being involved in revolutionizing the sport of drag racing through his pioneering work with nitrous oxide, Dale Vaznaian is doing it again with his innovative new company, Compressed Air Supercharging.
If you’re looking to replace or upgrade your 1994-2004 Mustang K-member, QA1 has the bolt-in solution. QA1 tubular K-members are lighter and stronger and offer more exhaust clearance than factory Mustang K-members.
Developed in-house using BTR-designed lobes, extensive in-house Spintron testing, and thorough vetting on its Superflow Engine Dynamometer, the new Gen V 230 LT camshaft from Brian Tooley Racing is the latest offering in the company’s LT line up.
Holley Dominator EFI kits are available for variety of popular applications, such as LS kits with and without drive-by-wire and transmission control and several universal kits for conventional pushrod Ford and Chevrolet engines.