Written by Derek Putnam Photography courtesy of Michael Fair and the manufacturers References abound for the “golden age” on almost any subject. Racing and muscle cars are no exception. In the 1960s and early 1970s, an order form at your local dealership was like being handed the keys to the candy store.
As horsepower and performance levels have never been higher, and the availability of standalone engine management systems has never been greater, it's not uncommon for enthusiasts to find themselves looking at both options for their build. When EFI became the norm in domestic vehicle production, it was often thought that it
Written By: Ainsley Jacobs Riverview, Florida’s Justin Jordan has been a fixture in the Mustang scene for several years now, taking his Coyote-powered, street-driven S197 Mustangs deep into the 7s in the quarter-mile. He’s claimed victories in most of the NMRA’s Turbo Coyote Shootouts, as well as in classes at various
AEM’s latest DashDesign Software update (1.04.10) has further enhanced the functionality of CD-5 & CD-7 Carbon dashes to ensure that it delivers the best experience possible for racing, track-day, hot rod, Powersports or any other application needing a digital dash that lets you see everything. This update allows CD Carbon
AEM has released its 8-Channel K-Type Thermocouple EGT CAN Module (PN 30-2224) that allows racers and enthusiasts to install eight K-type thermocouple sensors onto their vehicle and receive data from the sensors via a one-plug CAN bus connection. It connects out of the box to AEM’s CD Digital Dashes and