Video Courtesy of SpooldMedia via YouTube The battle for the Stick-Shift title has been a red-hot segment over the last 12 months as four different racers with four totally different combinations have held the title and one of them is Yando Ulloa with his 1998 Mustang Cobra that is dubbed TT
By Michael Galimi Photos by the Author and Dave Milcarek A few weeks ago we teased—on social media—dyno testing of Project #PureEvil’s new engine combination, dubbed PE-2. It sounded rowdy, angry, and it crushed last year’s combination by a wide margin. The new Rich Groh Racing masterpiece has more of everything and
AEM has released DashDesign 2.0 editing software for its CD Carbon Digital Dash Displays. This is not an update—it is a completely new interface that makes everything easier! From identifying and creating channels, custom designs and managing layouts and templates to setting alarms, logging rates and lap times, DashDesign 2.0
No stranger to speed, having previously raced alcohol-burning go-karts on dirt tracks with his sons, Sunrise Beach, Missouri, resident Todd Bennett has turned his once street car into a full-tilt VP Racing Fuels Street Outlaw entry and plans to debut his recently re-focused 2013 Mustang GT at the Inaugural Gateway
Written by Steve Baur Photography by Kevin DiOssi As the Internet goes, there are all sorts of records that people claim for this and that, but the hardest ones to earn carry the fewest notations about the record. In the case of Yandro Ulloa’s Minion Mustang, it’s simply the quickest H-pattern, stick-shift
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