Kevin Lumsden’s Classic Camaro takes on Late-Model Muscle in the NMCA’s Chevrolet Performance Stock Class

Hugger Orange Hot Rod Kevin Lumsden takes on the Chevrolet Performance Stock competition in his iconic 1969 Camaro   Written by Steve Baur Photography by Kevin DiOssi In 2015, Kevin Lumsden of Royce City, Texas, showed up at Lucas Oil Raceway at Indianapolis with the first DR525-powered car, a Fourth-Gen Camaro SS destined to compete

Hot Crate—Heat up your next project with Mopar’s 807-horsepower Hellcrate Redeye Supercharged HEMI crate engine

Written by Steve Turner Photography courtesy of FCA North America The horsepower wars are definitely raging on dealership lots, and no company revels in touting the output of its engine more than Dodge. However, these mega-powered modern engines are increasingly not limited factory machines. These days the company offers a wide variety

Edelbrock and Pat Musi Racing Engines Strengthen Crate Engine Partnership

Content courtesy of Edelbrock and Pat Musi Racing Engines Edelbrock, a leading manufacturer and distributor of aftermarket performance parts, in conjunction with Pat Musi Racing Engines, is pleased to offer a high-performance engine designed to rule the streets. Featuring 555 cubic inches, 723 horsepower and 652 ft-lbs of torque (with Pro-Flo

New SP383 EFI Expands Chevrolet Performance’s Crate Engine Portfolio

At the SEMA Show, Chevrolet Performance is celebrating 65 years of Small-Block innovation with its all-new SP383 EFI. A contemporary twist on the classic 383 Small-Block “stroker” combination, the SP383 EFI melds the big torque of the long-stroke 383 with the drivability of electronic fuel injection. “Chevrolet Performance’s newest crate engine