Moroso introduces a Tri-Lobe Five Stage Dry Sump Pump with a Brinn/Bert Bellhousing Bracket (part number 22405). The Tri-lobe 1.700 Scavenge sections feature individual timing gears to ensure proper clearance at the highest of rpm. The pump has a 1.200 spur gear pressure section based off Moroso’s billet wet sump pump design.
Moroso is highlighting its Aluminum Dry Sump, which fits Donovan-style blocks with 10" and 10-3 8" wide pan rails and 2-piece rear main seal. Engine application: Donovan 700, DRC2, Donovan-style blocks with 10" and 10-3/8" wide pan rails and 2-piece rear main seal Fully fabricated, aluminum Removable bottom with o-ring billet
Written By Steve Baur Photography by Kevin DiOssi Despite having parents that weren’t interested in cars for anything more than basic transportation, Bruce Maichle’s parents had good taste in them, with Dad driving a ’68 GTO, and Mom wheeling a ’70 Dodge Dart. “I’ve always liked cars and by the time I was
Written by Mike Carpenter Photography by the Author When Bill Kuhlmann broke the 200-mph barrier in 1987 with a 615-cubic-inch engine combination, that history making run changed the industry forever. Nitrous began to earn wide acceptance and monster-displacement engines became the norm. While breaking that mark remained a part of history, the 615
The 2019 NMCA Muscle Car Nationals season will come to a close at this weekend’s 18th annual World Street Finals presented by Chevrolet Performance. Many a driver hopes to secure a win or a class championship, and for multi-time champion Andy Warren, his battle for this year’s Detroit TrueTrac Nostalgia
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