LAUNDRY DAY—Adding a Parachute to project Boulevard Boost with Stroud Safety and Rhodes Race Cars

Written by Derek Putnam Photography by Michael Fair, the Author, and the manufacturers It’s easy to get caught up in the amount of power readily available in today’s automotive world. You’d have limited choices three decades ago to find a vehicle sporting 300 horsepower or more in as-delivered condition, whereas today’s 2020

Scoggin-Dickey Race Shop’s New Billet 572ci Blown Big-Block Chevy Crate Engine

While Scoggin-Dickey Parts Center is a well-known company offering all manner of Chevrolet Performance Parts, crate engines, and more, the company also has a custom engine building division known as Scoggin-Dickey Race Shop. At the 2019 Performance Racing Industry Show held at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, Scoggin-Dickey debuted

Belting It Out—Centrifugal-boosted Pro Mods are here to stay and this is how they compete against other combos

Written by Jason Reiss Photography by FSC Archives/Tara Bowker/Courtesy of the Manufacturers For many years, the Pro Mod eliminator enjoyed three main options for extra-atmospheric vehicle propulsion: superchargers, nitrous oxide injection, and turbochargers—with the latter two choices mostly self-explanatory. Until recently, blown combinations were mostly centered around Hemi engines topped off with

Ron Belcher Preps for SGMP with Supercharger Swap

Written by Ainsley Jacobs NMCA Edelbrock Xtreme Street/Ultra Street competitor Ron Belcher and 2016 NMCA Holley EFI Real Street champion Camren Massengale, two heavy-hitting team RPM Transmissions racers, headed over to Muncie Dragway in Indiana on Thursday, October 11, in preparation for Donald “Duck” Long’s upcoming No Mercy mega race at

It’s the Same, But Different—Michael Ciborowski’s Move to NMRA ProCharger Modified Street for 2020

Tank racing is only cool if you’re racing actual tanks. For 2018 NMRA Steeda Limited Street champion Michael Ciborowski, he knew he needed something lighter if he wanted to go faster—so he made it happen and commissioned a near-clone of his current car. Running—and winning—in the inaugural NMRA Limited Street season

Silver Metal—ProCharger celebrated its 25th anniversary with a test and tune day for dealers and media

By Steve Turner Photography courtesy of ProCharger A gentle rain dampens the track as a bright yellow Camaro attacks the corners at speed. Joining the sound of water flinging off the tires is the whoosh of boost under the hood as the driver squeezes on the loud pedal out of the turn.