We take a look at the advantages of running a wet sump oil system and the advancements in wet sump technology with the experts at Peterson Fluid Systems and Moroso Performance Products.
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Don Creason is an automotive journalist with passions that lie from everything classic, all the way to modern muscle. Experienced tech writer, and all around car aficionado, Don's love for both cars and writing makes him the perfect addition to the Power Automedia team.
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ProCharger is about to unleash their new i-1 supercharger that promises to completely change the way we think about centrifugal boost.
We take a look back at NMRA’s Pure Street class, and racer Gene Hindman’s trick Centerforce clutch setup.
Electric water pumps have been around for a number of years in drag racing, however they’re not just for dedicated drag cars anymore. In this tech feature, we take a look at what makes an electric water pump work, and if one is right for your application.
The harshest environment in all of racing requires an engine oil that can withstand the stress of such conditions. EngineLabs takes a look at the key features of Prolong’s Nitro Racing Engine Oil.
Not all starters are created equal. Knowing how much torque is needed to crank a high compression engine is one of the keys to selecting a high output starter.
In this tech feature, we take a look at the art of custom racing intake manifolds and do our best to pry intake design and building secrets from two of the top intake builders in the nation.
See what goes into every new clutch from SPEC in this video that shows the company’s commitment to quality control, and building high performance clutches right here in the USA.
Chris Holbrook sets the AAA/SA Stock Eliminator class on end, shattering the ET and MPH records behind the wheel of his supercharged Coyote powered Cobra Jet Mustang.
The first race of the NMRA season is here. Lund Racing has three loaded guns in their arsenal, all carrying factory 6R80 automatic transmissions, and all three eight second capable on drag radials. We can already tell this is going to be an exciting season to watch.
Our old pal Terry Beefcake Reeves is up to it again, setting the bar high to kick off the NMRA season. With a new, more powerful engine combo, we see eight second time slips in the near future for this street driven Coyote.
They say that knowledge is power. AEM’s Dyno-Shaft and AQ-1 data logger show us the way to putting down more power at the track, and maximizing our race day setup. We explain some of the many ways the Dyno-Shaft can be used as a horsepower measurement and a tuning tool.
In this tech feature we take a look at some of the key differences between street car and drag racing brakes. We also take a look at the offerings from various companies in the realm of street/strip brakes.
With safety being a priority at the track, CJ Pony Parts details how to install a Maximum Motorsports drag race roll bar in a 2005-2013 Mustang with this informative step by step video.
You’ve no doubt heard of lithium ion batteries powering the latest green innovation from one auotmaker or another. These batteries though have a place in racing as well, offering lightweight and superior output when compared to their lead acid counterparts.