Centerforce has been helping people “Get A Grip” since the 1980s, and now they’re helping you “Shift Into Savings” with their consumer rebate program. Check it out inside to see how you can save up to $125 on new Centerforce products.
Michael Harding Senior Associate Editor
Michael is a full time Power Automedia writer and automotive enthusiast who doesn’t discriminate. Although Mopar is in his blood, he loves any car that looks great and drives even faster.
New and improved? it’s more like “breaking the mold” when seeking a valid description for the new FAST EZ-EFI 2.0, with a bold new look, a full-color touch-screen and LED diagnostics. And FAST is now accepting pre-orders, check inside to find out how to get yours on order.
With so many companies providing performance products, it’s always great to know that some companies pride themselves on their excellent customer service. Flowmaster Mufflers, B&M Racing, and Hurst Shifters all share the “customer first” philosophy.
For the entire month of April, Optima Batteries is offering an instant $20 discount on their batteries. No forms to fill out, no receipts to send in, just visit an authorized dealer or retailer, and when you go to pay, $20 stays with you. You can even get the discount when you order online.
Mopar owners are not left out in the cold when it comes to QA1. Tubular upper and lower control arms, dynamic strut rods, and more can be found on their web site. And later this year, a new, lighter K-member. Check it out here.
After the engine and transmission swap is done, you find out that your original driveshaft won’t fit, and you can’t drive your car anywhere. That means you have to take some measurements and order a custom driveshaft, and Dynotech Driveshafts shows us how it’s done.
Factory distributors leave little room for improvement. So when it comes to getting the most from your ignition system, Mallory Ignition has put together an information page describing their various distributors in order to help you choose which one better fits your needs.
MaxStreet is the name given to our 1966 Chevy II/Nova for the simple reason that it’s going to be built for maximum street presence. Follow along with our build progress here to keep you up to date with one of the baddest Novas to hit the streets.
Before the flip-body funny car came the altered wheelbase cars. These cars had the axles moved forward and this resulted in a car that looked “funny” and hence the funny car name was born. Check out the video and take a cruise down memory lane at a few seconds at a time.
‘Tis the season for savings, 10% savings to be exact. Now through January 2, 2013, everything that Moser Engineering sells on their web site is discounted when you go to check out and enter a code. Check the article to get the code… and the savings!
During the Holiday season, we can usually find something to be thankful for. Spohn Performance is giving their customers one more reason to be thankful with the largest sale they’ve ever had, with some items up to 40% off.
While many know them for their RV and load control products, Hellwig Products has an extensive line of sway bars for classic and muscle cars. They showed us their brand new drag bar for the ’68-’72 Chevrolet A body, and in classic Hellwig fashion it’s built to perform.
Silencing the vibrations of the sheet metal and insulating from heat are just two of the qualities that HushMat can provide to your hot rod or street rod. Ease of installation, and 100% adhesion guarantee make this one product that you’ll be glad you used.
Designed and built by racers who wanted the best, ReplayXD shows us some new gadgets for their tiny cameras. With several mounting systems and options for remote microphones and power, this video camera has what every racer needs.
Car shows are great entertainment for a weekend activity. The “All American Pow Wow” being held in Seaport Village in San Diego invites automotive enthusiasts from all walks of life. Beautiful scenery and awesome machines, who could ask for more?
At most drag strips, the car getting to the finish line first is one that you can recognize quite easily – usually because it’s a popular model. But Dustin Lee’s bracket winning race car is more recognizable for a different reason.