Kooks Custom Headers designed these factory-replacement, big-tube shorty headers to replace the factory Tri-Y manifolds on the current Mustang platform. Testing shows a solid horsepower and torque gain throughout the RPM band.
You’ve waited patiently with great anticipation, but now the time has come to get BlownZ on the dyno and track tested. We worked very hard to get this far and we have more work to do, but the results are still impressive. If you want to learn more about our blown 388ci. LSX-powered Camaro, click here!
Curious to know whether or not your current LS-based engine needs a vacuum pump? We put one to the test; installing a GZ Motorsports Sportsman vacuum pump on a big-inch 454ci. LSx. What did the dyno numbers reveal? Read on to find out, right here!
Your first trip to an engine dyno facility can be intimidating, but it doesn’t need to be if you follow some basic guidelines. We talked to the experts at SuperFlow Dynamometers and Flowbenches to get the straight scoop on how to make your first trip to a dyno facility an efficient and rewarding experience.
The first mod many of us do to our cars is a cold air intake. We got with JLT and Brenspeed to install a JLT intake kit for a 2013 along with a custom tune from Brenspeed using SCT’s new iTSX. We then strapped the ’13 on our Dynojet and took it to Irwindale for some eighth mile track testing.
Installing Aeromotive’s Stealth fuel system for 05-09 Mustangs. Aeromotive has a revised version of the A1000 and Eliminator pumps to fit the stock plastic tank and use the factory siphon system. We install and test it it out, while jacking up the boost, on a supercharged 2005 3-valve.
The terminology, “There is no replacement for displacement”, is a thing of the past with Ford’s new EcoBoost technology. But there is always more power, and gas mileage, to be had. In this how-to we installed AIRAID’s cold air kit, part number 400-239, on our 2011 EcoBoost F-150 and then strapped it to the Dynojet
Maximizing the NOVI 2200 supercharger output will help achieve that goal as the JPC Racing ’11 Mustang shop car has already run 9.34 at 150 mph and cranks out 843 rwhp at 15 psi of boost and 6,600 rpm—any higher resulted in belt slippage. Now with the 8-rib upgrade, the team from JPC went back to the dyno…
When MSD let the world know that they were rolling out a new electronic fuel injection system, we couldn’t wait to get our hot little hands on one. We had the perfect car to test out the system and see if we could bring the car into the Atomic age. Check out our install and testing of MSD’s Atomic EFI kit here.
1,000 horsepower, 91 octane, and reliability are all words that you normally don’t hear together. But that is exactly what we are going for with our 427 cubic inch small block Ford destined for our ’65 Mustang we call “Biting the Bullitt”. Follow along through the entire engine build and engine dyno sessio
Take a look at what it takes to do some basic maintenance and part replacements for a 40+ year old classic, turning it into a project car you can drive back and forth to the shop. These basic steps will keep your project car running strong and durable until you’re ready to swap the powertrain.
In Part 1 of our two-part series, we perform Stage 1 and Stage 2 upgrades from Corvette Central Performance on Project Y2k, our 2000 Corvette. Follow along as we free up trapped horsepower with improved intake and exhaust flow…
Looking for some more power to pull your trailer or just to cruise on the street? Check out our install on Airaid’s latest F-250 air intake system, followed up by a complete dyno test!
Edelbrock has recently released their new E-Force supercharging system for the 2011 Mustang. This is different from your typical screw/roots style supercharger and really packs the latest technology. We got our hands on a kit, plus checked in with Brenspeed who has been doing their own supercharger testing.
COMP Cams was the first manufacturer to exploit the impressive new valvetrain design of the Coyote by releasing the first full-production aftermarket cams designed specifically for the 5.0L Modular engine, and StangTV takes a closer look at COMP’s new 5.0L pieces and put them to the test.
Check out our update on out project Biting the Bullitt 1965 Mustang where we finally get the engine on the dyno at QMP Racing. Also we update you on our TCI Mustang II front suspension conversion and preview what our next update will be.
If you’re tired of waiting for a Boss 302 Mustang, there’s a way to grab a little bit of its engineering and power right now, and apply it to your own 2011 Mustang GT. Follow along as we install a Boss 302 intake manifold, with Joseph Jones from Woodbine Motorsports, and check out the power difference on the dyno.