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With FuelTech’s founder Anderson Dick at the helm, the throttle blades flew open and those well-fed horses began to gallop.
Four EFI intakes walk into a dyno: two dual-quads, a 105mm Hi-ram, and a polymer long-runner.
While the peak numbers might shake out like you'd expect, the overall results are quite interesting.
Holdener’s latest cross-matched quandary focuses on a lowly 4.8L LS engine and what would happen if you could bolt a supercharger from a Cadillac on it.
Applying its line of Low Shock Technology to the Gen-III Hemi, Comp Cams has put together an all-in-one cam and valvetrain package.
The Stage 2 HRT package combines power and streetability for late-model Mopars.
The goal was to have the most powerful twin-turbo C8 Corvette on the planet, and the team headed off to the dyno prove it.
460 cubes is an iconic Ford displacement, but it usually comes from a big-block Ford.
Cramming that much displacement into an off-the-shelf small-block is no easy feat, as Prestige Motorsports shows.
This video shows two Grand Nationals dueling it out on the 1/4-mile, but one of them is now sporting an LS2 engine in place of the boost-fed V6.
The C6 is a one of-a-kind Jon Sibal and Car Porn Racing collaboration which was built as a SEMA show vehicle known as the Black Manta.
The Great Temptors at ProCharger continue to tease us with only tidbits and soundbites of the LT2 straining under boost against those rollers.
Companies such as Total Cost Involved have embraced the idea that vintage muscle cars, with the right combination of components and thoughtful design, can give even the modern euro crowd a run for their money.
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