Ask Away! with Jeff Smith: Using Master Cylinder Math to Solve Brake Pedal Woes This is a Baer 6-piston caliper. You would calculate the area the same way as a four-piston except multiply the area by three instead of two. Larger calipers with more pistons apply load to the brake pad over a greater area of the pad, improving performance. (Image/Baer)
SPY SHOTS: See the 2018 Chevy Corvette ZR1 (Image/Brian Williams - SpiedBilde)
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How to Retrofit GM LS Valve Springs on LT1 Cylinder Heads (Image/COMP Cams)
Car Culture & Entertainment Vote Now in the 4th Annual OnAllCylinders Readers’ Choice Awards!

Vote Now in the 4th Annual OnAllCylinders Readers’ Choice Awards!

Welcome to the most inclusive Readers’ Choice Awards, anywhere, ever. How inclusive are we? You don’t even have to be an actual OnAllCylinders reader—or even make any choices (simply throw […]

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How to Retrofit GM LS Valve Springs on LT1 Cylinder Heads

Since the GM LS is such a popular engine series, LS-compatible parts are common and easy to find. Which means, if you’re using 1992-97 LT1-style heads on your engine, you […]

Q&A This is a Baer 6-piston caliper. You would calculate the area the same way as a four-piston except multiply the area by three instead of two. Larger calipers with more pistons apply load to the brake pad over a greater area of the pad, improving performance. (Image/Baer)

Ask Away! with Jeff Smith: Using Master Cylinder Math to Solve Brake Pedal Woes

  I have a ’64 El Camino that has been converted to front discs using 1970 Chevelle parts. I was told that I should change the master cylinder as well, […]

Automotive & Aftermarket News (Image/Brian Williams - SpiedBilde)

SPY SHOTS: See the 2018 Chevy Corvette ZR1

The SpiedBilde cameras were at it again, this time capturing what appears to be the 2018 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1, which many industry watchers are expecting to be the final Corvette […]

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The Hottest Rides and Gearhead Photos from Instagram (#landyacht) – August 2017

August is the birth month of American novelist Herman Melville, author of “Moby Dick.”  That historical tidbit got the OnAllCylinders staff thinking about whales (and similarly-sized Chryslers that seat about […]

Born For This: Nathan Popp Recounts First Autocross Competition
Motorsports

Born For This: Nathan Popp Recounts First Autocross Competition

Editor’s Note: Nathan Popp, 17, is the son of champion autocrosser and road racer Danny Popp. In his first OnAllCylinders column, Nathan recounts the story of his first autocross competition […]

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Car Culture & Entertainment / News & Car Culture / PowerSports

Harley-Davidson to Sponsor NBA’s Bucks; What Auto Brand Should Sponsor Your Team?

Harley-Davidson will be one of the pilot participants of the NBA’s new jersey patch sponsorship program being unveiled for the 2017-18 basketball season. The Milwaukee Bucks jerseys will feature the […]

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Videos & Galleries

Video: How to Use a Mittler Bros. Tubing Notcher to Make Stronger Weld Joints

Welding round tubing together is a common job for the custom metal fabricator. In order to get the strongest, safest weld on round tubing, you’ll need to notch the pipe […]

Mailbag: Which Muffler Design is Louder – Two- or Three-Chambers?
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Mailbag: Which Muffler Design is Louder – Two- or Three-Chambers?

You’ve got questions, we’ve got answers. We work with the Summit Racing tech department to help you tackle your auto-related conundrums. In this week’s Mailbag, we’re discussing two-chamber vs. three-chamber mufflers, and which […]

Bangshiftin’ & Roadtrippin’: 2017 Bonneville Speed Week 2017 Photo Gallery
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Bangshiftin’ & Roadtrippin’: 2017 Bonneville Speed Week 2017 Photo Gallery

The 2017 edition of Bonneville Speed Week kicked off this weekend and our friends at BangShift are doing what they do better than anyone—be live on the scene with on-point […]

This is an older Aeromotive fuel pressure regulator at the front of a small-block Chevy with a multi-point EFI manifold. The fuel enters the fuel rail on the far left and is regulated after exiting the fuel rail (right). Fuel returns by exiting the regulator at the bottom. (Image/Aeromotive)
Q&A

Ask Away! with Jeff Smith: Why You Should Locate Fuel Pressure Regulators Near the Engine

  I am making plans for an LS-swapped Chevelle with all kinds of cool parts, so I’m building the car in my head. I’ve seen lots of people use that […]

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Car Culture & Entertainment / Hot Rod Community Involvement

This Weekend’s PDRA Nationals: Beat “The Pumpkin” for a Purpose

Every once in a while, we hear about something happening in the racing community that’s too heartwarming not to share: Doug Hayes is a huge fan of drag racing. The […]

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Tech Articles

Oil Pans 101: Comparing Steel vs. Aluminum Oil Pans

Editor’s Note: Author Jeff Behuniak is with Canton Racing Products, a company that specializes in manufacturing oiling and cooling products for racing applications, including oil pans. … A lot of people […]

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Buyer's Guides / Parts

EcoBoost Mustang Upgrade Guide: Making the Most of Your 2.3L Engine

Ford’s engineers earned their paychecks when they designed the 2.3L EcoBoost engine. Making more than 300 horsepower, it’s no surprise that the mighty 4-cylinder replaced the venerable 3.7L V6 as […]