Articles written by: David Fuller

David Fuller is Editor of OnAllCylinders. During his 17-year career in the automotive industry, he has covered a variety of races, shows, and industry events and has authored articles for multiple magazines. He has also partnered with mainstream and trade publications on a wide range of editorial projects. In 2012, he helped establish OnAllCylinders, where he enjoys covering all facets of hot rodding and racing.

Stroker Math (Part 1): Looking at the Math Behind Popular Stroker Engine Combinations
Tech / Tech Articles

Stroker Math (Part 1): Looking at the Math Behind Popular Stroker Engine Combinations

Maybe we should’ve called it “stroker science.” There is, after all, a formula involved in creating a stroker engine. Things like bore size, overbore, crankshaft stroke, and connecting rod length must […]

What You Should Know About Counterfeit Parts — and How You Can Avoid Them!
Automotive & Aftermarket News / News & Car Culture

What You Should Know About Counterfeit Parts — and How You Can Avoid Them!

On November 2 at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas, NV, U.S. Marshals seized alleged counterfeit aftermarket automotive parts being displayed and sold by six Chinese vendors. The parts infringed on […]

Photo Gallery: 57th Annual Houston AutoRama
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Photo Gallery: 57th Annual Houston AutoRama

Winter is almost here so we’re taking the fun indoors. We’re not talking about puzzles and games, either. We’re talking about the Summit Racing Show Car Series, which brings some of America’s […]

Video: How to Install Detroit Speed Mini-Tubs
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Video: How to Install Detroit Speed Mini-Tubs

Mini-tubbing dates back to 1960s-era drag racing. The act of widening a car’s rear wheelwells (mini-tubbing) still remains a popular option these days, but often for entirely different reasons. Because mini-tubbing […]

Quick Tech: 8 Tips for Properly Tuning Your Nitrous System
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Quick Tech: 8 Tips for Properly Tuning Your Nitrous System

Congratulations, you’ve settled on a nitrous system. There are any number of great systems on the market, and choosing a nitrous kit that’s right for your vehicle can be an […]

Parts Bin: Chevrolet Performance SEMA Parts Combos for 2017 Camaro
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Parts Bin: Chevrolet Performance SEMA Parts Combos for 2017 Camaro

From time to time, OnAllCylinders will provide a peek at some of the newest products and deals that can help get your next project on track for less. Check out […]

Video: Closer Look at Auto Meter’s Diesel Tach Adapter and Dash Link System
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Video: Closer Look at Auto Meter’s Diesel Tach Adapter and Dash Link System

Chuckles Garage in Santa Rosa, CA built its 1,200-horsepower, Cummins-powered 1949 Ford F-100 pickup for multiple purposes. The truck, aptly named “Old Smokey,” is designed for land speed racing, road racing, […]

The Top 11 Automotive Innovations We’re Thankful For
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The Top 11 Automotive Innovations We’re Thankful For

Time to give thanks. It goes without saying, but we’re most thankful for family, friends, good health, and the other meaningful blessings in our lives. We’re also thankful we get […]

First Look: Edelbrock’s Gen. III HEMI Cylinder Heads and Intake Manifold
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First Look: Edelbrock’s Gen. III HEMI Cylinder Heads and Intake Manifold

Good news, Mopar fans! The folks at Edelbrock have joined the Gen. III HEMI party with the introduction of their Performer RPM cylinder heads for Chrysler’s Gen. III HEMI engines. And […]

Booster Basics: How Carburetor Booster Design Relates to Your Vehicle’s Performance
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Booster Basics: How Carburetor Booster Design Relates to Your Vehicle’s Performance

To truly understand how carburetors work, you first have to know Daniel Bernoulli. Bernoulli was an 18th century scientist who discovered that pressure is inversely proportional to velocity. This principle, […]