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.

Cover Story: How to Choose the Right Tonneau Cover
Buyer's Guides / How Tos / Parts / Tech

Cover Story: How to Choose the Right Tonneau Cover

Conventional wisdom used to say: “Drive your truck with the tailgate down and you’ll reduce drag and save gas. Better yet, just take it off and you’ll be lighter, too!” […]

Project X-Box Update: Denny Terzich’s Pro Touring 1955 Chevy
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Project X-Box Update: Denny Terzich’s Pro Touring 1955 Chevy

Hot rod builder Denny Terzich is at it again. And once again, he’s bringing Summit Racing along for the ride. His latest project, a Pro Touring-style 1955 Chevy, is in […]

Parking Lot Engine Swap: The Movie!
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Parking Lot Engine Swap: The Movie!

OnAllCylinders proudly presents a movie about a car that only runs on seven cylinders. Yeah…the irony isn’t lost on us. Editors from Hot Rod magazine drove an ailing El Camino 500 […]

Dyno Duel: Engine vs. Chassis Dynos & What You Should Know
Tech / Tech Articles

Dyno Duel: Engine vs. Chassis Dynos & What You Should Know

So you just A) bought a high performance engine; B) bolted some go-fast parts on your existing engine, or C) built a brand new engine. Now you’re chomping at the […]

Shop Talk: 10 Gearhead Ways to Say Happy Mother’s Day!
Buyer's Guides / News & Car Culture

Shop Talk: 10 Gearhead Ways to Say Happy Mother’s Day!

You forgot again, didn’t you? Even after we tried to help you remember with our Mother’s Day Tune-Up post last week, you forgot about Mother’s Day this weekend. No worries, […]

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PowerSports / Tech / Tech Articles

12 Routine Maintenance Tips for Dirt Bikes

“An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.”         That’s a time-tested piece of fire fighting advice that also applies to things like our health, security, and yes—even your […]

Air Intakes 201: How to Choose an Air Intake
How Tos / Tech

Air Intakes 201: How to Choose an Air Intake

An aftermarket air intake is often the first performance upgrade people make to their vehicle—and for good reason. A high performance air intake kit delivers instant horsepower gains, enhanced throttle […]

Monday Mailbag:  What’s Poppin’? Possibly Worn Cam Lobes
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Monday Mailbag: What’s Poppin’? Possibly Worn Cam Lobes

Got questions? We’ve got the answers—Mondays when the Summit Racing tech department tackles your automotive-related conundrums. This week, we’re diagnosing unwelcome exhaust noise. From: R.C. • Dunnellon, FL Q: I’m […]

Forbes Magazine Unveils its 10 Fastest Rides for Under $50,000
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Forbes Magazine Unveils its 10 Fastest Rides for Under $50,000

Supercars are like super models. They’re exotic, stunningly beautiful, fun to stare at—and completely unattainable for the everyman. That’s why Forbes magazine has once again dedicated an article to the […]

Video: How to Select the Right Exhaust Pipe Diameter
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Video: How to Select the Right Exhaust Pipe Diameter

“Measure twice, cut once.” It’s some of dad’s greatest advice, and it certainly applies to assembling a custom exhaust system and components. Here’s another great piece of advice for building […]