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Jesel includes a 3/8-inch drive Torx socket with each rocker shaft kit. In this application, there are several ports where the hardware protrudes into the port. Obviously, in each of these ports, sealant has to be used on the fastener to eliminate vacuum leaks. Additionally, if longer than stock valves are used, you’ll have to shim the rocker stands to maintain valve train geometry.
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Off Your Rocker: 4 Reasons It Might be Time to Step up to Shaft-Mount Rockers

When Chevy’s small block debuted in 1955, it didn’t take long for it to be regarded as a marvel of performance engineering, particularly when it came to its innovative valvetrain. […]

Quick Tech: Oversteer vs. Understeer and How to Correct Both
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Quick Tech: Oversteer vs. Understeer and How to Correct Both

Oversteer and understeer are terms used to describe steering sensitivity in vehicles. We’re going to introduce you to both conditions, and talk about the ways they can be corrected, if so […]

Throwback Thursday: Indy 500 Racing in the 1920s
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Throwback Thursday: Indy 500 Racing in the 1920s

You never know what you might find when cleaning out a garage or basement. A friend of a friend found these old, original Indianapolis 500 photos from the 1920s. The guys […]

2015 Charger Hellcat Boasts 204 MPH Top Speed, 707 Horsepower
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2015 Charger Hellcat Boasts 204 MPH Top Speed, 707 Horsepower

Chrysler Group unveiled the 2015 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat today—the four-door performance sedan to be powered by Chrysler’s 707-horsepower supercharged 6.2-liter Hellcat engine. The car will be introduced to the public […]

The Truck Lincoln Should Have Built: Ken Lempert’s 1937 Lincoln Pickup
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The Truck Lincoln Should Have Built: Ken Lempert’s 1937 Lincoln Pickup

Chances are this is the first 1937 Lincoln pickup you’ve laid your eyes on. That’s because this is likely the only one in existence. Lincoln never produced a pickup in […]

Video: Leno Tests Harley-Davidson’s Livewire EV
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Video: Leno Tests Harley-Davidson’s Livewire EV

Electric-powered vehicles are a touchy subject among performance enthusiasts. So when Harley-Davidson unveiled its Livewire EV electric bike concept, there were no shortages of opinions and criticisms. It’s one thing […]

Video: How Conical Valve Springs Can Add Muscle to Your Engine
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Video: How Conical Valve Springs Can Add Muscle to Your Engine

In this video, Billy Godbold, chief cam designer and astrophysicist at COMP Cams, explains how COMP Cams’ conical valve springs help control heat and friction by dampening spring vibrations and […]

SCTA Cancels Speed Week at Bonneville Salt Flats
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SCTA Cancels Speed Week at Bonneville Salt Flats

Speed Week at the famed Bonneville Salt Flats has been cancelled due to heavy rains leaving the densely packed salt under standing water and not enough time to dry. Speed […]

Monday Mailbag: Understanding Cam and Valvetrain Basics
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Monday Mailbag: Understanding Cam and Valvetrain Basics

You’ve got questions. We’ve got the answers—Mondays when the Summit Racing tech department tackles your automotive-related conundrums. This week, we’re answering some basic valvetrain-related questions. J.H.  Kegley, WV Q: Here are a […]

The two-tone Sherwin-Williams Rutledge Wood Green and Brilliant White paint by Brian’s Paint and Body (Sharpsburg, GA) sure looks sharp. Kenwood Rod Shop did a masterful job of tucking in the front bumper closer to the body. The wheels are painted Wheel Vintiques smoothies shod in Coker whitewalls. And yes, sharp-eyed readers, the windshield was not installed when this photo was taken. Just pretend there’s glass and molding sitting there.
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Rutledge Wood Plymouth Wagon: The Final Chapter

In our last update on the Rutledge Wood/Summit Racing 1953 Plymouth Suburban Wagon project, we talked more about Rutledge’s appearance at the Hot Rod Magazine Power Tour stop at Summit […]

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