Apr 12 2014

Buyer’s Guide: 7 Great UTV Accessories Just In Time for Riding Season

The calendar says it’s riding season, making now the optimum time to accessorize your side by side for your upcoming off-road adventures. We explored the offerings of our friends at PowerSports Place, and came up with seven accessories that you should consider adding to your UTV to make the most of your riding experience. Spring …

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Apr 12 2014

MSD Atomic EFI Fuel Injection Systems Now California Emissions-Legal

Rejoice, California hot rodders—MSD was recently granted Executive Order Number D-722 from the California Air Resources Board (CARB) making the Atomic Fuel Injection System (part numbers MSD-2900 and MSD-2910) legal for use on 1987 and older GM passenger cars and trucks that came from the factory with a carbureted V8 engine. According to MSD, the …

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Apr 11 2014

Jeep and Mopar Unveil Six New Concept Vehicles for Easter Jeep Safari

  The Easter Jeep Safari begins this weekend, and once again Jeep has used the occasion to unveil a lineup of new concept vehicles. Scroll through the images above to check out the six Jeep® concepts that will debut at this year’s event in Moab, UT. For this year, Jeep has eschewed the more outrageous …

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Apr 11 2014

How it Works: Better Performance with Moroso’s Air/Oil Separator

Positive crankcase ventilation (PCV) systems were created for a reason. These systems alleviate combustion pressure from an engine’s crankcase by using engine vacuum to suck the pressure out of the crankcase. Once the air pressure is drawn out of the crankcase, it is reintroduced into the intake charge as it enters the engine. While PCV systems play …

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Apr 10 2014

8 Tips for Properly Installing Copper Head Gaskets

When stepping up to performance cylinder head gaskets, your first order of business will be choosing the gasket material best suited for your application. See our How to Choose the Right Gasket post for a quick reference as to which material makes the most sense for you. Because of its durability, copper gaskets are commonly …

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Apr 09 2014

Final Corvette–Or What’s Left of It–Removed from Museum Sinkhole

It took almost two months to even locate it, but the 2001 Z06 Mallet Hammer Edition Corvette was finally retrieved from the infamous Corvette Museum sinkhole on Wednesday. The last of the eight Corvettes pulled from the wreckage, it was by far the most damaged of the cars that were swallowed up. You can see for …

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Apr 09 2014

Lot Shots Find of the Week: 1969 Chevrolet C10 Pickup

A parking lot is a parking lot is a parking lot—unless it’s the Summit Racing parking lot. On any given day or time, the lot outside a Summit Racing store can turn into an impromptu mini car show, depending on who’s stopped by the store. Each Wednesday, we’ll share our parking lot find of the …

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Apr 09 2014

She’s No Lemon: Bob Lemon’s 1965 Plymouth Satellite

Hanging out at his local dragstrip in greater Detroit, he was a just a boy with a dream. The 1964 Plymouth Belvedere had just broke onto the scene, and Bob Lemon wanted one. “This is back when Mopar dominated the dragstrip,” he said. “Back then, there was no such thing as leasing. We had to …

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Apr 08 2014

All Hail the 2014 Muscle Car Match-Ups Champion!

We started with 16 muscle cars and today we’re left with one shining star—literally. After three weeks of head-to-head voting, the Nova still burns brightly above all others in our 2014 Muscle Car Match-Ups competition. You voted the 1969 Chevrolet Yenko Nova as this year’s muscle car champion. And for some reason, we’re a little …

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