Articles written by: OnAllCylinders Staff

Oz-Fast: Steve McLaren’s 1970 Ford TC Cortina
Featured Vehicles / From the Summit Racing Catalog

Oz-Fast: Steve McLaren’s 1970 Ford TC Cortina

Question: What’s the difference between metal god/TV star Ozzy Osbourne and Australian hot rodder Steve McLaren? Answer: One sings at OzFest, the other drives Oz-Fast. OK, so the joke is […]

Despite Round 2 Eliminations, Summit Racing Team Leads NHRA Pro Stock Class
Events / Motorsports

Despite Round 2 Eliminations, Summit Racing Team Leads NHRA Pro Stock Class

Despite both drivers being eliminated in the second round of the SummitRacing.com NHRA Nationals Sunday, the Summit Racing team leaves Las Vegas, NV. atop the Pro Stock point standings. Reigning […]

Monday Mailbag: Aluminum vs. Iron Cylinder Heads & S10 Upgrades
Q&A

Monday Mailbag: Aluminum vs. Iron Cylinder Heads & S10 Upgrades

Got questions?             We’ve got the answers—Mondays when the Summit Racing tech department tackles your automotive-related conundrums. This week, we’re talking cylinder heads and Chevy S10 upgrades.. From: Gary Button […]

Line Ready to Reap the Rewards of a Las Vegas Win
Events / Motorsports

Line Ready to Reap the Rewards of a Las Vegas Win

Reigning NHRA Pro Stock champion Jason Line is fully aware of the pressures facing his Summit Racing team as they head to this weekend’s SummitRacing.com Nationals in Las Vegas. After […]

Anderson Anxious to Tackle the Challenge of Racing in Vegas
Events / Motorsports

Anderson Anxious to Tackle the Challenge of Racing in Vegas

Throughout the course of the season, competitors in the NHRA’s Full Throttle Drag Racing Series will invariably arrive at a track and/or location which holds additional significance for the driver […]

Mailbag: Race Fuel vs. Pump Gas
Q&A

Mailbag: Race Fuel vs. Pump Gas

Got questions?             We’ve got the answers—Mondays when the Summit Racing tech department tackles your automotive-related conundrums. This week, we’re answering your questions on race fuel and ring and pinions. […]

Ford Racing Introduces New Mustang Parts
New Products / Parts

Ford Racing Introduces New Mustang Parts

Rejoice, Mustang enthusiasts! Ford Racing announced this week it was releasing a bunch of new parts for Mustangs. These parts are coming soon to a Summit Racing retail store near […]

SEMA Purchases PRI in Surprise Move
News & Car Culture

SEMA Purchases PRI in Surprise Move

Two of our favorite acronyms have joined forces: SEMA and PRI. We received word today from Performance Racing Industry (PRI) that the organization, which produces the PRI business magazine and trade show, […]

Mailbag: Diagnosing Starter Issues and Resurrecting Your Ride
Q&A / Tech

Mailbag: Diagnosing Starter Issues and Resurrecting Your Ride

 Got questions? We’ve got the answers—Mondays when the Summit Racing tech department tackles your automotive-related conundrums. This week, we’re troubleshooting a starter and bringing a dormant vehicle back to life. […]

We set up our 347 as a fuel injected engine. The 10:1 compression long block is topped with a Trick Flow R-Series EFI intake manifold, a 70mm BBK throttle body, and 24 pounds-per-hour fuel injectors. A Ford EEC-IV computer controlled fuel and spark delivery for the dyno testing. You can read about the engine buildup in Strokers Wild: Part One.
Tech / Tech Projects

Project Strokers Wild (Part 4): Dyno-Testing our Ford Stroker Engines

Three hopped up Ford motors. 960 cubic inches. Hundreds of horsepower. Enough torque to pull down small office buildings. After building our Stroker’s Wild series of Ford stroker engines–a 347-cubic-inch […]