Articles written by: OnAllCylinders Staff

Featured Vehicles

Lot Shots Find of the Week: 1934 (or ’35) Chevy

We spotted this gem in the parking lot of the Summit Racing retail store in Tallmadge, OH. The “problem” is that we can’t tell whether it’s a 1934 or a […]

How Tos

Engine Building 101: Installation Tips for Piston & Connecting Rod Assemblies (Video)

In today’s video, our friends Brian and Mike from Summit Racing will take you through the entire process of installing your completed piston, piston ring, and connecting rod assemblies into […]

Readers' Rides

Photo Gallery: Readers Share Their Sleeper Rides

Our friends at Summit Racing invited the audiences of their Facebook page and OnAllCylinders to share photos of their sleeper cars. We liked it. And, as they do, hot-rodders delivered. […]

Videos & Galleries

How to Use Torque Angle to Secure Fasteners (Video)

Using torque angle to secure connecting rods offers advantages over traditional torque wrenches, says Summit Racing‘s Brian Nutter. In today’s video, Nutter talks about why he believes using torque angle […]

Q&A

Mailbag: Can I Use an EFI Kit to Control Ignition Timing?

Q: Can I use a fuel injection system to control my ignition timing? … A: Yes. Most fuel injection kits will work with your existing ignition system. All they really […]

How Tos

Video: How To Make Custom Spark Plug Wires and Test Resistance

Terry Wilson, a.k.a Coverman66, is just like us–someone whose love of hot rods and horsepower knows no bounds. At age 10 he was driving his uncle’s muscle cars on the […]

Product Profiles

Dorman Offers Low-Cost Fix for High Oil-Consuming Modern GM Engines

Editor’s Note: The following article was written by the smart folks at Dorman Auto Parts, which has been around since 1918, specializing in quality OE-fit replacement parts. You can read […]

Featured Vehicles

Lot Shots Find of the Week: 1966 Chevy Chevelle SS 396

Chevrolet entered the muscle car market with the introduction of its Chevelle (Malibu) SS in 1964. The first-generation Chevelle started out with 283 small block, but Chevy soon broke its own cubic inch […]

BluePrint Engines GM 400 C.I.D. crate engine
Videos & Galleries

Video: Crate Engine Shopping Tips From BluePrint Engines

Pete Stout from BluePrint Engines got with our friends at Summit Racing for their socially distanced Virtual Super Summit a couple of months ago, discussing key factors to consider when […]

Q&A

Mailbag: How Does an Ignition Coil Work?

Q: How does an ignition coil work? … A: Ignition coils are electrical transformers. They convert low voltage to high voltage through a process called induction. There are various designs, […]