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Meziere True Start Starters

Take a heaping cup of cubic inches. Add in lots of compression, big horsepower, and a dash of extreme operating conditions. Mix well and pour into your race car of […]

Parts / Product Profiles

Closer Look: GMPP Carbureted LS 364 Crate Engine

Is there such thing as too much technology? For many old school hot rodders, the answer is a resounding “yes.” Take engine technology, for example. Today’s innovative engines deliver unsurpassed […]

Tech Articles

Wheel Offsets 101: The Basics of Wheel Offsets

Should you go with the powdercoated or chrome-plated wheels? How about a sporty five-spoke wheel…or maybe the classic smoothie look? Yes, style and finish are important considerations when choosing a […]

Featured Vehicles / From the Summit Racing Catalog

Highway Star: Tom & Jan Stepp’s ’59 Cadillac Series 62 Sedan

This story originally appeared on SummitRacing.com on 4/9/2010. Daily drivers are like opinions, everyone has one, and some are better than others. We’re betting you’d be hard pressed to find […]

From the Summit Racing Catalog

Ron Wood’s 1967 Chevelle SS

Editor’s note: This story appeared originally at SummitRacing.com on 8/26/2005. Ron Wood was Pro Street when Pro Street wasn’t popular. Back in the early 1970s, he ran Goodyear Indy oval […]

Product Profiles

Ford Racing’s Boss 302 Block

It’s a wonderfully wacky world we car people live in. The things that turn our cranks would only puzzle those outside the fraternity. After all, who but a fellow gearhead […]

Featured Vehicles / From the Summit Racing Catalog

Blue Bullet Si: Mike Gbur’s 2000 Honda Civic Si

The ponycar-era effectively began when the first Mustang rolled off the assembly line in 1964. It unceremoniously ended in the mid-1970s with the passage of stricter emissions laws and the […]

Featured Vehicles / From the Summit Racing Catalog

5.0 Revival: Summit Racing’s SN95 Mustang Project

It’s easy to dream about turning your daily driver Mustang into a tire-smokin’ horsepower-house with looks to match. Finding the time and money to do it all can be another […]

How Tos / Tech / Tech Articles

Step-by-Step: Upgrading a Ford 8.8 Rear Axle

Although the 8.8-inch rear axle found under zillions of 5.0L and 4.6L Ford Mustangs is a pretty good piece right from the factory, there are a couple of drawbacks: a […]

How Tos / Tech / Tech Articles

Step-by-Step: Installing TCI’s Powerglide Trans-Brake

The most popular automatic transmission in drag racing is GM’s two-speed Powerglide. A lot of those ’Glides have trans-brakes in them. Put those two thoughts together and voila—instant tech story. […]