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Mailbag: Lowering ETs with a New Cam & Intake Manifold

Q: My current project is giving me trouble. I have a 1953 Chevy 1/2-ton truck with a 283 at .030 overbore and .010 under rods and mains. I’m running early […]

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Weight Training: Everything You Need to Know About Race Car Weight Distribution and Scales

All things being equal, a lightweight race car will always be quicker and faster than a heavy one. But even if you can’t take pounds out of the car, it’s […]

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Mailbag: Budget Tips for Lowering 60-Foot Times (and ETs, Too)!

  Q: I need some help getting my 1969 Camaro in the 12s at the track. The car has a 350 small block (bored .010-inch over) with 10:1 compression, .488/.510-inch lift […]

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Hawley Schooled: Preparation, Proper Mindset & How They Play a Role in Race Safety

When bad things happen at the dragstrip, it can almost always be traced back to one thing: a lack of preparation. “We don’t spend our time talking about what to […]

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Drag Radials 101: What You Need to Know About Drag Radials

Back in the early 1960s, the best tire you could get for a street/strip car was the Atlas Bucron. The Bucron was basically a retread bias-ply tire with a stickier […]