Camshaft degreeing not only helps optimize an engine’s power, but also can have a positive impact on its reliability and long-term durability.
Increasing engine compression can be an effective way to achieve more horsepower, and doesn’t have to break the bank or require a total rebuild.
Ring and pinion gear selection depends on a lot of factors, from application, to vehicle weight, to engine performance.
Beehive valve springs borrow proven military aircraft engine technology to boost the performance of automotive engines at a reasonable cost.
An aftermarket automarket shifter is a popular upgrade. Proper shifter selection and installation can maximize performance and reliability.
Safety equipment in the automotive racing world has evolved greatly over the past couple decades, with new standards and increased effectiveness.
The Rochester Quadrajet frequently gets no respect as a performance carburetor, but configured correctly, it can be a solid performer on and off the track.
Drag slicks can be an expensive investment, and taking proper care of them off the track can be just as important as how they are treated on race day.
Use of a safety blanket on critical components can help improve driver safety and reduce injuries in a wide variety of motorsports categories.
Building a race engine can seem overwhelming at first, but with proper planning and careful research, can be a very rewardng experience.