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Breaking-in an engine is an important step in getting the most performance possible out of it.
Here's how to accomplish a solid break-in without an engine dyno.
Modern pistons have come a long way, with modern technology blurring the lines between the traditional choices.
Piston coatings can help alloys venture into areas where they were out of their depth previously.
There are short sound bits recorded both on track and on the street, so we know this one isn’t coming from one of the C8.Rs.
It can be hard to be different when using the most popular engine platform in the aftermarket.
With this build, Prestige Motorsports goes way past different, creating a genuinely unique combination.
Two distinct truths about drag racing; the better you get, the shorter the ride, and you’re always chasing the next weakest link in your push to go faster.
To show the extent that Optima Batteries can withstand, the company posted a video titled “Ice & Fire,” where they take one of their Red Top batteries to both extremes, almost instantly.
Thanks to the LS-engine’s constant evolution and aftermarket add-ons such as supercharging, we can now enjoy power levels like never before.
With FuelTech’s founder Anderson Dick at the helm, the throttle blades flew open and those well-fed horses began to gallop.
Four EFI intakes walk into a dyno: two dual-quads, a 105mm Hi-ram, and a polymer long-runner.
While the peak numbers might shake out like you'd expect, the overall results are quite interesting.
Holdener’s latest cross-matched quandary focuses on a lowly 4.8L LS engine and what would happen if you could bolt a supercharger from a Cadillac on it.
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