Compression Lesson

An engine’s compression ratio has a direct effect on it’s on-track performance, according to Dick Boyer of PMB Performance Products.  “If  you pay attention, you’ll see it nose over at the end of the straightaway,” says Boyer. “The... read more

The Snake & Mongoose movie premiere dates

By Ben Mozart Before The Snake & Mongoose movie is made available for general viewing in theatres across the country in September, it will be premiered at a series of venues between August 9 and 29. Some of these showings are invitation-only; their principal... read more

Inspecting a Multi-disc Clutch

by Jim Mozart Photos by Moore Good Ink Commonly, multi-disc racing clutches vary from 4.25-inch to 7.25-inch. Racers often favor the smallest diameter clutches available because they believe an advantage can be found in its lighter rotating mass. Yet experience... read more

Mont-Tremblant Historic races

By Bertie Scott Brown Photographs by Moore Good Ink By its nature the cut and thrust of professional sports, like big business, attracts its fair share of repulsive personalities—after all, they are at war; there can only be one winner! But in the historic racing... read more

Lash caps and hollow valve stems

Race Tech Magazine, July 23, 2013 Life is never easy for the valves in a racing engine. The pounding they received from the rocker arms is merciless, particularly in high revving applications or those where heavy duty valve springs are used. The situation is bad... read more


Ram’s single- and dual-disc assemblies for the Mustang 3.7 V6. By Ro McGonegal: It wasn’t that long ago (2008) when Ford’s 3-valve 4.6 Modular V8 produced 315 horsepower. Now, the 24-valve 3.7 liter V6 in the (2011-13) Mustang generates more than 305hp and 280 lb-ft... read more
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