Remedy for Jeep’s steering ailments:

Solutions all hot rodders should know. By Archie Bosman: Many consider type CJ Jeeps, those in production from 1976 to ’86 susceptible to internal steering column ailments, particularly the open-top models where the column could be exposed to rain, snow, dirt and dust which hastens wear. The wear is... read more

The 14th annual Holley National Hot Rod Reunion®

The 14th annual Holley National Hot Rod Reunion® presented by AAA Insurance, is heading back to historic Beech Bend Raceway Park and beautiful Bowling Green, Kentucky, Father’s Day weekend, June 16-18.   The Reunion features:   Heacock Classic Cruise In and Fanfest (Wednesday-downtown) • Hot Heads Eliminator Nostalgia Nitro... read more

Ever thought of stunt car driving?

Police, military and film directors think about it all the time. By Freddie Heaney: Bobby Ore has made an adventure out of stunt-car driving and when his stunt operation arrived at Atlanta Motorsports Park in mid-March it was a rare opportunity to meet the man. If you could rock... read more

Why Turbocharging? Simple advice for beginners

By Doug Erber: In the United States, OEM’s (Original Equipment Manufacturers) are turning to turbocharging as a method of downsizing engine displacement and increasing fuel economy. At the other end of the spectrum, those in charge of developing high-performance and racing engines, are targeting it for substantial power gains.... read more

Eddie fixes downside of serpentine belt kits

By Vic Moore: I often wonder how Joe Rode, the able manager of Eddie’s Motorsports, will cap his career. Why? Because he’s constantly observing, endlessly productive. Tall, lanky even, with a physique that doesn’t vary too much, I remember studying him on foot along a crowded corridor at a... read more

Motown LS: Unfamiliar hybrid

By Sam Logan: What’s the motivation for adapting LS cylinder heads to a small-block Chevrolet engine? Why not just go out and buy a used LS-series? It’s a modern power unit; it’s bestowed with high flowing heads, it’s readily available and it’s affordable…all the benefits you could desire. Except... read more

New Motown Pro Lightweight SBC Block From World Products

World Products has introduced a new lightweight cast-iron small block for racing and performance applications. Weighing in at a nominal 178lb the Motown Pro Lightweight is cast from a special 40,000psi iron alloy for increased strength while weighing significantly less than typical aftermarket blocks. The new block is available... read more

Servicing Mass Airflow Sensors

Ray Bohacz is a journalist in the automotive field and author of CarTech’s book “How to tune and win with Demon Carburetion”. He is also a monthly contributor to Hemming’s Muscle Machines magazine. Additionally, Ray writes short articles for the agriculture industry and is featured in a series of... read more

Helpful tips you need to know about racing oils

Meet specialist Len Groom. By Freddie Heaney: Between a crankshaft journal and a rod bearing a film of oil resides in a space approximately the thickness of a human hair. In last year’s Pro Stock 500cu in V8 racing engines, crankshafts were spinning near 11,500rpm. In 2006 the V8... read more