Three EVO Induction Upgrades from Wilson Manifolds

Written by Moore Good Ink Fort Lauderdale, Florida: Wilson Manifolds has recently announced three stages of ported cast aluminum intake upgrades and a new, trick, high-flow D-Shaped fuel rail for the Mitsubishi EVO. Using a factory cast intake manifold, Wilson provides a mild street stage and two full-race stages—one... read more

Roush Yates’ used 358cid Nationwide race engines with 400-800 miles of use: Great value for drag racers, vintage road racers, short track oval racers, and boat racers

Written By Moore Good Ink Mooresville, NC— Roush Yates Engines is now offering a limited number of used, complete, long-block ex-Nationwide race engines (without carburetor, intake manifold, and headers). With usage between 400 and 800 racing miles and prices starting at $16,000, these race engines should, where regulations permit,... read more

Roush Yates’ New 360 Sprint Car Engine

Written by Moore Good Ink Roush Yates Engines recently unveiled a new lightweight 360 Sprint Car engine. Complying with ASCS engine rules the new engine is approximately 25-35lb lighter than its Chevy counterpart and is based on a Ford Motorsports cast iron block with a deck height of 9... read more

Stoa Takes IMCA’s Triple Crown With World Products

Written by Moore Good Ink Boone, Iowa: Kevin Stoa is enjoying another excellent year in IMCA’s Modified division. By winning Friday’s Fast Shaft All-Star Invitational race at Boone Speedway, Stoa acquired IMCA Triple Crown status—a remarkable achievement.   The Triple Crown consists of IMCA’s Super Nationals, which he won in... read more

Stoa Takes IMCA's Triple Crown With World Products

Written by Moore Good Ink Boone, Iowa: Kevin Stoa is enjoying another excellent year in IMCA’s Modified division. By winning Friday’s Fast Shaft All-Star Invitational race at Boone Speedway, Stoa acquired IMCA Triple Crown status—a remarkable achievement.   The Triple Crown consists of IMCA’s Super Nationals, which he won in... read more