TECH

War Pony, Whoa-and-Go Components – Brake…

            In the last installment of “War Pony,” we examined …

            In the last installment of “War Pony,” we examined the instrument package and suspension components used on the project. Now we’ll take a close look at the brake system along with more of the rear suspension parts, primaril (Read more...)

Shifty Mach I – Power Increase Demands Q…

           In its eleventh year, Gary Winter’s ’03 Mustang Mach …

           In its eleventh year, Gary Winter’s ’03 Mustang Mach I received a clutch upgrade. Nothing very remarkable there, you might think, as engine power increases so, too, must clutch holding power. Nor is the job arduous; that is if (Read more...)

NEAT

VP INTRODUCES “X16™” RACING FUEL…an Ad…

  VP’s newest blend—VP X16 is designed for naturally aspirated engines, it’s an economically priced option for two and four-stroke engines with compression ratios of up to 16:1 and for engines using nitrous up to 300 HP.  It offers the powe (Read more...)

CARBURETOR CLASS: The Hows and Whys of Seconda…

Today we’re talking secondaries. Why we have them, how they operate, and how to choose the right style for your ride. Most fuel injection systems use one giant butterfly valve to gate incoming intake charge, so why don’t carburetors?     (Read more...)

New Products

VP INTRODUCES “X16™” RACING FUEL…an Ad…

  VP’s newest blend—VP X16 is designed for naturally aspirated engines, it’s an economically priced option for two and four-stroke engines with compression ratios of up to 16:1 and for engines using nitrous up to 300 HP.  It offers the powe (Read more...)

The Ultimate Collectible for the Ultimate Fan

Precision makes all the difference when you’re hurtling towards the finish line. The precision involved in the sport of drag racing is echoed in the attention to detail of these 1:24 scale diecast models by Auto World Authentics. Dedicated fans can s (Read more...)

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Bracket Racing 101: Don&#

Their are two major components that comprise reaction time: the driver’s reaction to the tree and the vehicle’s reaction to the driver. The latter is somewhat easily adjusted: If the vehicle is leaving too quickly or too slowly, the driver can leav (Read more...)

CARBURETOR CLASS: The How

Today we’re talking secondaries. Why we have them, how they operate, and how to choose the right style for your ride. Most fuel injection systems use one giant butterfly valve to gate incoming intake charge, so why don’t carburetors?     (Read more...)