It has been quite the road trip following our 1970 Chevelle SS basket case as it went from a large pile of parts back to like-new and even beyond.
There’s a pretty simple answer to making horsepower, no matter what engine you’re working with: airflow. Air needs to enter the cylinders as efficiently as possible, and exhaust needs to exit just as quickly.
The product idea was simple; reduce fuel starvation in hard cornering, acceleration, and braking, as-well-as in low fuel level situations.
Nothing says 1969 Camaro like the distinctive graphic design of the year model’s RPO D90 hockey stick stripes.
We measure and redesign the front Moment Center on our project dirt Modified Beak Built by David Reutimann. In doing so we show that we practice what we preach.
We swung by the Total Cost Involved RnD workshop, where the guys mentioned that they’d also developed a new bolt-on torque arm/coilover rear suspension system to go along with their bolt-on IFS.
Racing Clean On Dirt
With a 5.0 Coyote engine in Dean Livermore’s 1964 Galaxie 500, a prudent move would be to upgrade the suspension, brakes and steering.
Great American Engine Build Part 1
There’s only so far you can lower a vehicle before the suspension bottoms out, or the rearend hits the chassis. We knew when we planned out this ’56 F-100 frame that we’d have to C-notch the framerails for clearance if we were to achieve the desired ride height.