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James Lawrence Master of Disaster

James started working on a Nostalgia Top Fuel drag racing team in 1992, and the rest has been history. A life-long automotive enthusiast, James is in fierce competition to see whether he can collect more cars or cats. Right now, the cars are winning. James co-founded the NMRA and NMCA Drag Racing Series in 1998 and continues to be an avid and passionate fan on everything 1320. He also thinks he can drive. Thinks, is the key word.


GM Next followed a new Corvette ZR1 build through the entire production process from A to Z. Starting with just the frame, they demonstrated how a ZR1 goes through the Bowling Green assembly plant.

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Even better photos of the Chevrolet Corvette C7 have hit the internet, leaked spy images that are even crisper than before. These spy images come from filming on the movie Transformers 2 which is going to come out in 2009.

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If you are a hard core LS enthusiast, I’m sure you know the name ERL Performance. ERL has debuted a brand new web site which is a major upgrade over their old web site and really showcases what this engine performance powerhouse can accomplish.

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If you want to buy your GM Performance Parts online, you now have another option. GM Performance Parts directly. GM Performance has launched a new online store which allows you to purchase your parts online, and have them shipped straight to your door via one of your local dealers!

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The head buzz of the LS community for the last couple years has been focused on the new L92/LS3 style ports. It’s true the new rectangular port style as cast from the factory is pretty incredible. Add some after market ingenuity, a CNC, and watch out.

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Forty years ago when you talked about tuning a car, there wasn’t much more involved than twisting the distributor or turning a screw on the carburetor. Now, computers are a big boon for us gearheads, and a revolutionary new product lets you tap into the potential of your ECU like never before.

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The world is an imperfect place. No matter how hard we try, the things we make are always going to be just a little bit different than we want them to be. Normally, it’s just something we have to live with – “good enough” usually is, and a few thousandths of an inch doesn’t make a difference.

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SCT is a high-performance EFI company based in Florida that has a long history as a major player in the tuning wars. Having primarily built their reputation as coders of the Ford EFI platform.

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Assembling a race car’s fuel system can be one enormous confusing headache, but it doesn’t need to be. The hoses and fittings that you use in your vehicle are important because they supply its lifeblood, carrying all of the vital fluids from one place to another, and choosing the right plumbing components.

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MSD’s Pro Data Software is one of the most popular ways you can control your MSD ignition for your race car or street car. However, learning how to use it DOES INVOLVE a learning curve…

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If you’ve been involved in hot rodding for any length of time, you’ll know these infamous letters: MSD. They stand for Multiple Spark Discharge, a patented design by MSD Ignition that fires your spark plug multiple times rather than the single time that the factory ignition does.

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We had a problem with our Corvette looking like every other single Corvette out there. So, we needed some more traction and a custom look. It as time for new shoes for our Vette. Enter Forgeline and Toyo Tires.

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Kooks Custom Headers offers a trick headers and X-pipe setup which would allow us to use a real 3-inch exhaust “Z06″ style, but not necked down to 2.5-inches like the original Z06. They did, and this is the story. We then capped off our installation on our Corvette with a Corsa 3-inch exhaust.

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This is the beginning of LSX TV’s 2008 C6 Project. Think of this project as a C6 build written by a guy experienced in Mustangs. That being said, I think I can bring a unique perspective to the vehicle for first time prospective Corvette buyers.

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