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Rick Seitz Contributor

Being into cars at a very early age, Rick has always preferred GM performance cars, and today's LS series engines just sealed the deal. When he's not busy running errands around town in his CTS-V, you can find him in the garage wrenching on his WS6 Trans Am, or at the local cruise spots in his Grand National.


As incredibly efficient as the GM LS3 heads are straight from the factory, there’s always room for improvement, and that’s why companies like Trick Flow Specialties continue to develop ported, high-flow castings for the performance enthusiast. They’ve just launched these new GenX 255 heads for the LS3.

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From Britain to Sweden to Switzerland, the Old World has a love (or lust) for some brawny American muscle. They don’t do it out of investment, irony, mockery or humor, but for legitimate love and passion for our cars.

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K&N Filters is one of the largest manufacturers and suppliers of high performance air and oil filters in the world, and with the continuing growing of demand for vehicles, it can become difficult to produce a print catalog. That’s why they offer enthusiasts the option of a downloadable catalog that they use.

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As much as we like the way our cars run and sound, we want them to look just as good when they are parked at a car gathering. That’s why we rely on products from companies like Mothers to provide us with the latest car care products. Your project vehicle is an expensive investment, and you should maintain it.

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Corvettes and Flowmaster are both synonymous with American performance, so it only makes sense to bring these two household names together. This year, Flowmaster released a new exhaust system for the C6 called the Force II Axle-Back DOR (dual out rear).

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Under the hood is the factory 5.7L LS1, but with a set of ported heads, an aftermarket camshaft, and other goodies. As Farah puts it, “everything that could be done to the LS1 without actually pulling the motor has been done.”

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We’re currently cooking up a ’69 Camaro project car that we’re going to call “Blank Slate.” Basically, it’s going to be a no BS, hardcore, badass pro-touring car – and we’re not going to cut any corners for this girl. For power, we’ll be using a 502 ci. LS engine, built by our good friends over at RHS.

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Proform Parts has released these new Grade-8 header bolts for most popular American V8 applications. They help solve the problem of the bolts vibrating loose when aftermarket headers are installed into the engine bay, preventing both future leaks and headaches.

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As Corvette Online continues to grow and thrive, so does our list of partners! Recently, Corvette America has signed on with us as a corporate sponsor to help them promote their latest products to the enthusiast aftermarket.

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Over the course of the last sixty years, Corvettes have made dramatic appearances on film and television the world over. They have been featured in some really memorable movies, and some not so memorable. Not that it was ever the car’s fault – if anything, it was there to make the film more interesting to watch.

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Edelbrock Performance has just released their 75th Anniversary catalog in three formats. Available in print, online, or on disc, Edelbrock ensures that you have multiple ways to access their latest performance products anywhere! Learn more by clicking the link here.

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Recently VP Racing Fuels released two new octane levels for street legal cars, in the form of their VP 101 and 102 octane fuels. They just sent over the official press release on both grades, and we have it for you here inside!

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Last week, the Stingray was unloaded in Frankfurt, Germany, and trailered towards its final destination in Geneva, Switzerland – making stops across Europe in Munich and Wettswil, which is near Zurich. Hundreds of fans and a few Corvette clubs gathered at the stops along the way to admire the 2014 C7.

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Flex-a-Lite has made a name for themselves by offering some of the highest-quality engine cooling components available to the automotive aftermarket. They’ve jsut released a Direct-Fit aluminum radiator for the classic 3rd-generation Corvette (’68-82).

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February 28th was a historical day for GM, Chevrolet, the Corvette, and the millions of C6 fans the world over. At 8:04 AM, the final sixth-generation Corvette rolled off of the Bowling Green, Kentucky assembly line. It’s a bittersweet time for both the employees, and Corvette fans.

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With Corvette tuners building some of the fastest cars in the country utilizing blowers and turbos, it only makes sense that they’ll need to upgrade their fuel system. That’s why Lingenfelter Performance Engineering offers these high-flowing fuel pumps for the C5.

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