We dropped by Viking Performance to check out what they’ve got in store for the new year, which lucky for you, is around the corner! Check out their new adaptable shocks, shocks for low profiles, and smart shocks!
by Andrew Almazan on December 16, 2013
by Paul Huizenga on December 14, 2013
No matter what kind of racing you do or how much power you make, if you’re rowing your own gears, McLeod has a clutch that’s designed specifically for you.
by Mark Gearhart on December 14, 2013
Fuelab has recently introduced a full line of in-tank pump kits in universal and direct fit form. Fuelab’s fuel pumps have the ability to run at variable speeds right out of the box to minimize vapor lock.
Whether you’re outfitting your race trailer, shop, home garage, Moduine can build a cool custom cabinet solution for you. A unique locking system and available custom graphics set these storage solutions apart.
Regardless if you are building a new engine on a budget or looking for parts that will handle well over 1,000 hp, Lunati has you covered with their wide range of rotating assembly packages.
Driven Racing Oil introduced a plethora of new oils at the PRI Show. Ranging from a thicker BR40 break-in oil, limited slip gear oil, Carb Defender designed for ethanol fuels, to their new shock oil.
by Paul Huizenga on December 13, 2013
The “traditional” small block Chevy is far from dead, and to prove it, Edelbrock has brought out three new E-CNC heads that incorporate every bit of design knowledge and testing they’ve acquired over the years.
One piece of technology FAST hasn’t produced until now was a full line of ignition components. From a simple points replacement, street and race ignition boxes, to distributors, FAST has it all.
Earlier this year, one of the biggest names in high performance turbochargers, Turbonetics, Inc., was acquired by Wabtec, an international giant – so what does that mean to you and I? Better turbos, big and small…
At this year’s PRI show Dynojet introduced their powerful new DynoWare RT electronics and PowerCore software that offer high resolution data for tuners who want to maximize their tuning and data capability.
The folks at Fragola had some swell new stuff to show off here at PRI 2013. Racers and enthusiasts will love to see these new items, including the new adapter fittings for steel-braided hoses, fuel rails, and more.
Canton introduces a new oil pan series for the LS-Next engine blocks, and new billet rail fabricated aluminum valve covers that offer durability for enthusiasts who need to remove them often.
Not everything to come out of this year’s PRI has to do with parts, but the news can be just as exciting, as evidenced by this breaking story: Flowmaster has now become an official NASCAR Performance partner.
by Josh Kirsh on December 13, 2013
Check out this sweet C1 Corvette swapped with a late-model LSA crate engine and Supermatic 4L85E transmission! You don’t want to miss out on this awesomeness!
by Andrew Wolf on December 13, 2013
Quick Time’s spun steel bellhousings offer superior strength at half the weight of standard hydroformed pieces, and with more than 4,200 applications available, they can fit virtually any combination imaginable.
by Bobby Kimbrough on December 13, 2013
Optic Armor Performance Windows shows off their drop-in blackout windows, featuring an innovative (and top secret) process that results in an incredibly strong, scratch-free, and lightweight products.
Check out what JET Performance brought to this year’s PRI Show: the new and improved Performance Programmer, packed with loads of new features for enthusiasts of LS engines, diesels, Mustangs, and more.
For a country with a population of less than five million souls, though, New Zealand punches way above its weight class when it comes to high performance. A great case in point is EFILive.
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by Paul Huizenga on December 12, 2013
They’re expanding their late model EFI offerings even farther with their own enhancements to The General’s line of speed parts, as well as the latest generation of the indomitable small block Chevy, the LT1.