GM has released a whole bunch of videos pertaining to the just-announced Generation V 6.2 liter V8 engine that will debut in the 2014 Corvette C7. Trust us – you don’t want to miss this video bonanza.
by Chris Demorro on October 24, 2012
by Clifton Klaverweiden on October 22, 2012
At the recent LSX Shootout, Mark Carlyle pulled off the very first sub-7 second quarter mile pass in the ultra competitive LSX Drag Radial class. Step inside to watch this benchmark run by the 1,400 plus RWHP “Atomic Fusion” Z06 for yourself…
by Chris Demorro on October 18, 2012
Today GM revealed the look of the C7 Corvette’s logo, as well as a dedicated page on its website counting down the days until the official reveal. Mark down January 13th, 2013 on your calendars as the day the new Corvette appears to the world.
by Paul Huizenga on October 12, 2012
You may recall that the original version of this high-performance “aftermarket” LS block is the foundation of our 388 cubic inch Procharged Project BlownZ build. The new-and-improved blocks feature three key upgrades.
by Michael Harding on September 29, 2012
On many automotive forums, you can sometimes find an invite to an open track day. These sponsored events allow enthusiasts to take their own personal car out on a track in a controlled, organized environment. There’s always great people, and it’s a lot of fun.
Is this latest leaked picture really the back end of the upcoming C7 Corvette? Or is this just an elaborate play to fool us fanboys into salivating over something that isn’t real?
Do these leaked images reveal the direction of the next-gen C7 Corvette? And if so, is GM really planning to pay homage to one of the best-known Corvette models of all time with a Stingray badge?
by Wes Bird on September 19, 2012
So what makes these great cars so special, coveted, and memorable? Beyond their rarity and racing history, perhaps it’s the fact that a group of inspired, die-hard Corvette enthusiasts at Chevrolet went against policy to dream up and develop a car to face the biggest competition in the racing world, and won.
by Jon Norton on September 17, 2012
Check out this unique Chevy 350ci small-block engine build! What’s so cool about it? It’s small enough to fit on a shelf, yet it’s fully functional!
by Chris Demorro on August 27, 2012
The last uncovered Briggs-Cunningham LeMans Corvette was supposed to be revealed this weekend at Carlise, but just minutes before the event it was mysteriously canceled for “security concerns.” What exactly happened?
by Chris Demorro on August 27, 2012
Flowmaster offers a wide variety of different mufflers for your specific application. To highlight the difference in sound and technology, they’ve put together this handy video highlighting how each muffler works and sounds. Compare the sounds and see which muffler you like.
You’ve seen the Jalopnik rendering of what they claim the upcoming 2014 Corvette will look like. You’ve watched the “leaked” C7 bumper video frame by frame. Now, Trinity Animation has taken Jalop’s rendering and turned it into a computer-generated visualization video…
by Clifton Klaverweiden on August 1, 2012
With plans to make almost 1,300 RWHP, we wanted to be sure we had all of our bases covered with the fuel system in Project BlownZ. So, we took BlownZ’s fuel injectors to RC Engineering, in Torrance, California for a good cleaning and flow test, and found out exactly what goes on during the process.
We get a sneak peak of the Generation-V small block from GM! GM Inside News and the Buffalo Business Journal share with us a snapshot of the Gen.V at the Tonawanda engine plant. Even though we still don’t have any new specifics from GM, we are able to get a decent bit of info about the Gen V just from the photo…
by Chris Demorro on July 9, 2012
Ever wonder how the Corvette’s lightweight composite body is crafted? This video from the Omega Tool Corp. gives us an inside look at how those complicated plastic pieces are molded and finished.
by Clifton Klaverweiden on July 6, 2012
Would you lend two strangers your modified 2010 Camaro SS to thrash on for 8 days straight? The good-sports at LG Motorsports did just that, and handed over the keys to their Camaro to a couple of British Journalists for the 2012 One Lap of America, and we’ve got the story of their adventure right here…
by Lindsey Fisher on May 8, 2012
And the official 2012 Indianapolis 500 pace car is……. drum roll please……a 2013 Corvette ZR1! After waiting more than two weeks for the official announcement to be made, we just found out from GM News that the last C6 model year ZR1 will be pacing the competitors come May 27th at the 96th running of the Indy 500.
by Clifton Klaverweiden on May 3, 2012
Today’s muscle cars not only make serious horsepower but can also be built to handle with the best, and are finding themselves right at home on autocross courses. David Schardt, from Forgeline Motorsports, walks us through the basics of picking the right wheels for cone-killing in your old or new muscle car.
True love is a many splendored thing – especially when two LSX enthusiasts fall in love, like Sarah and James Karger from Fort Worth, Texas. The Kargers just sent us these pics from their wedding featuring what has to be the most awesome Groom’s Cake we’ve ever seen; an incredibly accurate LSX engine!
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