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.
by Rick Seitz on March 23, 2013
by Rick Seitz on April 4, 2013
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.
by Rick Seitz on April 12, 2013
If you run nitrous in your street/strip vehicle, and you’re in need of keeping an eye on your bottle, then you should look into the ZEX Nitrous Level Gauge. It works with any nitrous kit currently available on the market and helps you keep tabs on your bottle.
by Rick Seitz on April 12, 2013
With show season here, and enthusiasts pulling their cars put of the garage, you’re going to see a lot of car owners washing and waxing their cars in the driveway. But if you’re looking to earn a trophy, a simple spray down might not cut it. That’s why Meguiar’s has just released this new DA PowerSystem.
If you’re one of those Corvette owners always on the go, but you want to have the luxury of ordering up new parts for your classic or late-model Vette, then you should check out the digital parts catalogs from Corvette America. They’re available in three flavors; Vintage, C3, and Late-Model.
The JET Performance Products are among the most popular tuning components for late-model vehicles in the world. They offer everything from performance chips, handheld tuners, and even carburetors for the early cars equipped with a PCM. They’ve just released their latest catalog for 2013.
by Rick Seitz on May 8, 2013
Even though the C7 Corvette is right around the corner, that’s not stopping companies like Pfadt Engineering from releasing new products for your C6 Corvette! So if you’re looking for more power from your LS2, LS3, LS7, or LS9 ‘Vette, then check out these TRI-Y headers from Pfadt.
Gauges are really only worth as much as you can see them, and Auto Meter agrees. Combining 56 years of competition experience in a wide range of motorsports, they created the new GT series gauges with white LED lights to make them easy to see in all conditions.
by David Chick on May 9, 2013
Moser Engineering has a new gem for C5 Corvettes running in NHRA Stock Eliminator classes They’ve created a kit that enables the C5′s weight to be exploited, by disposing of the fickle and unrepeatable independent rear for a proven solid-axel torque arm style sub frame.
Don’t get the wind knocked out of your late-model GM! With Granatelli’s latest MAF sensor, you can improve throttle response, mileage and performance from 2,000 RPM to the redline.
For those building big cubic inch LS engines, RHS offers their latest in airflow improvement – the Pro Elite LS7 307cc cylinder heads. These heads have the flexibility to work with a wide range of valve trains and intakes, and are worth a closer look.
TCI brings you their latest torque converter for your automatic LSX. This item really suits the driver who wants his transmission performing at peak condition at the track, but still be able to be drivable on the street. It’s also fully willing to handle stock up to high horsepower applications.
by David Chick on May 25, 2013
Flowmaster’s latest cat-back exhaust system for the C6 Corvette keeps the Quad look at the rear of your Vete, while adding that Flowmaster sound and the performance that comes with it. These all-American puppies come with black mufflers and polished, split 4″ tips to give a “Quad” look.
Corsa debuts its 2013 digital catalog, with 40 pages of material to clearly explain the ins and outs of every exhaust system they produce, which cars they work for, the features of each, and more. Download your free copy today!
by David Chick on June 2, 2013
You want an exhaust system that delivers, but what about one that does it while flying under the radar? Flowmaster is here to deliver with a solution: the Force II Cat-back system for 2005-13 Corvettes.
by David Chick on June 4, 2013
If your dad is a picky giftee but loves his ‘Vette, consider checking out Corvette America. With a variety of products and accessories for use in C1-C6 cars, there’s sure to be something that appeals to his tastes.
Pfadt Race Engineering is now throwing a sweet event for all of its loyal customers with the Summer Sweepstakes. You’ve got a 1/30 chance to win one of the three huge prizes, so take a moment to do something that could win you something you want for your Corvette.
by David Chick on June 11, 2013
The Corvette Stingray has some of the coolest features ever put into a Chevrolet car, and now you can make sure at least two of them are taken care of for a long time to come. Detroit Speed introduces their new electric headlight door kit and windshield wiper kit for your C2 ‘Vette.
by David Chick on June 20, 2013
Get on board this new contest from Champion Spark Plugs, presented by Federal-Mogul. The contest, dubbed “King of the Road,” asks gearheads to submit pics of their cars to the “King of the Road” link at alwaysachampion.com. It’s easy, fun, free, and open to all residents of the USA and Canada (excluding Quebec).
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Water spots: the bane of any car’s existence. Fortunately, Meguiar’s latest product, Water Spot Remover, promises to get rid of those dried-up mineral deposits, whether they be on the paint, hard plastics, chrome, metals or glass.