We take an inside look at what goes into building one of the industry’s strongest rearends. The Currie 9-inch Street Rod rear is a legend for decade after decade, so we take a deeper look at the assembly and construction. Follow along right here!
What better way to celebrate our two year anniversary than with a custom build of our very own! Now that we’ve gained momentum and sprouted legs it’s time to tackle an RA project build – enter Project: Flat Out. We’re just getting started, so follow along as we build a 1936 Ford Street Rod from the ground up.
We installed the super easy brand-new Programmable Keyless RFID ignition system from Flaming River into a 1949 Baby Lincoln. Teaming up with Image Street Rods and Flaming River, we walk through the complete installation details and a full rundown on the system’s operation. Check it out!
When it comes time to get the proper amperage suited for your project or daily driver – an upgraded front-drive system is the way to go. For a small budget you can replace your old and tired components and update to Tuff Stuff Performance accessories for years of trouble free use. Check out the install here!
With a budget in mind we put together the entry-level range of serpentine system offerings for Chevy’s three engine families: small-block, big-block and LS from Concept One. Check out these quality systems at prices that won’t break the bank for your next engine build project.
Borla gives us the VIP treatment with a tour of their manufacturing plant, and an inside look at how they assemble their exhaust and their new induction systems. Check out this behind the scenes look at Borla’s Johnson City, Tennessee facility.
Many have fallen victim to fighting ignition issues because they don’t properly understand ignition systems and how they work. Instead of constantly fighting this battle or paying someone to work on your ignition, many misfires can be solved by looking back at the basics of an ignition system.
With extensive experience in building street rod and custom chassis, we go behind the scenes to take a closer look at the offerings and what customers can expect when ordering a TCI Engineering Ford Street Rod chassis, as well as some of the countless options available.
You figured out that it’s time to build the ultimate engine for your hot rod. Sou look around at other rides, and sure a 392 hemi would be great, nailheads are cool too, but if you’re serious, no I mean REALLY serious you might just go with a flathead. We caught up with Mike Herman at H&H to talk flatties.
Looking for a new, affordable carburetor to replace your current unit? We’ve compiled a list of what’s available in an easy-to-read format with the vital specs you’re looking for. Bottom line, these carburetors are affordable and a quick way to generate additional horsepower and increased fuel mileage.
Building a pump gas friendly early Hemi with a blower takes careful parts selection and the right tuning. We follow the build and dyno on this project with Borowski Racing Engines.
We take a look at what beginners should know about TIG welding. The pros at Lincoln Electric give us an inside look at the proper equipment, safety, and tips and tricks to get any first-timer more comfortable with the world of TIG. Check it out here!
Sure, the glory days of the junkyard engine are long gone since there are less classic musclecars found in junkyards these days. If your wallet is stopping you from starting the budget build that’s been sitting in your garage the last few years – here’s your chance to get back in gear!
Here’s an all-alloy Ford FE big-block with enough bling to please any jeweler and enough streetable horsepower to push along a customized ’61 T-bird. Key to the buildup are a Shelby block, Edelbrock heads, Comp Cams valvetrain and Inglese 8-stack induction controlled with a FAST EZ-EFI system.
Heidts PRO-G IRS system for Tri-Five Chevy’s offers bolt in ease, auto-cross performance, and a plush ride. They take the car out on the street and the track in this video to show how it handles.