It’s All About Air by Jason Giacchino Natural Aspiration vs. Forced Induction When it comes to reducing something as complex as an internal combustion engine down to its most basic, engines are a lot like giant air pumps. The motion of air is integral to the process in two primary areas: ignition and pressurization of […]
Some Might Call This Project Sacrilegious, I Call it Awesome by John Coyle California is wonderful. There’s sun, sand, surf, In-N-Out Burger, and a host of other things which make the Golden State worthy of its name. But its stringent emissions regulations make life difficult for car enthusiasts, and after trying to get his supercharged […]
Content courtesy of Keith Cornett at CorvetteBlogger.com If you’ve ever met a custom tuner, you’ll find they are some of the most optimistic people on this earth. Case in point? Houston tuner Fastlane managed to stuff a 638-hp supercharged LS9 Corvette ZR1 engine into a Silverado pickup truck. We’re not sure why it was decided […]
NASCAR Champion Owner Participates in Corvette Engine Build Experience One of the world’s foremost experts in NASCAR Sprint Cup Series racing, Rick Hendrick, is building his own 7.0L 505-horsepower LS7 engine that will go into his Corvette Z06 Carbon Edition. The Corvette Engine Build Experience is the world’s most hands-on super car program. Customers who […]
The rivalry between the Ford Mustang and Chevy Camaro hasn’t been this heated since the late ’60s. If you haven’t been following, the Mustang currently holds the horsepower advantage over the Camaro with its tire-shredding 550-hp 2011 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 model. But the balance of power is about to shift, as details emerge about the upcoming 2012 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1.