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Project LS-Swapped Chevelle Wagon: Exhaust, Stance, Tires & More

Our 5.3-swapped 1972 Chevelle wagon gets some much needed attention inside and out.

Is Lighter Always Better? The Benefits of Lightweight Wheels on the Street and Track

Unsprung weight is everything. Here's why lightweight wheels are one of the best upgrades you can do to your performance car.

How Low Should You Go? Pros and Cons of Lowering a Street Car or Truck

How low is too low when dropping the suspension on a car or truck? It's a question that has a hundred different answers.

Thinking About Buying an Electric Vehicle? These are the EV Terms and Definitions You Need to Know

Shopping for a new EV can make you feel like you need to learn a whole new language.

Vintage American Muscle Car Project or Modern Muscle Project? How to Choose a Platform

Looking for a cool domestic V8 machine to fix up? We break down the pros and cons of old vs new.

What are Forged Wheels and Do You Need Them for Your Muscle Car?

Unless you're hitting the track each and every weekend, you might be surprised by the answer.

Budget C5 Corvette Project Car Update: All The Little Things

Now that we're rolling on new wheels and tires, it's time dig in and get to work on this LS1 V8 'Vette.

Internal Combustion Lives: Dodge Introduces New Line of "Hellephant" and "Hurricane" Crate Engines

Supercharged or turbocharged? Inline-six or Hemi? Direct Connection debuts some heavy hitters.

The Ticket to Dirt Cheap V8 Glory? Meet Our $6500 C5 Corvette Project

We find a budget LS1, 1999 C5 Corvette FRC, do some repairs and throw some new Nitto NT05 tires on to get it ready for action.

Staggered or Square: The Pros and Cons of Running Different Sized Tires Front and Rear

Handling, grip, balance and looks: all things to consider when choosing between a staggered or square tire size setup.

Swaybars Are The Most Cost-Effective Suspension Mod You Can Make: Here's How They Work

Dialing up the torsional resistance of the bar can contribute to keeping a car as flat as possible in a corner.

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