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Wider, Lighter & Better: Wheels & Tires are the First Step Toward Making our Tesla Model 3 Track-Ready

Nitto NT555 G2s and Titan 7 Forged totally change the character of our Tesla Model 3 Performance project.

The Power of Seventeen: Is the 17-Inch the Ideal Wheel & Tire Size for Vintage Muscle Car Projects?

Not too big. Not too small. Why 17s are just right for Camaros, Chevelles, Mustangs, GTOs, and more.

Instant Gratification: C5 Corvette Coilover Suspension Upgrade

Bring the Corvette Z06 into the modern era with a front and rear coilover conversion.

Modern Electrical Power For Classic Hot Rods: How To Keep The Juice Flowing When Upgrading Your Muscle Car

Let's take a look at the ins and outs of adding modern electrical power to a classic car.

Air Ride Vs Hydraulics: Which is Better for Going Low?

For those looking for the ultimate shock factor, going extremely low with adjustable suspension systems that utilize hydraulics or airbags can be the perfect solution.

Rallye Wheels Re-Imagined: 17” Camaro Z/28 Replicas and Nitto NT555 G2 Tires for our Chevelle Wagon Project

The LS-swapped Chevelle gets new shoes. Blending the old and the modern with a set of Year One Z/28 wheels and a fresh set of NT555 G2s.

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.

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