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Buying UHP Tires: All You Need to Know

Buying ultra high performance (UHP) tires is a great idea. Provided, of course, you pick the best ones for your beloved muscle car or performance hellraiser.

Faster, Cooler, Better: Bolt-On Upgrading the S550 Mustang GT for Street & Track Supremacy

Stock no longer. We begin the journey of Mustang-modding with the help of Steeda and ST.

Go Home 5.0: 5 Ford Project Cars Ripe for a 2.3L EcoBoost Swap

From German imports to minitrucks and SUVs, we've found five good homes for a Ford EcoBoost engine swap.

Do-It-Yourself Aero

How to make effective splitters and diffusers the easy way.

Do-It-Yourself Aero

That Thing Got a Hemi? How a Modern Mopar V8 Swap Compares to the Chevy LS and Ford Coyote

5.7L, 6.1L, 6.4L, Hellcat & More. There's never been more parts available for Gen III Hemi-swapping your car or truck.

Performance Roadblocks of the LS7 V8: 4 Upgrade Tips For Moving Past Stock Horsepower

The LS7 was the ultimate evolution of the Gen IV LS architecture, and as such it's become a target for racers seeking a reliable platform for big power builds.

On the Street or at the Track: Is a DOT Competition Tire Right for You?

When should you make the jump to a drag radial or road course tire?

5.0 is Go: How a Ford Coyote 5.0L V8 Swap Compares to the LS V8 and Why You Should Do it

The Coyote is here to stay. Here are the basics on swapping one into your project.

Performance Roadblocks For the LS3 V8: Stepping Up From Stock Power

There's a lot to like about the LS3 as a starting point for a high performance engine build.

Choosing the Best Ultra High Performance Tire for Your Car

A tire that's hell on wheels at the track or the drag strip isn't great for the rigors of regular street driving and an all-weather tire that's perfect for hugging mountain curves may not be optimal for the race track

Performance Roadblocks For The 5.7 LS1 V8: Stepping Up From Stock Power

Technology has surged forward since the LS1's late-90s heyday, and the LS family design has significantly improved as a result.

Why Coilovers Are a Street Car Must-Have

Street cars benefit from coilover suspension, too, and it's not all that rough of a ride.

3 Ways To Electrify Your Classic Car (And Still Pop The Hood For Bragging Rights)

This trio of EV swap options put serious effort into blurring the line between gas engines and electrons.

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