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LS vs. LT: Which V8 Is The Right Choice For Your Swap?

here are now enough Gen V LT engines out there to at least make a go of competing against the Gen III and Gen IV LS.

Can You Trust Your Factory Gauges? What They’re Telling You, And What They’re Not

You might need to take the data that’s on display with a grain of salt.

3 Tips To Keep Your 10+ Year Old Car Running Like New

Even autos built in the last decade require TLC to remain reliable and comfortable as the miles pile on.

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.

Do Modern Muscle Cars Benefit from Lowering?

Are there any real benefits to lowering a modern muscle car? Or should owners trust in the engineering wizards who put the car together and leave well enough alone?

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.

Big Rubber Good: Why a Larger Tire is the Quintessential Upgrade for Your Muscle Car

Looks, performance and more. Why large tires and American muscle cars are such a great match for each other.

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.

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