The Executioner engine from D&J Precision Machine is quite possibly the nastiest Cummins-based diesel engine on the planet, and we’ve got the inside details on its development.
Nearly 800 naturally aspirated rear-wheel horsepower is possible from the LT1 engine platform with careful planning. Horsepower Research, High Performance Connection, and Greg Good Cylinder Heads went big to develop the solution.
Ever wondered what’s involved in applying a ceramic coating to your ride? We dig into the details of what’s required to keep your paint properly protected.
The F-150 Raptor is a serious machine with serious capabilities, but the stock braking system doesn’t stack up. See how we remedied the situation with this big brake kit from Alcon Components.
Sam Chaysavang of AEM Performance Electronics is here to explain tuning for water/methanol injection use in a high-horsepower boosted application
What does it take for two regular guys to install a ProCharger onto a 2018 Mustang GT? You’re about to find out!
What is burst containment testing? Our friends over at Garrett Motion explain the details—and show us why it’s necessary—in this installment of One Question.
The popular Toyota SUV may be capable out of the box, but every vehicle can use a little enhancement, right? We go above and beyond on this one.
This month’s One Question includes details from Marty Staggs of Turbosmart USA about wastegate placement and turbocharger system configuration.
Winning races, and championships, comes down to paying close attention to the tiniest elements of a racecar. RACEWires’ Troy Baum puts his brand of detail-oriented electronics integration against the best in the business.