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.
Back for its second consecutive year, North America’s time attack event at Circuit of the Americas packed even wilder automotive action than before.
Rain, cold track temperatures, and marathon days marked Duck X Productions’ Lights Out 11. Oh, and flying cars. We can’t forget the flying cars!
If you love the Porsche brand and the Porsche lifestyle, you’ll wish you were in Florida to see what went down during the week of DRT 2020.
The fat fender Ford F-100 pickup truck is a ripe candidate for the resto-mod treatment, and once you see what’s hiding under the hood of this particular example you’ll appreciate the blend of old and new technology.
They’ll stay on your ass around the track just as closely as they’ll help you in the pits. Welcome to the competitive family atmosphere of VTEC Club.
When a high school dream car becomes a reality, you build it into your ultimate version in every way. Such is the case with Mike Truong and his Porsche 911.
The Grand National Roadster Show offers enthusiasts the chance to see the world’s greatest machines under one roof. It’s automotive artistry at its finest!
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.
Combining some of the best builds with glamorous models from the tuner culture, this notable duo packed the Honda Center with their annual calendar launch.