There are many intake options for the LS engine, but which one is best? There's no straight answer, but this video will help you decide.
The people at Summit Racing are experts at choosing headers, and they are now sharing their advice!
Do you know the differences between the generations of the LT1 engines? You will now!
AmericanTrucks gives us a closer look at installing a 2-inch front leveling kit into a 2007-2018 Silverado.
Bill of BP Automotive walks us through how to properly measure crimp height and wire width.
We install a Spoolfool Drip Shield into our Buick Grand National, Project Wicked6.
Project Redrum gets a serious suspension upgrade with the help of BMR and QA1.
Our Trans Am goes retro classic cool with YearOne rollers.
Project Redrum's interior appointments get completed.
Brandon Furches gives us a walkthrough of how to perform a DOD/AFM delete in GM LS engines.
Gbody Parts solves our slow power window woes, with the help of Window Racer.
Project Redrum produces 660hp to the rear tires on 93-octane, and provides daily driver-friendly reliability.
To explore the possibilities of turning a capable truck into a fully functional work horse, Adam Maqboul with American Trucks hand picked parts ranging from suspension upgrades to storage space for his recent 2014 Silverado ...
Direct-Injection, Forced Induction, Torque Modulation, and Variable Valve Timing are Here to Stay. SAM Tech Shares its Expertise on How to Conquer the New Frontier of EFI Tuning.
Looking to build boost from your LS4-powered W-body? You're going to need a stronger transmission.
We bring our W-body Regal GS back from the grave with a built bottom-end from ZZ Performance.
These next upgrades from Chevy Performance Parts are going to transform the way the engine handles air and dispels exhaust.
Our tow Mule is getting a series of upgrades to give it more utility and protection.We landed on using all Chevy Performance parts and accessories for this project.
The Millermatic 211 is an extremely popular MIG inverter welder amongst gearheads, partially due to its versatility, flexibility, and of course portability, but we knew it had to go beyond that to come so highly ...
It's been a while since we posted an update on Project Blue Magic, so a mini makeover seems appropriate to bring it up to speed!
Project Redrum's interior gets a serious upgrade with the help of Corbeau, Heatshield Products, OER and Hawks Motorsports!
Different clutches use different pressure plate and disc configurations. These configurations will effect how your throwout bearing performs, or doesn’t perform in some cases.
After we reviewed the Colorado last year, we discovered one thing about it we really wanted to change, so that's what we did.
GBodyParts offers a great solution for notching your G-Body frame so you can use a wider tire for better traction at the track!
Choosing a camshaft is no easy task, and when you throw in turbocharging as a factor, things can get even trickier, Comp Cams explains why here.
Powered by an AES built a stroker GEN V LT1 for Motion Raceworks, Doug Cook decided not to go with the ‘typical’ LS-swap when it came to his record-breaking 1972 Chevy Nova.
We introduce our newest G-body project, Project H/OMG, to our readers!
The Mule achieves frontal paint protection with the help of Bloc-a-Chip and XPEL.
Project Redrum earns a heavy-duty Strange rearend!
The Mule gets a massive Brembo brake upgrade -- courtesy of Chevrolet Performance!