Charging Forward: Picking Up The Slack

320885_264398643611063_757059420_nIn the last five weeks GM EFI has been live, we’ve been getting a ton of great feedback from our readers, Facebook fans, Instagram followers, and Tweeters from all over the globe. We’ve quickly earned a small, but effective following, and our hits continue to climb with each passing day! To say we’re excited would be an understatement!

I enjoy reading all of the emails and social media comments I receive from you, and I look forward to the new ones I read in my inbox every week. No matter how busy I get, I make it a point to read each and every one – and I reply to all of them! The feedback we receive is what will make this publication continue to grow and thrive, and that’s what we want.

With everything that’s been going on in the magazine industry over the last year or so, I do want to say that GM EFI is a magazine you can trust. We’re not going to up and leave you, and you’ll never receive a disheartening letter in the mail from us saying we went away.

We value our readers, and you’re not a number to us. That’s why GM EFI is completely free for you to read and subscribe to! With what you’ve spent on subscriptions over the years, be it print or otherwise, we feel that you’ve earned it anyway.


Do you like Turbo Buicks? This one is ours, Project Wicked6!

Like I’ve outlined in my previous editorial, GM EFI is all about variety in terms of content. We believe in keeping the late-model GM crowd under one umbrella – including the niche’ groups that have been largely ignored or have felt abandoned over the last few years by other publications. From TPI to GEN-V LT1, and from Turbo Buick to boosted Ecotec, it’s all good! We firmly believe that variety is the spice of life!

We love showcasing the hottest feature cars, latest products, in-depth tech articles, and news stories that you care about. The GM EFI team will continue to bring you the stories you want, and the content you deserve.

Project Sleeper Status, our 2000 Regal GS making a baseline pull on the dyno!

Project Sleeper Status, our 2000 Regal GS making a baseline pull on the dyno!

Project cars? We have ’em! We have already launched two; a 1987 Grand National we call Wicked6, and a ’00 Regal GS we refer to as Sleeper Status. Both are being built into truly unique vehicles that will evolve right before your eyes over the coming months. We actually have at least two more project cars in the pipeline that you’ll get to read about soon, too. LS fans, you can rejoice!

In the meantime, continue to send me your Reader’s Rides entries, comments, questions, and suggestions for what you would like to see in the magazine.

You can send us feedback by commenting below, or by emailing me directly at My door is always open, and you can count on me to get back to you in a timely manner. On behalf of the entire GM EFI team, we thank you for your continued support.

See you at the next event!

-Rick Seitz

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