Brake Fluid Tip

When working with brake fluid, always be extra careful. Brake fluid can quickly and permanently ruin paint jobs. Even a slight film on your hands can leave its mark on the car. It’s a good idea to wear rubber gloves and cover all painted surfaces around the master cylinder reservoir.

1969 Red Devil Camaro vs. New Camaro ZL1

By Sam McEachern You may have heard about General Motors engineer Mark Stielow’s 1969 Camaro “Red Devil” before. It’s a fully custom Pro Touring Camaro packing a 7.0-liter LS7 under its hood which is garnished with the cylinder heads, valvetrain and supercharger from a Corvette ZR1. Underneath, it’s equipped with a 3.25:1 nine-inch axle, a […]

Chevy’s Performance Line-Up Grows

By Sam McEachern Seems all of a sudden, but this has been slowly creeping up on us all. We shouldn’t be surprised! With the addition of the 2015 Corvette Z06 Convertible to its stable, the Chevrolet Performance lineup grows to include 14 vehicles. These include nine variations of the Camaro, the Australian-made SS sedan and […]

HEI Distributor Conversion Tip

When doing an HEI distributor conversion, label or mark the location of your spark plug wires on the distributor cap for fast, easy reference.

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