Engine & Exhaust Tech Articles
Keep Your Sprint Car Engine Running at Peak Performance
One of the most important parts of your racing operation is the engine. This article gives a detailed overview on how to maintain your engine to get the most out of it for as long as possible. Also learn some tips to prolong the life of your engine.
How to Lift An Engine
Different ways to lift an engine, including the most common way and the parts needed to do so.
Selecting An Electric Fuel Pump Over Mechanical
For most, an electric fuel pump can be a choice of form over function, but for others, it may be the best option. In this article, you will learn the advantages of using an electric fuel pump and how to install it in your car.
Choosing Parts for Your Ford 9" Third Member Build
Lucas P. explains how to choose the correct part for a Ford 9" third member build in order to achieve a bulletproof rear. You will find specific recommended parts to use from Speedway Motors.
Wiring Dual Electric Fans
The benefits of using dual electric fans vs a single fan, and the steps on wiring them into your car.
Routine Weekly Maintenance Checklist for Sprint Cars
A routine weekly maintenance checklist to perform between each race in order to keep a clean and efficient race car at the track.
For the Love of the Flathead V8
Heath P. tells his story on how the passion for 'hot rodding' was instilled in him by his grandfather. From driving tractors on their family farm to becoming a Ford family, you are in for a good read.
Chevelle 283 to Garage Sale 496 Blueprint
The steps of a repaint/restoration project on a 496 Blueprint crate engine. Jeff K. talks about how he went from a Chevelle 283 to a garage sale 496 Blueprint.
Oil Pressure & Water Temp Gauges
How to prevent blowing a motor by keeping up with you weekly maintenance routine. Charles reviews how to install oil pressure and water temperature gauges to help prevent issues while racing.
'57 Bel Air Fuel Pump
The process of changing out a mechanical fuel pump in a 1957 Bel Air and some helpful tips while doing so.