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PRI 2015: Hypersports Builds An Amazing 600 + HP, Two-Cylinder Sled

PRI 2015: Hypersports Builds An Amazing 600 + HP, Two-Cylinder Sled

This amazing snowmobile from Hypersports boasts an incredible power-to-weight ratio and eighth-mile times that rival today's X275 machines. We get deep into the details with its creator, Craig Campton. Check it out!Read More

Reference: Chevy Engine Block Casting Numbers

Reference: Chevy Engine Block Casting Numbers

A quick reference catalog of Chevrolet V-8 engine block casting numbers including the "W" engine blocks. Bookmark this quick reference guide and check back as needed.Read More

Quick Ref: Small Block Chevy Cylinder Head Casting Numbers

Quick Ref: Small Block Chevy Cylinder Head Casting Numbers

A quick reference catalog of Small Block Chevy cylinder head casting numbers including the LT engine cylinder heads. Bookmark this quick reference guide and check back as needed.Read More

NEWSFLASH: GM To Abandon V8, Replace with "Twin-Inline 4 Cylinder"

NEWSFLASH: GM To Abandon V8, Replace with “Twin-Inline 4 Cylinder”

Hang on to your hats kids, GM just announced it will be replacing its famed LT1 V8 with the "Twin 4 Cylinder" inline engine across the board. What do you think of ditching the LT motor? Sacrilege, or an new era?Read More

An Inside Look At The 6.7 Power Stroke Including 2015 Updates

An Inside Look At The 6.7 Power Stroke Including 2015 Updates

An In-depth look at Ford’s 6.7 Power Stroke. Where it started, what parts were used, the improvements made and the updates for 2015 year. This is Ford's first in-house diesel for the Super Duty and it is amazing. Read More

The Truth Behind Engine "Blueprinting" With EFI University

The Truth Behind Engine “Blueprinting” With EFI University

Ben Strader of EFI University sets the facts straight on engine "blueprinting," and what the term really meant before it was abducted by aftermarket shops.Read More

Racing Oil vs. Street Oil: Know the Differences

Racing Oil vs. Street Oil: Know the Differences

Understanding the basics of oil formulas for both street and race engines can help engine builders make the right selection to achieve optimum performance and parts protection. EngineLabs talks with the experts at Driven Oil, Lucas Oil and Royal Purple to learn their strategies.Read More

Firing Order Swaps: What's Best For Your Engine?

Firing Order Swaps: What’s Best For Your Engine?

No doubt you've heard success stories when swapping the firing order on a V8 engine. We break down the pros and cons of changing to a 4-7 or 4-7/2-3 cam.Read More

Junkyard LS Engine Builds: Going From Rags To Riches

Junkyard LS Engine Builds: Going From Rags To Riches

LS-Engines are an old-enough platform to make junkyard scavenging fun. This is a guide for junkyard dogs who are looking to find good LS parts for a bargain. Read More

Pro Stock Engines: What's The Secret To Those Big Power Numbers?

Pro Stock Engines: What’s The Secret To Those Big Power Numbers?

Pro Stock teams will release few details on their engine programs; however, there are some trends that expose some of the ways this highly sophisticated class of racing makes all that power. Read More

Valvetrain Tech: Lash Is Much More Than Just A Little Gap

Valvetrain Tech: Lash Is Much More Than Just A Little Gap

While setting valve lash may seem like a tedious chore, that little gap between the rocker and valve tip plays a critical role in engine durability, performance and design. Learn more in this deep-dive tech article.Read More

Is An Electric Turbo Coming Soon?

Is An Electric Turbo Coming Soon?

Do you think that an electric turbo can benefit you? They might not be quite ready for prime time, but step inside and take a look at the technology of the future that is coming to a car near you. Read More

Honda B vs K Series: Which is Right for Your Build?

Honda B vs K Series: Which is Right for Your Build?

From top to bottom, we take a look at both the popular Honda B- and K-series engines. We talk with industry experts on which one is better in boosted and naturally aspirated form.Read More

How to Build & Adjust a Base Tune with Holley EFI

How to Build & Adjust a Base Tune with Holley EFI

Follow along this step-by-step guide to creating a base tune using Holley EFI software – from proper sensor configuration to idle, fueling, and timing.Read More

Supporting Your Cylinders - Open, Semi-Closed, Or Closed Deck?

Supporting Your Cylinders – Open, Semi-Closed, Or Closed Deck?

You've more than likely heard the terms open, semi-closed, and closed deck before. But, do you know how to identify what design you have, the advantages of each design, and what works best for your application?Read More

Video: Gale Banks Explains Why Turbos Are The Best Power Adder

Video: Gale Banks Explains Why Turbos Are The Best Power Adder

/Drive sat down with turbocharger mastermind, Gale Banks, to learn why exactly he believes turbos are the best way to extract power from an engine.Read More

Intake Manifolds: Single Plane or Dual Plane?

Intake Manifolds: Single Plane or Dual Plane?

Conventional wisdom dictates single-plane manifolds are for racing and dual-plane manifolds are for the street. But do you know why? EngineLabs tech editor Bobby Kimbrough takes a deep dive into the technology behind intake manifold design and offers tips on selecting the right manifold.Read More

Video: Test Shows Top Fuel Nitro Engine Makes Over 11,000 Horsepower

Video: Test Shows Top Fuel Nitro Engine Makes Over 11,000 Horsepower

There's now empirical evidence that a Top Fuel nitro engine can make over 11,000 peak horsepower during a 1000-foot run. In this video, you'll learn how the data is acquired.Read More

Video: Using A 3D Printer To Save A Piece Of Automotive History

Video: Using A 3D Printer To Save A Piece Of Automotive History

When a water jacket cracked on the last 1914 Delage Type-S on the planet, owner Stuart Murdoch turned to the help of modern technology to save this gem.Read More

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