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Eibach Performance Suspension System - Poised For Action
We Install An Eibach Performance Suspension System On Our '09 Dodge Challenger
Installing TTI's Dual Exhaust Pipes - A Nice Pair
Installing TTI's Dual Exhaust On Our '67 Big-Block 'Cuda
Calvert Racing Suspensions' CalTracs System Install - The Hookup
We install CalTracs and a fresh 500-inch Wedge in the B-3 for improved elapsed times
Plymouth Barracuda Front Suspension Upgrade - The B3 Is Back
And It'll Be Badder Than Ever With New CAP Auto Products Tubular Front Suspension Parts
Subframe Connector Installment - The Cutting Edge
Adding Subframe Connectors To Your LX Mopar
1967 Plymouth B-Body Rear Suspenison -The (Found) Link - Tech
Adding A Multilink Rear Suspension
1967 Barracuda Convertible - A Solid Foundation On Suspension - Tech
We Start From The Ground Up As Our Latest Project Gets "The Works" From Just Suspension
Mopar Suspension Upgrade - Burnouts Are Cool, But Traction Is The Action!
1970 Plymouth Super Bee - Bars and Springs
Installing new coilover suspension on a 1970 Plymouth Super Bee
Upgrading Mopar Plymouth Car Brakes - Stop On A Dime In No Time
B-Body Four-Wheel Disc Brake Installation
1970 Chrysler 300 C-Body - Putting on a Good Front
A C-Body gets new front brakes and suspension
C-Body Brake Upgrade - Stopping The Titanic
Getting your 1970 Chrysler 300 C-body stopped with Stainless Steel Brakes' rear disc conversion
Hotchkis puts a new Magnum in da Weeds
A Magnum Drop
Swapping Disc-Brake Spindles - Debated Usage
Swapping Spindles To Make Your Mopar Handle
Wilwood's A-Body Disc-Brake Conversion - A Binding Option
Drums-To-Discs With Wilwood
Installing Factory-Style Disc Brakes - Stopping Mopar Style
Swap Your Factory Drums For Factory Disc Brakes
Installing Slide-A-Link Traction Bars - Traction Tales
Cutting 60-Foot Times With Competition Engineering
Rebuilding Front Suspensions With PST - Suspending Dilemma
Rebuilding The Front Suspension With PST
Installing Master Power Front-Disc Brakes - Gimme A Brake
Stopping Never Felt So Good
Rebuilding Steering Column - Column Sense
Resto Tech: Rebuilding A Steering Column
Installing Magnum Force Upper Control Arms - Up In Arms
Installing Magnum Force's Tubular Upper Control Arms
Replacing Front Suspension's Lower Control-Arm Bushing - Strong Arm Tactics
Lower Control Arms Never Had It So Good
Installing Offset Hangers & Shackles - Move It, Buddy
MP's Spring-Relocation Kit Offers Room For More Rubber
Swapping Rear Axles & Spring Pads - E-Z Rear Retrofit
Weld-On Spring Perches And Axle Swaps Cure The Big Tire Blues
Installing Stainless Steel Brakes Corporation Bolt-In Conversion Kits - Bolt-On Brakes
Upgrading To Four-Wheel Discs With Stainless Steel Brakes' Bolt-On Kit
Carburetor Dyno Testing - Flowing Results
Testing carburetors on an engine dyno can sometimes be misleading. We've all seen tests showing large-cfm carburetors making more power—even on a small engine that nobody in their right mind would...
Hot Parts - July 2014
A look a the latest parts from Lokar, Flaming River, JLT Performance, and more!...
Kenne Bell Twin-Screw Supercharger Kits
Compared to roots blowers, the twin-screw supercharger offers both increased efficiency—thus lowering the inlet charge temperature, and a reduction in parasitic losses associated with turning the...
50th Anniversary Of The 426 Hemi
Historic. Legendary. Unbeatable. These—and many other descriptive words have been used to describe the 426 Hemi since its public introduction in 1964, but how did we get there?...
1971 Dodge Challenger - N.A. Means Not Average
The code N96 probably won’t mean much to guys who are into 1965 Belvederes, Power Wagons, or late-model rides, but those three characters on a fender tag are important when looking at 1970 and 1971...
Wellborn Musclecar Museum Vintage Barn Finds
A lot of people know that Tim Wellborn, who operates the Wellborn Musclecar Museum in Alexander City, Alabama, with his wife Pam, has a lot of really nice cars....
1986 Dodge Ram 100 SWB Pickup - Super Square-Body
When was the last time you saw a mid-’80s Dodge pickup with a story behind it like Jim Brown’s? We were tipped off to this righteous Ram 100 at the Chryslers at Carlisle show by the folks at Muscle...
1973 Plymouth Baracuda Lemon Twist - Hidden Treasures
According to Manny—err, we mean Officer Konstantinidis—this is a real Lemon Twist '73 'Cuda with a white vinyl top and white interior....
1969 Dodge Dart Swinger 340 - Using Your Influence
Like many Mopar lovers back in the ’60s, Rob Fraser remembered when Dodge and Chrysler-Plymouth dealers sold brand-new, tire-frying performance cars....
2010 Mopar Dodge Challenger Dealership Special - Mo’power To Ya…Indeed!
Back in July 2010 Mopar Performance announced that they would create their first Mopar-branded car, known as an image vehicle....
1970 Superbird sold at Auctions America in Fort Lauderdale.
Are Mopar values climbing?...
pertronix makes an all-in-one tool for all automotive electrical needs.
Are you making plug wires or wiring your car? You need this tool. ...
New hand-held tuner for new Mopar vehicles
If you've got a new Dodge vehicle, Diablosport can help you get your tune on!...
50th Anniversary hits Gainesville
Mopar unveiles a new paint Scheme on the 2014 Funny car of Matt HaganCourtesy Geoff Stunkard...
What size staples are used for the rear tack convertible bow: 69 Fury
Does anyone know the staple size to be used for the rear tack bow, above the rear window, on a 1969...
This especially is for Editor Hunkins, I am so glad you started the Project Valiant up again...
1978 360 street/strip budget build
I have a 1978 360 I bought the engine for $300 dollars and installed the engine a year and a half...
318 Poly to 402 Stroker
Hi, I'm attempting to build a 402 Stroker out of a '64 318 wide Block with poly heads for my '72...
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