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Page 3: Mopar Tech
Rebuilding Your Steering Box - Better Boxing Lessons
Getting A Handle On Your Steering Box With Steer & Gear
Suspension Modification Upgrades - Getting A Grip
A Primer On Street/Strip Suspension Mods
Upgrading Front End Suspension - The Straight And Narrow Part 2
Installing A-Body Space-Age Suspension Parts
Upgrading & Rebuilding Front Suspensions - The Straight And Narrow Part 1 - Hardcore Tech
Rebuilding And Upgrading A-Body Front Suspensions With Space-Age Parts
Twenty Tech Tips For Street Survival - Weekend Tech
The Lowdown On Making Your Mopar Work On The Street
How To Remove K-Member & Front Suspension - K-Frame Teardown
Part One-Teardown: What You Need To Know
Stillen Cross-Drilled Front Rotors - Drilled For Success
Installing Stillen's Cross-Drilled Front Rotors For Dakotas
Torsion Bar Restoration & Detailing - Raising The Bar
Concours Muscle Mopar Torsion Bar Restoration And Identification
Crate Engines - Crate Loads Of Power!
We know the sound of building an individually tailored engine spec'd out exactly for you and your car sounds appealing, and if you're a serious racer or have a highly specialized platform, that's the...
Performance Clinic - December 2014
Take a look at the Performance Clinic for December 2014, where questions from you guys get answered....
Inland Empire Driveline Services - The Spin Zone
At some point, every hot rodder in the land will need a new driveshaft, and 9 out of 10 times it will need to be custom built. It could be because you've added an overdrive transmission, or upgraded...
Hot Parts - December 2014
Hot Parts takes a look at: a STR8 exhaust, Challenger headlight bezzels, a shark grille reissue, and Fury dashpads....
How You Can Build a Stout 537HP Street 440
For the budget-minded Mopar fan, the 440 offers an abundance of cheap power with a few basic upgrades to step up the areas where the factory 440 is a little short....
Mopar Suspension Guide
Despite what the heretics from other brands may say, vintage Mopar suspension works quite well when properly set up and tuned. That said, for reasons we'll get into, your suspension probably doesn't....
1972 Plymouth Barracuda - Blood Brothers
Back in July of 1972, a certain white-on-white 1972 Plymouth Barracuda rolled off the assembly line. A week later, Travis Higgins was born. Although they wouldn't cross paths for another 14 years,...
Chryslers At Carlisle
Chrysler’s At Carlisle is the all Chryslers Mopar event that brings people out by the tens of thousands....
Moparty At The Strip
As the last editor of now-defunct Popular Hot Rodding magazine, I have always had my head in the Mopar world, and on the weekend of April 11-14 of this year, I aimed my '11 Hemi Challenger in the...
Bangin Gears - Hellcat Challenger: Saying "Yes" In A World Of "No"
Then along comes the SRT Hellcat Challenger, a car so pissed off, they have to warn you with its name. The fact that it even exists, let alone at a price of $60K, is simply amazing....
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...
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...
Can I put a blower on a old school 440 magnum
I'm looking to buy a 1970 Dodge charger but a lot of them seem to come with the old-school 440...
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