I am considered an expert in drag race chassis construction and tuning. I also have general knowledge of performance engines with small block chevies being my specialty.
I have worked in the automotive aftermarket as a builder, designer and seller of race components. I worked for Moroso Performance for seven years as an engineer and product manager. I currently am the owner of Lyons Performance LLC, a shop that specializes in American manufactured race products.
NHRA, IHRA, SEMA,ASE, Alpha Omega Theta Fraternity
Muscle Mustangs and Fast Fords
BFA-New York Institute of Technology, Marketing
1998 SEMA best new product Award -Racing Vacuum Pump
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|Elan||02/06/16||10||10||10||Thank you Matt for your insight!|
|kevin||01/19/14||10||10||10||Thanks for pointing me in the right .....|
The picture is rather small, but I will take a stab at it and say it is of the double a-arm type with independent coilover shocks on each hub. It would articulate OK over rough terrain but not very manuverable
I suggest you speak with the tech dept of the supercharger manufacturer you intend to use. Each unit and application has its own specs for drive ratios and how to install accessories. Most companies will
I wouldn't recommend going any bigger with the cam because you end up with piston to valve clearance issues and then need to notch the piston tops. Those Hyper pistons don't take well to notching. I think
Can you tell me what vehicle this is going into, what trans, stall speed, rear gear ratio and tire size. It sounds like you have a pretty potent build up but your not matched to your drivetrain and car
First make sure to torque the caps in steps. If 60ft/lbs is the goal, start by torquing all the caps to 20ft/lbs, then 40ft/lbs and finally 60ft/lbs. This gives the bolt a chance to normalize. I also recommend