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Net WAY Positive! New Tracks & Drag Racing is Bigger Than Ever

April 25, 2022 7 min read

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Stepping Up To The Plate: Brett Lasala New Coyote Mustang Will Challenge Many

March 29, 2022 4 min read

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How to choose the right LS Throttle Body

August 11, 2021 4 min read

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10 Reasons Your Fuel System Sucks... Common Failure Points in Boosted and EFI Fuel Systems

July 29, 2021 8 min read

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Parachutes 101: Your Guide to Racecar Parachutes

May 11, 2021 4 min read

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How Do Flex Fuel Sensors Work with Ethanol and E85?

February 09, 2021 3 min read

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3 Reasons Your Catch Can is Filling Up With Oil and Making Your Filter Oily

October 15, 2020 3 min read

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4 Tips to Making Your Electric Fuel Pump Quieter

September 03, 2020 2 min read

Before we get into the tips on how to quiet things down, lets talk about some common reasons why ANY brand fuel pump may be loud.  

  • Reverberation: Mounting a pump to sheet metal which might only have a few spot welds is much different than to a very solid frame.  On the same note if the sheet metal goes into an open cavity it can create a sound box of sorts.  
  • Sound deadening: An all out race car stripped of all sound deadening material might be different than a factory car.
  • Is it being loud a new thing? Sometimes when a pump starts working harder due to clogged filters (or becoming more clogged gradually) as well as a small or damaged power wire may elevate noise.  Be careful and knowing of this.  
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5 reasons CO2 Boost Control is the best Boost Control Method

August 23, 2020 4 min read

5 reasons CO2 Boost Control is the best Boost Control Method.

Boost is only as good as it is controlled!

If you are running an external boost controller or electronic boost controller on your modified or race turbocharged vehicle, you may or may not have realized there are a TON of options surrounding Boost Control.  Everyone has their own preference on controller and setups, but one thing holds true. CO2 boost control will absolutely change the way your racecar reacts, spools, and runs! Oh yeah, by the way... This works on any boosted engine.  2 cyl, 4 cylinder, 6 cylinder, V8, V10, even a rotary!

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How big of Fuel Line do I need for my Turbo or Boosted LS Engine?

August 19, 2020 3 min read

While an 8AN feed line and 6AN return line on a 1000 horsepower gasoline or race gas powered LS with 30psi is sufficient.  However, on an E85 combo, we recommend a 10AN feed and an 8AN return minimum for the same setup minus the fuel change.  We also like to take into account your future goals, and whether you order these lines and components from us, we suggest you do as well!
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What Fuel Line Do You Need to run with E85 and Ethanol, or Methanol Fuel?

August 11, 2020 3 min read

E85 E98 as well as other blends of Ethanol and Methanol can be extremely volatile and corrosive to fuel lines if not matched with a compatible fuel line option.  In this Blog we talk about what fuel lines are compatible as well as give some insight on we use what we use!
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10 Reasons Your Turbo Smokes or Leaks Oil

July 26, 2020 5 min read

Turbo Oil Seals: Turbochargers are a fantastic way to add HUGE power to any powerplant, however, if the system is not designed properly you can spend a lot of time and money repairing turbos and chasing issues.   Before we dive in, I want to make sure everyone is on the same page of how a turbo oil seal works.  It is actually not a seal at all as you would  expect.  A turbo oil seal (there are two, one on the compressor side and one on the exhaust side) is actually most similar to a gapless piston ring. 

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