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Performance Racing Industry: Part 2

by Pablo Mazlumian

If you’ve read our PRI Part 1 coverage, you saw that PRI had a lot in store for us this year. However, there’s so much stuff it’s simply too much to cover in just one article, unless you wanted to flip through 90 pages. So, welcome to MotoIQ's Part 2 of our five-part PRI 2015 coverage! Let's resume the most in-depth PRI coverage you’ll find online!


 

Wrench Tip: Alternate Bushing Press

by David Zipf

What do you do when you need to press in a bushing but don't have a press or vice handy?  Read our Wrench Tip to find out.


 

Exotics Racing: Christmas Vacation

by Khiem Dinh

All of you MotoIQ readers may remember we visited Exotics Racing in Los Angeles about a year and a half ago. You may also remember I said I had to go back to drive the Ferrari 458 Italia. Christmas vacation provided the right time to take the red prancing horse out for a spin. Santa would be jealous.


 

Testing the AEM Electronics X Series Air Fuel Ratio Gauge: Part 1

by Mike Kojima

How do you make a really good air fuel ratio gauge even better?  Well that's easy, improve it in just about all measurable ways!  That's what AEM Electronics did with the new X-Series air fuel ratio gauge. The new X-Series gauge has a larger, easier to read display, is more compact and is easy to calibrate and the most interesting feature of all is its industry leading response time. 


 

Nerd’s Eye View: LA Auto Show 2015 - Porsche

by Khiem Dinh

Porsche probably had some fuel miser hybrid somewhere in their booth. But I was too distracted by all the go-fast goodies. And Porsche did bring some very fast hardware including a seismic shift in their 911 base engines.


 

Project VA WRX: Finishing the Suspension With Superpro

by Mike Kojima

We have been putting together the Suspension on Project VA WRX over the last few months with some top quality parts from Tein and Superpro.  We were waiting on the few last brand new pieces from Superpro to finish our suspension setup.  Well they have come in and now is our time to install and evaluate them.


 

Nerd’s Eye View: LA Auto Show 2015 - BMW

by Khiem Dinh

In going through the LA Auto Show this year, I noticed a trend: electrification. And turbos. And cars getting faster than ever while still getting better mileage. And we all win. In this first part, we are going to check out some of the vehicles in the BMW booth.


 

Project VA WRX: Enhancing Grip with ARK Design R5 Wheels and Nitto NT05 Tires

by Mike Kojima

Our VA WRX is becoming quite impressive thanks to the gains we have made in its performance.  We are beginning to think that it will soon be knocking at and even exceeding the performance envelope of the much more expensive STI.

Since we have been working on the brakes and suspension of our STI killer VA WRX, it was time to take advantage of those parts with some bigger, grippier tires and wheels to accommodate them. We got the right hardware for the job with some wider wheels from ARK Design and bigger tires from Nitto Tire.


 

Attacking Time: Consistently!

by Frank Ewald

Following Time Attack you may see a car that demonstrates potential but simply is not reliable. And then there is the R-Division Integra Type R with James Houghton in the driver's seat. This team has prepared a package that over the past several years is consistently impressing fans and other competitors. Whether it is in action at a Canadian track with CSCS or crossing the border and challenging all comers in Global Time Attack on either the East or the West coast, this Type R is consistently pushing the envelope. The plan for 2016 is already being implemented so R-Division is not content to rest upon 2015's accomplishments.


 

PRI 2015: Part 1

by Pablo Mazlumian

The Performance Racing Industry 2015 show was back in full force at Indianapolis once again, and there was so much cool stuff that we've separated our coverage into five different articles. Take a peek at what's hot in the performance aftermarket and racing industry, especially if you love turbos, brakes, suspension systems, and electronic gadgets as much as we do!


 

Nerd Vacation - The Nissan Engine Museum

by Joe Lu

This non-descript looking building in Yokohama, Japan was recently a vacation destination for a MotoIQ contributor, and is much more than meets the eye.  Aside from currently containing the Nissan Engine Museum, you're also looking at the world headquarters building that housed Nissan during it's formative years.  Come check out what's inside those doors!


 

Keep It Simple - Go Tuning's Spoon Sports Civic

by Mike Kojima

What's the best thing to do to re launch a performance brand in the USA?  Go racing. That is exactly what Go Tuning, the official North American distributor of Spoon Sports parts has done in the world of Time Attack in a big way.  In practice for the last Super Lap Battle, Dai Yoshihara, previous Formula D and MPTCC Champ peddled Go Tuning's Spoon Sport Civic to a blistering 1:46.3 second lap time around Buttonwillow's famed configuration 13 CW. This was faster than Chris Rado's long standing FWD Unlimited lap record in the high tech 1300hp F-Wing Scion TC, a record we assumed would be out of reach for a long, long time.


 

Extreme Engine Tech: Building the Ultimate K24 Part 1 The Cylinder Head!

by Mike Kojima

Modding late model Honda/Acura engines is somewhat problematic lately.  Take for instance the late model K series engine.  Once probably the best naturally aspirated inline four cylinder production engine by far, the K motor in it's latest variant, the K24Z7, is a neutered, decontented version of its former self.  Found in the current 2012 and up Honda Civic Si and the Acura ILX, the K24Z7 still boasts a decent 205 hp and 174 lb ft of torque. This is slightly better power and much better torque than the much acclaimed bone stock K20A2 that everyone knows and loves.

Can the late model K motor be saved?  We will give it a shot with help from the guys at Motovicity Distribution!


 

How to PROPERLY select and size TIRES for PERFORMANCE

by Billy Johnson

The most important part of your car is not the engine, suspension, or brakes. It’s the TIRES!!!  This is because your car can only perform as well as the capability of its tires. I’m often asked which tire is best and what size to buy.  In this article I discuss my methods for choosing and properly sizing the right tires.  I’m not into the “hella-flush” or “stance” scenes so this article is focused towards those who care about the PERFORMANCE of their car, whether on the street or on the track.


 

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