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Welcome to Project Starletabusa!

By Alex Vendler

Teaching a junkyard dog some new tricks.  Giving this long forgotten gem some much needed star power using a Miatabusa drivetrain and more.  One man's journey to create a unique street/track weapon on a tough budget.


Tech House and Speed by Bill Wood: Episode 100

Tech House and Speed: Episode 100 - With Guests: Kenneth Hansen, Charles Espenlaub, Crazy Leo Urlichich and Craig Lowndes

At the end of the racing year we take another whirl around the globe checking out the constant variety in motorsport from Australia to Sweden. And at all the stops we bring back great chats and tales with winners, champions and legends. And that includes a python "wrassler" and a self proclaimed Crazy Man from Moscow. It's a great show!



Basic Control Theory and Engine Management Systems

By Vince Illi

The modern internal combustion engine is a marvel of engineering. Compared to engines of the early and mid twentieth century, today’s engines are more powerful, more efficient, and orders of magnitude more reliable. These breakthroughs are mainly due to one thing: the engine management system.


Killer B’s, Honda and Mazda to Release B Segment Racer

Killer B’s, Honda and Mazda to Release B Segment Racers

By Mike Kojima

We can just about all agree that racing is fun. We can also agree that racing is also very expensive. It is the expense of racing that deters most of us with racing ambitions from actually taking part in wheel to wheel racing. Well the SCCA, NASA and several manufacturers of sub compact cars, known as the B Segment have gotten together to support a new affordable racing class.

Ask Sarah: MPH vs MPG

Say I would like to accelerate to a specific speed while going up a hill with a moderately steep grade. Which gear is better for fuel economy and which is better for the longevity of the engine?


Tested: 2012 Mazda3 SKYACTIV-G

Tested: 2012 Mazda3 SKYACTIV-G

by Jeff Naeyaert

The 2012 Mazda3 is the first for the manufacturer to get a taste of SKYACTIV technology--Mazda's philosophy of optimizing engine and drivetrain efficiency, body rigidity and overall vehicle weight reduction to achieve 40mpg on regular ole unleaded gasoline and at the same time be a fun car to drive. 


2011 LA Auto Show Highlights - Subaru BRZ, Jaguar CX-16, 911, SLS AMG

By GT Channel for more car videos. GTChannel Highlights the 2011 LA Auto Show held in November at the Los Angeles Convention Center.



Husqvarna TE610 Dual Sport Bike
Project Husqvarna TE610 Part 1: Dual Sport Adventure Bike Options

By Dan Barnes

Buying a semi-obscure Italian motorcycle and riding it out to the middle of nowhere may not seem to be a well-thought-out plan, but really, there was some thought. I swear. An off-road bike is ridiculous fun, but it's also kind of like having a track car that needs a trailer. The goal of this project is a go anywhere, do anything bike.

2011 NASA 25 Hours of Thunderhill Race Recap

2011 NASA 25 Hours of Thunderhill Race Recap

By Robbie Montinola, Photos by Dito Milian

The U.S. Air Force NASA 25 Hours of Thunderhill completed its 9th running this past weekend at Thunderhill Raceway Park in Willows, CA. With a record breaking number of entries, 83 racecars took the green flag for the longest sports car endurance race in North America.

100 Drifters of December

Christmas comes EARLY! The 100 136 Drifters of December!

By Justin Banner

How do you put on the most epic drifting event on the East Coast? Drift on three tracks at the same time for three days, that's how! Did I mention it was only $75, too? Yep, you heard right! Put in a dash of two Formula Drift Pros, a Skid Pad, and camping on site and you have the 100 Drifters of December at Summit Point Motorsports Park by Drift Nirvana!


Project Civic EJ: Fast Brakes Rear Disc Brake Conversion Kit

by Chuck Johnson

After completing the install of the front Fast Brakes big brake kit, we knew that we had to do something about the drum brake lameness that was taking place on the rear of Project Civic. Project Civic had been retired to commuter car only status almost a decade ago and since then had only the basic maintenance performed. We were pretty suspicious that the rear drums weren't contributing any work in the whole braking equation since there seemed to be an abnormal amount of front brake bias.  Never mind that the rear drums and shoes had not been replaced ever even after 260,000 miles of use.


How To Degree Cams

How To Degree Cams

By Aaron Bonk

An engine works best when the right things happen at the right time. Say your spark fires before your pistons are in their right spots—you might embarrass yourself on the dyno. You might even end up with a scenic view of your bottom end. The relationship between an engine's crank and its cams is no different. The rise and fall of its pistons has to sync with the opening and closing of its valves, which happen to be controlled by its cams. This is even more important to pay attention to once aftermarket cams, adjustable cam gears or other mismatched components are introduced as well as once an engine's block or cylinder head have been resurfaced. All of this should be enough to make you want to degree your cams.

Basic Drift Chassis Setup Part 2

Basic Drift Chassis Setup Part 2

By Mike Kojima

In part one of our series we spoke about the importance of good suspension which is probably the first major step in setting up a car for drifting.  Although the suspension is really important, perhaps just as important is a good limited slip differential.



Scion FR-S Reveal - Interview, GReddy & GT5 Data logger

By GT Channel for more car videos. GTChannel interviews Scion VP Jack Hollis about the Scion FR-S at the reveal event in Los Angeles. We also talk to Kenji Sumino from GReddy Performance Product on the first modified FR-S. We also learn that the FR-S can directly transfer your actual driving data log to Gran Turismo 5 on the PS3.


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