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Spotted: The New 2016 Sixth Generation Chevy Camaro!

by Mike Kojima

Our government connection West Virginia Legislator Delegate Gary Howell sent us these pictures today.  Apparently Gary was eating at a Chick-Fil-A and noticed that a disguised vehicle was sitting in the parking lot.  He managed to snap a few pictures before the car's driver sped off in it. If you look close you can see his reflection in the glass! We think that the heavily disguised vehicle is the new 2016 Camaro.  In fact, we're just about sure it is.


 

2015 Ford Mustang GT 5.0L Coupe Options From CORSA Performance

Industry Press Release

Owners of the 2015 Ford Mustang GT 5.0 have something to rejoice over, CORSA Performance's new exhaust options! Whether you choose a Double X-Pipe, Cat-Back or Axle-Back exhaust you'll know you're getting the patented CORSA "No Drone" sound you want, plus the added benefit of weight savings. All CORSA Performance exhausts come with your option of Chrome or Black Pro-Series tips.


 

Turbosmart Dual Port Kompact Shortie for Ford’s EcoBoost Mustang

Industry Press Release

Ford knows that boost is the way of the future. Their EcoBoost technology engines are designed to deliver power and torque consistent with those of larger displacement, naturally aspirated engines. That’s why Ford is soon expected to offer EcoBoost engine technology in over 90% of its global vehicle line-up.


 

Wrench Tip: Save your Exhaust Hangers!

by David Zipf

Do you have broken exhaust hangers?  Are you sick of them?  Well then try this Wrench Tip to stop them from coming back.


 

2015 Season Opener: Redline Time Attack - Round 1 at Buttonwillow

by Danny Nguyen

With winter finally departing, for most of us car guys, that means racing season is back! F1 and Moto GP will soon get back on track and local time-attack and racing series kick-off their season as well. 


 

Sneak Peek: Bothwell Motorsports Pro Mod Camaro

by Khiem Dinh

The Bothwell Motorsports Pro Mod Camaro plays in the National Muscle Car Association drag racing series where it won the West Division in 2014. The series mandates engines that are either small block or big block V8s with power adders being nitrous, roots blowers, centrifugal blowers, or turbos. You know us at MotoIQ, we like turbos. A pair of turbos is even better.


 

Project Grey Mustang 5.0: Part 8 – Testing Auto Meter’s Elite Gauges

by Vince Illi

We test out Auto Meter’s incredibly advanced Elite gauges and examine the technology that makes some gauges better than others.


 

Project SEMA Scion Tuner Challenge FR-S, Working on the Cosmetics

by Mike Kojima

In our previous installments of Project SEMA Scion Tuner Challenge FR-S we have been working on getting the performance of our sports coupe up to snuff.  Now it's time to look at stuff that we usually don't care that much about: the looks stuff and cool JDM bits needed for car show points!

Since we figured that every FR-S at the SEMA show was going to sport the new Rocket Bunny wide body kit, we decided to do something completely different. We came up with a theme of restraint.  At the risk that no one would get it, we decided to go MotoIQ style and come up with a look of a practical daily driver car, one that would look trick with a few high quality parts but not something that would scream look at me.  Would the judges get it?  Probably not but we had to do something radically different. 


 

Nitto Battle Of The Streets: Are You Up For The Challenge?

Industry Press Release

16 High Performance Vehicles...4 Rounds Of Heart Pounding Action. 1 Ultimate Champion. Are You Up For The Challenge? 

The fastes cars from around the world square off on the 6th Street Bridge in Los Angeles in hopes of being crowned the Battle of the Streets Champion. 


 

 

mountune Roll-restrictor/RMM For Ford Fiesta

Industry Press Release

The mountune roll-restrictor/RMM replaces the original rear lower engine mount and reduces the amount of engine roll/movement during hard acceleration and gear changing. With a product such as this, care must be taken with the design and choice of materials, as a poor design can destroy the feel and driving experience of the car


 

MotoIQ Pacific Tuner Car Championship presented by Motul, Round 1 & 2, Willow Springs International Raceway

by Clint Boisdeau

The first MotoIQ Pacific Tuner Car Championship presented by Motul was an interesting start to my 2015 wheel to wheel race season.  The combination of scrambling to get Project Civic EF ready enough to race,  the predicted rainy weather in the forecast, and new unproven setup changes put a significant amount of stress on my shoulders.  The added factor of being on a provisional race license and rookie status with the sanctioning body NASA left me in a mindset of "Finish without incident" above all else.  The more positive aspects going into the opening rounds was that the competitors in the field mostly consists of friends so the likelihood of a bonehead maneuver causing contact or a wreck was lower, and Willow Springs International Raceway is my favorite local track.


 

Quick Chat: Heyward Wagner, Director of Experiential Programs for the SCCA

by Per Schroeder

Heyward Wagner has been tasked with helping the Sports Car Club of America grow and with that comes a pretty official, yet nebulous sounding title as the Director of Experiential Programs. Just who is he and what the heck does he do?


 

Driven: 2015 Subaru WRX

by Khiem Dinh

The 2015 WRX is the first time in a long time the WRX has received really major changes. Sure, they changed the head lights, wing size, and the body style some over the years. But mechanically, the cars had remained remarkably similar for a decade. That has all changed with the 2015 WRX. The new WRX is so good (reminds me quite a bit of my 2005 Evo 8 actually in terms of performance), I actually recommend it over the STI if used purely as a fun daily driver.


 

Project Civic EF Racecar: Part 3 - Preparation for First MPTCC Race

by Clint Boisdeau

With the first MotoIQ Pacific Tuner Car Championship race weekend approaching fast after the initial shakedown at Buttonwillow Raceway in part 2, Project Civic EF Racecar had a laundry list of modifications, parts installs, and safety preparation to take care of.  In retrospect as I write this article, I’m truly shocked but also proud how it all came together.  But during the process, I was under a lot of stress.  With not only a significant amount of mechanical changes happening to the car, but also a big exterior overhaul, the scheduling had to be extremely precise.  The collaborative effort between myself, principal sponsors, and contributing shops was the only way Project EF made it to the MPTCC grid.  Here’s the story as to how it all came together, right down to the wire.


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