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Holley LS Fest Pre-Registration Is Now Open!

Industry Press Release

Holley Performance Products is excited to announce the opening of pre-registration for the 2015 LS Fest! 2015 marks the sixth annual Holley LS Fest. The event has grown each year, and Holley is looking for that trend to continue in 2015. 


AEM's Infinity Programmable ECU Supports 2006-'15 Mazda 2.0L MZR Engine!

Industry Press Release

The Infinity ECU is now available for 2006-'15 Mazda 2.0L MZR race engines with a 36-2-2-2 crank tooth profile and 4+2 cam tooth profile (PN 30-7111 Infinity-812, 30-7100 Infinity-10, 30-7101 Infinity-8, 30-7108 Infinity-8h and 30-7106 Infinity-6). Plug & Pin Kits, Core Plug & Play Engine Harnesses and flying-lead Universal Wiring Harnesses are available for adapting the Infinity ECU onto a supported 2006-current Mazda MZR race engine.


 

2015 Ford Mustang Ecoboost Owners Looking For a Boost Can Do So with a K&N Air Intake

Industry Press Release

Not since the Fox Body Ford Mustang SVO has Ford offered a turbocharged inline-four cylinder engine in its legendary Pony Car. Contrary to most auto makers’ engine line ups, due to an increase in horsepower, torque, and fuel economy, the 2015 Ford Mustang 2.3L EcoBoost four cylinder engine is an upgrade over the standard 300 horsepower V6.


 

Radium Engineering & Fuel Safe Deliver Ultimate Fuel Cell and Surge Tank Combo

Industry Press Release

A joint collaboration between Radium Engineering and Fuel Safe® has produced a full line of Radium Fuel Cell Surge Tank equipped fuel cells. Customers can order their complete fuel cell system with Fuel Cell Surge Tank (FCST) from Radium's website. Assembly is completed at Fuel Safe's headquarters in Redmond, OR prior to shipping. The Fuel Cell and Surge Tank assembly is turnkey and ready to install.


 

CSF BMW E46 M3 2 Piece Race-Spec Cooling Package

Industry Press Release

CSF cools BMW with their new Ultimate Cooling Solution for the E46 M3. With a 2 piece cooling package proven on the race track you know your BMW E46 M3 will stay cool under pressure.


 

Fortune Auto Releases New Concave Flow Digressive Piston

Industry Press Release

Fortune Auto would like to introduce their new Concave Flow Digressive Piston Technology that will be offered in the 510 Series and Dreadnought PRO line starting July 1st, 2015. After countless hours of research and development with each independent application, they have thoroughly optimized the CFD Piston for maximum adjustability. 


 

Evaluating the HKS Max GT R35 GT-R Coilover Suspension System

by Mike Kojima

Not so long ago we evaluated HKS's new Max ST coil over suspension system on a Honda AP2 S2000.  The S2000 is a pretty decent handling car from the factory that is pretty suspension sensitive, the AP1 in particular has a lot of toe change with suspension moment and some wonky suspension can make it quite a handful.  

For our next evaluation we decided to try the other HKS coilover in the lineup the Max GT damper. While the Max ST is calibrated for the serious driver being set up like a hard core street and or weekend warrior track day shock, the GT is made for a mildly performance oriented driver that wants to lower their vehicle with a decent ride and have handling that is a step up from stock but with little sacrificed in the way of ride comfort.


 

CP-Carrillo Introduces Mold Making Kits 

Industry Press Release

Good molds are hard to find…  Starting today, CP-Carrillo offers its customers the convenience of purchasing a “Mold Making kit” directly from CP-Carrillo.


 

Fluidampr Announces Two New Performance Dampers

Industry Press Release

Scion FR-S / Subaru BRZ and Evolution X owners can now benefit from a Fluidampr crankshaft damper. The premium viscous style damper upgrade creates a long lasting foundation for durability and performance by protecting against a broad range of destructive crankshaft torsional vibrations.


 

Extreme Engine Tech: Building the Ultimate K24 Part 3 - The Finished Goods!

by Mike Kojima

We have been working with Motovicity for the last few weeks to demonstrate the building of a potent Honda K24Z7 motor, built completely from in stock and off the shelf parts available from Motovicity themselves. We chose the K24Z7 as it is currently the OEM engine for the Civic Si and is relatively difficult to modify due to it's emissions bound cylinder head.  Our goal is not to build a dyno queen or a drag motor but to build a strong K motor all from off the shelf parts with the intention of getting the most power possible on pump gas with the widest most useable powerband. 

In the last two editions of our series we focused on the cylinder head and bottom end of our K24Z7. We swapped to an earlier model K20Z3 head  to get Vtec on the exhaust side and and removable exhaust manifold and installed Skunk2 camshafts, Kelford valvesprings and Supertech valves better suited for turbocharged use. For the bottom end we added lower compression JE pistons and stronger K1 rods, removing the problematic balance shafts while we were in there.  

Now it's time to finish off our motor. 


 

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