You’re just a few pounds of boost away from 600-rwhp with your new Shelby GT350 Michael Johnson Technical Editor October 7, 2016 The hot Mustang right now is the current Shelby GT350 and GT350R. Introduced as a 2015 model, everyone by now knows about the car’s Voodoo flat-plane crank, 5.2-liter, 8,250 rpm, 526-horsepower monster under…

Beat the heat: Engineered to keep you cruising cool and quiet year-round August 15, 2016 Photos By: Manufacturers If you spend most of your drive time in a newer vehicle you understand the letdown that comes with taking the wheel of a classic Mustang during the summertime. Even with air conditioning and OEM body insulation,…

Beyond the Basics: Vintage Mustang Tech Questions and Answers Dave Stribling August 4, 2016 Running Hot I have a 1965 convertible with a 1974 302 engine that’s been rebuilt with C4 auto transmission behind it. It used to run at three-quarters of the way to hot on my temp gauge. I recently installed a new…

The Power of Juice Steve Baur Former Editor, Modified Mustangs & Fords July 14, 2016 With all of the whiz-bang boost junkies jumping on the Coyote bandwagon, it is easy to forget that traditional gearheads still look to carburetors and solid-roller camshafts for building horsepower. Adding a power adder to that old-school combination works much…

Pro-M Racing brings the latest ignition technology to the venerable small-block Ford Justin Fivella July 6, 2016 The forefathers of speed could only dream of street cars that were both reliable and capable of 800 hp or more—funny thing is, these days it is commonplace. We can thank technology’s rapid advance along with a strong…

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