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5,000 & Counting: Larry Shaw Race Cars force to be reckoned with

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Larry Shaw is in a class of his own. Racers running his chassis have been saying that for years, as week after week, builds from Larry Shaw Race Cars reach Victory Lane all across America. That “class of his own” statement now has a tangible figure attached to it though, as Shaw has recently built his 5,000th race car. “If ... Read More »

FAST EFI and the Week To Wicked C10

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Every year, the crunch to bring a new vehicle to SEMA has shops working hard. While some labor for months or even years on their vehicles, Classic Trucks Magazine did it in one week. With the help of Fuel Air Spark Technology (FAST) EFI from the COMP Performance Group, project “Week to Wicked” turned a ¾-ton long bed into a lowered, ... Read More »

FAST EFI and a Corvette in Camaro’s clothing

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Doug Holmes used FAST EFI and XIM to power his Camaro with Corvette suspension. Doug Holmes runs an engine shop called Finger Lakes Auto in Auburn, New York. He’s a frequent COMP Performance Group customer who recently shared photos of a personal project. It’s a collection of great ideas and one-off fabricated parts. It’s also a 1968 Camaro with Corvette ... Read More »

Customer Spotlight: Ed Kiebler and his 1965 Chevelle

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Ed Kiebler knew what he wanted. The Hot Rod Power Tour had caught his attention, and he could think of nothing better than a rolling vacation with his car buddies. The chariot of choice would be a ‘65 Chevelle that was built for comfort and modern performance but still retained a classic muscle car appearance. His other goal was to ... Read More »

Customer Spotlight: Harry Henke’s Inglese-injected ’65 Chevy

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  We spied the “Fuel Injected” badges on the hood sides. This, paired with the license plate from Ontario, Canada, had us guessing what was under the hood. It wasn’t long before it was open and we were staring at an inline six with Inglese injection. Wait, what? As we talked with Harry Henke, the story of the truck became ... Read More »

Student “Team COMP Cams” qualifies for Nat’l Engine Challenge

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Nineteen minutes. It didn’t take a six-member team of high schoolers much longer to strip and then reassemble an engine during a recent contest at Universal Technical Institute in Pennsylvania. The Burton Center for Arts and Technology team from Salem, Virginia, completed the task in 19 minutes and 38 seconds, to be exact. Dubbed “Team COMP Cams,” the students posted ... Read More »