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Which FAST EZ-EFI System Is Right For You?

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Converting from a carbureted to electronic fuel injection system doesn’t have to be hard thanks to FAST, especially when asking yourself the right questions. FAST‘s latest video will walk you through the things to consider when determining whether you need the original FAST  EZ-EFI Fuel System or EZ-EFI 2.0 Fuel + Ignition. Read More »

Inglese-injected 1973 Ford Capri Road Racer

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We talked with Jerry LaCoss during the Hot Rod Power Tour stop in Memphis. We were admiring his hopped up Ford Capri – a unique sight in the infield sea of muscle cars and late models. While we were impressed, we were even more intrigued by the car he said he was working on, and told him to shoot us ... Read More »

’55 Bel Air Gets FAST EZ-Fuel EFI system

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When Cameron Prause wanted to switch his 1955 Chevy Bel Air to an electronic fuel injection system but keep the nostalgic look under the hood, he turned to Street Legal TV’s Paul Huizenga and Fuel Air Spark Technology (FAST). FAST’s EZ-Fuel EFI system, which Huizenga installed in the Bel Air, is designed to easily bolt onto any carbureted application, is equipped with ... Read More »

Roll With It – Convert a Flat Tappet Camshaft to a Roller

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Converting A Tried-and-True Small Block Chevy from a Flat Tappet to a Roller Camshaft Words and photos: Tommy Lee Byrd There aren’t many cutting edge ideas associated with the small block Chevy, as it’s been in the hot rod rotation for 60 years now. However, it still stands at the most popular engine platform, whether you’re dealing with a street ... Read More »

TCI Quick Tech Video: Transmission Installation Tips

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Ashland, MS – The latest Quick Tech Video from TCI offers a variety of simple tips to keep in mind when installing a transmission. Since transmission installation is never a direct bolt-in, the staff at TCI has come up with a new video featuring a few easy, but helpful tips to ensure that the process goes smoothly the first time. TCI Product Manager ... Read More »

10 Transmission Tips From TCI

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Installing a transmission goes way beyond simply bolting it in place. There are several key aspects to look out for before and during installation, and a handful of critical areas that need attention afterwards to ensure proper adjustment and function. Below are ten tips, photos and a video from TCI that will make the job a success. Read the instructions. We ... Read More »

Inglese Coyote Intake Buildup

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When Slam’d Mag called and asked us if we could trim out an Inglese system for a Ford Coyote, we said yes. We’ve worked with Hogan’s Racing Manifolds on past projects and knew the staff there would deliver a beautiful piece. True to form, they crafted a one-off aluminum intake, complete with a vacuum chamber and the proper flanges. The ... Read More »

COMP Cams Back To Basics Video: LS Valve Train Stability

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Memphis, TN – In the latest installment of the Back to Basics video series, host Richard Holdener demonstrates how an LS valve spring upgrade can help prevent valve float. GM LS engines provide an easy and inexpensive way to make horsepower, but their weak link is in the area of factory valve springs. When it comes to installing boost, an ... Read More »

How To Swap An LS Cam

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The GM LS is one of the most affordable and versatile engines on the market today. COMP Cams has enthusiastically responded to this popularity with a wide variety of high performance camshafts and upgrading to one couldn’t be easier. To demonstrate this, Xceleration Media’s Richard Holdener recently hosted a step-by-step video on swapping a more potent COMP grind camshaft into a stock ... Read More »

FAST XFI 2.0 On Hot Rod Garage

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FAST XFI 2.0  recently appeared on Hot Rod Garage as part of the Blasphemi project – the description from the Motor Trend YouTube channel and the full episode are below. Our own David Page even makes an appearance. “After a last-minute thrash to assemble Mike Finnegan’s ’55 Chevy Bel Air, it famously cruised from Los Angeles to Charlotte, North Carolina, to attend ... Read More »