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RHS Pro Elite LS7 heads offer HP gains with bolt-in simplicity

RHS offers its Pro Elite LS7 cylinder heads in 291cc and 307cc configurations to suit a wide range of street and race applications. They’re available fully CNC-ported or as raw castings. For older 3.900-inch-bore LS motors, RHS offers a 266cc small-bore variant as well. All Pro Elite LS7 heads are compatible with both stock and aftermarket intake manifolds.

Improving upon a set of mediocre OE cylinder heads is easy. Simply open up the bowls and back-cut the valves on a set of Gen I small-block Chevy heads, and — bam — an extra 20-30 horsepower is yours. Up the ante to a set of GM LS7 castings, however, and wringing out any additional airflow proves much more difficult. ... Read More »

TCI Bolt-Together Torque Converters For GM 6L80 Applications

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Ashland, MS – Single-Disc, 6L80 bolt-together torque converters from TCI are the only high-stall converters on the market that bolt into a late model Camaro, Pontiac G8/GXP or Cadillac CTS-V with no tuning required. They also feature patent-pending technology. Proven to be seven-tenths quicker in the quarter-mile than an otherwise stock Camaro SS with drag radials,  these new torque converters feature ... Read More »

TCI Bolt-together Converters For GM 4L60E Applications

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Ashland, MS – Single-Disc, 4L60E bolt-together torque converters from TCI are the only high-stall converters on the market that are designed specifically for GM 4L60E transmissions. These converters are plug-and-play with no tuning required. Adding to its line of bolt-together torque converter options, these TCI converters feature woven-carbon friction and lock-up control technology which seamlessly applies the clutch. Each one features a ... Read More »

The COMP Cams Engine Builder Duel will take 2016 off to re-tool

The COMP Cams Engine Builder Duel will resume in 2017 after re-tooling.

  The COMP Cams Engine Builder Duel breaks to re-tool for the 2017 season.  The COMP Cams Engine Builder Duel program will take this event season off to completely re-tool for 2017. After eight hard years of service, the legendary Chevy small blocks will be retired. Surprisingly, two of the original three engines remain. Bryan Pitcher of COMP Cams has ... Read More »