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Speed Secrets: What’s So Great About the FAST LSXR Intake?

Speed Secrets: What’s So Great About the FAST LSXR Intake?

When GM designed the LS1 engine, they didn’t give it an intake to do it justice. Thankfully, FAST came up with a solution. Richard Holdener explains the magic behind the FAST LSXR intake in this episode of Speed Secrets. Of all the intake manifolds GM has produced over the years, the LS1, the beginning of arguably the best GM engine ... Read More »

One Man’s Quest for a FAST-er Porsche

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The world of the Porsche is divided between the purists and the racers. One group wants to keep them all preserved in their factory form, and the other celebrates their heritage in motorsports. But, making fast cars faster will always be a constant, and through the years, tuners such as Singer, Magnus Walker, RUF, Lindsey Racing and Rogue have made ... Read More »

Maximize HP with FAST interchangeable runners

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In this latest video from Fuel Air Spark Technology, learn how new interchangeable runners for the LSXR and LSXRT 102mm manifolds can boost horsepower by 20 to 35 over original. Read More »

FAST LSXR 102mm Intake Manifold Runner Sets

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Memphis, TN – Due to a patented removable runner design and the introduction of two additional runner sets, LSXR 102mm Intake Manifolds from FAST now have the capability to shift torque and horsepower gains to a higher RPM than the original version, making them the most flexible options on the market. In addition to the original FAST LSXR 102mm Intake Manifold & Runner Set, ... Read More »

COMP Cams Camaro Restoration Nearing Completion

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After many days of “dirty work,” the COMP Cams Camaro is now on the fun part of the build. With the body in paint and the RHS LS built and dyno-tested, things are looking better every day. Gone are the days of looking for surprise rust and hogging old paint. Now that we are over the hump and on to ... Read More »

FAST 102mm LSXR & LSXRT Black Intake Manifolds

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Memphis, TN –  Now available in a sleek, black design, FAST 102mm LSXR and LSXRT  Intake Manifolds optimize airflow material and utilize a multi-piece design to provide bolt-on 10-25 horsepower gains. FAST 102mm LSXR LSXRT Manifolds With longer, less restrictive runners and a larger air inlet than stock versions, these FAST 102mm manifolds deliver added horsepower without compromising low-RPM torque. The ... Read More »

FAST LSX, LSXR And LSXRT 102mm Intake Manifolds Are Now Emissions-Legal In All 50 States

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Memphis, TN – The engineers at FAST™ teamed up with the airflow specialists at RHS to develop polymer intake manifolds for late model LS car, truck and SUV applications. Now these state-of-the-art components have been legally certified for use in all 50 states. Through Executive Order D-279-9, the State of California Air Resources Board (C.A.R.B) has found the installation of ... Read More »

Popular Hot Rodding – Righteous Nitrous

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In the October issue Christopher Campbell of Popular Hot Rodding safely makes 735 horsepower from a 6.0L ’03 LS LQ4 from a 2500 series truck. To do so he enlisted the help of Ben Strader at EFI University and Brian Macy at the Horsepower Connection. The project features a FAST™ LSXR™ 102mm Intake Manifold, FAST™ LSXR™ LS1/LS6 Billet Fuel Rail ... Read More »

GM High-Tech Performance – Room To Grow

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In the April issue of GM High-Tech Performance, the editorial team dyno’s its 376c.i. Camaro engine featuring a variety of COMP Performance Group™ components. The goal is to learn exactly what the power gains are with the aftermarket goodies. The power plant features RHS Pro Elite™ LS7 Cylinder Heads, a FAST™ LSXR™ 102mm Intake Manifold and Big Mouth™ Throttle Body, along ... Read More »

Car Craft – LS Cathedral Port Vs. Square-Port Heads

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In the August 2012 issue, the editorial staff at Car Craft looks to answer two questions. First of all, how much power is an LS3 upgrade worth over stock cathedral-port heads? And secondly, how does the upgrade compare to a set of aftermarket heads? To answer these questions Car Craft made a variety of pulls on the dyno featuring each ... Read More »