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COMP Cams Reveals 2015 Engine Builder Duel Schedule

2015 EBD Duel

The Engine Builder Duel puts top gearheads to the test in a race between two-person teams to determine who can assemble and fire a Small Block Chevy in the shortest amount of time. Using nothing but their knowledge and the tools on hand, and without help from the audience, each team is responsible for assembling their engine and letting it ... Read More »

COMP Cams Back To Basics Video: LS Cam Swap


Memphis, TN –In this Back to Basics Video, Xceleration Media host Richard Holdener demonstrates just how easy it is to install an aftermarket cam in a GM LS3 engine. Gains of up to 60 horsepower can be made with a simple aftermarket camshaft installation. With that goal in mind, the second episode of the new Back to Basics series is ... Read More »

How To Swap An LS Cam

Cam Swap Rotator

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 »

Terry Muskrat Selected As COMP Cams Top Performer For April


Memphis, TN − In 2012, weekly racers are being randomly recognized as the COMP Cams Top Performer of the Month. The winner for April is Oklahoma driver Terry Muskrat. The latest recipient of the COMP Cams Top Performer honors for April is racing veteran Terry Muskrat, who hails from Stillwell, Oklahoma. With over 29 years of racing experience under his belt, ... Read More »

Lamar Walden Has Been With COMP Cams From The Beginning


Lamar Walden has built a career out of building engines. Lamar Walden Automotive, based in Doraville, GA, has been in business since 1968. Billed as the “Home of the World Fastest 409s,” the seven person operation is a full-service building and tuning shop for high performance Chevrolet engines with all work done in house. And throughout the company’s history, its ... Read More »

COMP Cams Pushes Performance Limits With Advanced Spintron Testing


One of the great difficulties when it comes to building engines and trying to push their performance limits comes from the fact that engine designs are so complex it can be easy to overlook how the behavior of one component may affect many others. Take, for example, the valve spring and its ability to maintain control of the intake and ... Read More »

Indy Cylinder Head Utilizes COMP Cams Products To Set The Industry Standard In Power


Banking on knowledge gained from over 38 years of experience on the track and in the research department, Indy Cylinder Head creates world champion caliber power plants, and COMP Cams performance products are a major ingredient. Located front and center in the land of power and performance in Indianapolis, Indiana, Indy Cylinder Head is world-renowned as one of the top ... Read More »

Jon Kaase Racing Engines And COMP Cams Culminate To Produce Potent Power Plants


Georgia-based Jon Kaase Racing Engines are world-renowned for producing championship caliber racing engines, and the company utilizes COMP Cams performance products to guarantee performance and durability. Everybody knows the old adage that there is no “I” in team, and for Jon Kaase, who is the founder and owner of Jon Kaase Racing Engines (JKRE) based in Winder, Georgia, it’s a ... Read More »

Spin To Win


How The COMP Cams Spintron Facility Helps Produce Engines That Win On The Race Track There’s an old racer’s adage that says you don’t race on the dyno, you race on the track. The point is that it doesn’t matter what numbers you can make on the engine dyno if you can’t back it up in the real world. The ... Read More »

Chevy Hardcore Hears Unbelievable Racing Stories From Scooter Brothers At COMP Cams


Paul “Scooter” Brothers, President and co-founder of COMP Cams and chairman-elect of the SEMA board of directors, is a good guy to get to know. Involved in multiple forms of racing for practically his whole adult life, he currently leads a performance parts empire, yet remains one of the easiest guys to talk to in the business. It turns out ... Read More »