With only 214 stock cubic inches of twin turbo power available, watch as we do a step by step install of easily bolted on parts on a 2012 Ford F-150. We establish a base line set of numbers on the chassis dyno at Granatelli Motorsports and dyno test the installation of each part and show you the results. No black magic here, just straight forward bolt on parts that you can do in your own driveway in a day. The dyno tells the true story of the horsepower and torque increases with each step. The results are awesome!
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Hosers. That’s what we call ‘em here in the States, our frozen Canadian brethren from the “Great White North.” They’ve sent us a number of great talents, the likes of Michael J. Fox, Dan Aykroyd, Neil Young, William Shatner, and Pamela Anderson. (Though she’s a favorite of many guys, Canadian or not. I got to…Read more
Richard Petty, the Once and Future King, the most accomplished driver in the history of NASCAR— son of a race car driver, movie star, friends to presidents, the Other American Hero—had a hell of a year in 1971. It was his “Million Dollar Year:” the year when he won 22 races, including the big…Read more
As legends go, few drag racing teams have achieved more iconic status than the widely celebrated Stone Woods and Cook team that terrorized the nation’s dragstrips with its supercharged Willys Gassers throughout the sixties. Their popularity was further confirmed in 1982 when Hot Rod Magazine named the Stone Woods Cook Willys the most famous…Read more