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Is a Water/Methanol Injection Kit the Tuning Aid You Need?

The premise behind water injection is simple: Squirt a mixture of water and methanol–windshield washer fluid, basically–into the engine’s combustion chamber to cool the intake charge and prevent detonation.

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Basic body work part 2: Applying polyester filler

Just because it was cheap doesn't mean your project shouldn't look good. Here is how to use polyester filler to smooth in those rough sections.

10 steps to fulfilling your motorsports dreams | Column

Even though we like to fuss over what is the latest and greatest, don't let those quibbles get in the way of actually getting on track and having fun.

How to Properly Tune an Engine | Go Faster!

It doesn't take much for a well-running engine to suddenly need a tune-up. Here are 10 steps to find and diagnose that problem.

Tech tips | Understanding fender rolling, downsizing tires, wheel spacers and what makes a race wheel

Getting ready to roll some fenders or considering downsizing your tires? Read this first.

Build threads can offer more than just pictures of cool cars | Column

Sometimes, the most interesting part of a build thread isn't what's in the foreground of its pictures, it's what's in the background.

Basic body work part 1: Repairing rusty sheet metal

Rust is often compared to cancer. If caught early, it can be stopped in its tracks. Allow it to spread, and the prognosis isn’t so good.

How to bulletproof a Chevy C5 Corvette for track duty

Not sure how to best prepare a car for track duty? Here's all the work we've put into our C5 Corvette project car since we first got it.

Tested: See how catalytic converters perform on the dyno

Are catalytic converters just a cork in the system?

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Understanding corner weights

Properly corner weighting your race car can allow you better handling to best the competition on track.

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