Chevy
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2007


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January
Tech - Old School Meets New (Whether you prefer the traditional Mouse or want to get into an LS-series powerplant, we compare them, show how they fared on the engine dyno and break down the cost); Late-Model 402CI LS2; 406CI Traditional Mouse; In The Rear With The Gears (We show you how to make your 8.2-inch 10-bolt handle serious abuse); Subframe To Surface Missle (Update your first-gen Camaro with the latest suspension goodies); Rust-B-Gone (Getting rid of cancer in your old iron is easier than you think) Features - Beginner's Pluck (Lots of hard work created a hard-core first car); Back For Seconds (Ray May's '66 Chevy II SS) Departments - Shop Talk (Dynos do more than make noise); Performance Q & A (Big Mac tells all); Step By Step (We degree a camshaft the easy way); Insider (Dennis Overholser and crew of Painless Performance school us on electrical systems and wiring); Parts Rack (Want a carb in extra large for the street? Then check out the King Demon with vacuum secondaries); Garage (Letters, news and everything else we couldn't fit anywhere else); Rides (Thirty-one years seperate this pair of first- and fourth-gen Camaros, and if we had to pick one, sorry, no can do. We're greedy and know it. We'll take both, please); What's Next (Stories to expect in the February issue)
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February
Tech - The Big Squeeze (Nitrous, it's the gift that keeps on giving. It'll make your small-block think think it's bigger, and it'll turn big-blocks into absolute thumpers! We show you what's out there, how it works, and what not to do); Small Displacement, Big Punch (404hp on grunt and 513hp on the sauce, out of a 327ci small-block); 'Round The Outside (Putting Zex's Perimeter Plate nitrous system to the test); Testing Day (An old nitrious system gets a makeover, and it pays off at the strip); TNT Stands For Power (Juicing to the tune of 798hp and 786 lb-ft with Texas Nitrous Technology's Force 2 Plate System) Features - Black Attack (This Elky throws down 11-second quarters and rips off triple-digit track speeds); While You Were Waiting (Sometimes good things come to those who won't wait, like this 600hp twin-turbo Malibu) Departments - Shop Talk (Is your project a direct reflection of your personality?); Performance Q & A (Big Mac tells all); Step By Step (Whenever you're piecing together a new combination, you'll need to check for piston-to-valve clearance. If you don't know how, then here's you're chance to learn how to do it the right way); Insider (When it comes to gas and race fuel, forget everything you're friends ever told you. We sit down with Tim Wusz of Rocket Brand Racing Fuel and get the inside facts and debunk common myths); Parts Rack (Want to fit big meats on the back of your second-gen Camaro? Look no further - Detroit Speed offers everything you need to get the job done); Garage (Letters, news and everything else we couldn't fit anywhere else); Rides (Sure, it's another Chevelle, only this one has a L-34 396 Rat, a four-speed and A/C to boot); What's Next (Stories to expect in the March issue)
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March
Tech - A Work Of Art (If you've wanted to spray-bomb your own ride or are unsure of what to look for in a professional painter, then here are a few things you need to understand before handing over the Benjamins); Mundane To Rock Star For Under $1,200 (Who says you can't have the look of an SS? We just wouldn't claim it to be real); Primed & Ready (What's primer? Why's it important? Nelson follows along with the pros and gets the skinny while his third-gen gets a well-deserved weekend makeover); Rev Happy (Control valve bounce with a set of beehive vavesprings) Features - Beast Of Burden (It went from daily driver to wheels-up strip car, with a hint of nostalgia); Burning Desire (Check out this big-block Rat-powered '69 Camaro RS) Departments - Shop Talk (Know what a blog is? If you don't, you will soon enough); Performance Q & A (Big Mac tells all); Step By Step (Bead-blasting is one way to remove paint; however, chemically stripping takes it to a whole new level); Insider (Rodney Austin explains the basics of bodywork that most body shops don't want to share); Parts Rack (If you thought carburetor technology had reached its peak, think again. Barry Grant's latest creation may tantalize the eyes, but it's much more than that); Garage (Letters, news and everything else we couldn't fit anywhere else); Rides (Harold Quesada's black '67 Impala SS is big and bodacious with a potent 427ci mill); What's Next (Stories to expect in the upcoming issue)
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April
Tech - Big-Time Power (Fact: Big-blocks rule! Want a basic 454 rebuild? How about a punched-out 496? Maybe you're looking into a 540ci stroker and bigger. This month we talk to the pros for the ultimate bang for the buck, investigate the costs, explore the power potential, and learn when it's time to look into aftermarket blocks); All Fired Up (A simple ignition bolt-on throws down an extra 12 rear-wheel horsepower and 14 lb-ft to the wheels. Believe it!); Boost Up (We turn a Sunday stroller into a grudge-night brawler with Vortech Engineering's latest carbureted blow-through supercnarger); Trading Places (Engine swaps are cake, and we're going to show you how to do it right, list the tools you need, and even break down the cost) Features - Balls! (Russell Kelly goes 8s with one hot-blooded big-inch small-block); Hedging The Bet (Brent Walker's Chevelle SS covers all the bases) Departments - Shop Talk (It's all fun and games until you run over your own foot); Performance Q & A (Big Mac tells all); Step By Step (Feeling breezy during chilly evening cruises? Then reclaim your office by swapping in new weatherstripping); Insider (Think you know everything there is to know about racing tires? We bet Mickey Thompson Tires' Ken Warner can prove otherwise); Parts Rack (The General just made it easier to make ridiculous LS power with the all-new LSX Bowtie block); Garage (Letters, news and everything else we couldn't fit anywhere else); Rides (Darrell Cook keeps the tradition alive with his big-block powered '68 Camaro); What's Next (Stories to expect in the upcoming issue)
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May
Tech - Performance Profiling (Need a cam, but don't know where to look or what questions to ask? This month, we probe the minds of the industry's best and get the lowdown on everything you need to know); Get Injected (How to install a modern-day EFI without the headaches); Gone Platinum (Dart's latest Pro 1 cylinder heads pack a punch, and we have the dyno figures to prove it); Four Plus One (We swap in a complete Chassic Chevy 5-speed Tremec TKO) Features - Deadblow (This '65 Malibu may look mundane, but owner Kevin Thompson will gladly showcase its specialty by dipping deep into the 8s on any given tarmac); Toughing It Out (Bad luck couldn't hold this Camaro down) Departments - Shop Talk (We can't say it enough: Send in those letters. We want to hear from you); Performance Q & A (Big Mac tells all); Step By Step (We show you how to freshen up your drum brakes); Insider (Detroit Speed & Engineering's Kyle Tucker shares the secrets of suspension design); Parts Rack (Aluminum cylinder heads just became more affordable); Garage (Letters, news and everything else we couldn't fit anywhere else); Rides (Dave Olmstead's '66 Chevelle SS 396 convertible was a two-for-one deal); What's Next (Stories to expect in the upcoming issue)
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June
Tech - Horsepower Rules (Don't just take our word for it. We showcase 10 real-world street machines, revealing the owners behind them and the mills that motivate them); Bolt-On Barrage (Easy third-gen revival with basic off-the-shelf parts); Crate This! (We take a basic 290hp small-block crate mule and transform it into a 385hp powerhouse for $3,800); Step By Step (Minding the gap: file-fitting pistons for maximum performance); Insider (Ricky Best of Vortech Engineering shares the inside scoop to supercharger performance) Anniversary Special - F-Body Chronicles (A look into the past, the present and the favorable future) Feature Car - Street Race Secrets (Fostering a young guy's fast-car addiction) Departments - Shop Talk (Once in a while, some things just go your way); Performance Q & A (Our resident tech guru, Big Mac, tells all); Parts Rack (Street or strip, a Gear Vendors under/overdrive manual transmission only adds to the fun); Garage (Letters, news and everything else we couldn't fit anywhere else); Rides (Who doesn't like a clean Elco?); What's Next (Stories to appear in the upcoming issue)
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July
Tech - A Game Of Rat & Mouse (Be it big or be it small, with a limited bankroll, we show you how to build two complete motors, each making brute power for just under $6,500); The Piston Cup (When it comes to building the coveted stroker 383, you have an unlimited resource for pistons, but which one is right for you? We hit up 11 piston manufacturers and list every aspect of their slugs to make your next purchase easier); Lock It Up (Line locks make it easier to do burnouts, but how do they work and how hard is it to install one? Wonder no more); Made To Order (There's more to cutting metal and simply bolting it on. We follow along as Inland Empire reveals how to measure for a custom driveshaft and then watch its creation unfold, from start to finish) Features - 40 Days In The Hole (Mike Saiki's 8-second Corvette); Identity Crisis Resolved (Mike Dressler bought a Nova, then he made it his own) Departments - Shop Talk (It's been a year since our redesign, and the boss takes a moment to reflect); Performance Q & A (Our resident tech guru, Big Mac, tells all); Readers' Survey (Are we holding up to your standards or is there additional content you'd like to see us cover? Take our poll and let us know); Step By Step (Checking main bearing clearances and crank endplay); Insider (Stan Poff of TCI shares his insight on transmission and torque converter technology); Parts Rack (Wilson Manifolds now offers a trick composite manifold that promises big gains with your conventional 23-degree cylinder heads); Garage (Letters, news and everything else we couldn't fit anywhere else); Rides (Jerry Hallberg "hauls" with his 454ci-packing '69 Elco); What's Next (Stories to expect in the upcoming issue)
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