How To Choose An Electric Radiator Fan| 09/18/2018
When making big horsepower on the street, keeping your engine cool is essential. A radiator only works if there is airflow through the radiator core. An electrical fan provides constant airflow even when the engine is idling, when your engine needs it the most and since they are electric, they do not affect engine horsepower or fuel economy.
Alvis Debuts Wild Blown Nitrous S10 at LS Fest| 09/09/2018
He's had a lot of different engines in the truck, but never one like this.
Father-and-Son Team Win Brian Tooley Racing/Car Craft Bolt-On Challenge| 09/09/2018
They tore down and completely rebuilt the top end of a junkyard 6.0L truck engine with a pile of high-performance components, including Holley Terminator EFI.
LS Fest 2018 – Day 1| 09/07/2018
Day 1 of the 9th annual event truly had something for everyone.
Holley EFI Releases Throttle Body Adapters and Gen 2 Dual Sync Distributors| 09/04/2018
The throttle-body adapters make it a snap to run a drive-by-wire throttle body, and the dual-sync distributors are perfect for sequentially injected applications.
How To Choose a Carbureted Intake Manifold| 09/04/2018
Let’s face it there’s a ton of aftermarket intakes out there from mild to wild, but how do you know which one is right one for your engine? Choosing the correct Intake manifold can pay huge dividends with increased power and additional torque for your engine. But only if you make an educated decision.
How To Repair Stripped Fuel Bowl Bolts| 08/29/2018
We’ve all had it happen before, you’re in a hurry and you start a bolt crooked or maybe you have the grip strength of the Hulk and you’ve overtighten it. Either way a leaky fuel bowl on your carburetor, probably isn’t going to end well. But a stripped bolt doesn’t mean you have to trash your carburetor and buy a new one.
What's Lamer – '72 Nova Or a '77 Omega? One of Them is About to Be Anything But| 08/24/2018
Follow along with the new video series "2018 Holley Lame Off."
Holley Releases Small Block Chevy Intake Manifolds For Both EFI and Carbureted Applications| 08/20/2018
Both provide a broad RPM power band for high-performance street/strip applications all the way up to 7,500 RPM.
Holley and MSD Dual Sync Distributors| 08/16/2018
Are you looking for a simple way to provide your ECU with crank and cam signals? Your friends at Holley and MSD have a solution for you. It’s our Holley Dual-sync and MSD Pro Billet EFI dual-sync distributors that are built in-house at our El Paso facility. Designed for plug-and-play use with Holley EFI systems, these distributors can also be used with most aftermarket EFI systems that support Hall effect crank and cam sensors.