Under the Hood of an LS-Swapped, Turbocharged, Honda S2000 Packing 700 Horsepower
Holley Employee Rides: Tim's Supercharged LSX 1979 Ford Fairmonster| 03/09/2020
Tim Grillot is the Engineering Director here at Holley. He's about as deep into being a gearhead as one man can be. This 1979 Fairmont has slowly evolved into the 14-71 Supercharged 427 LSX Fairmonster that it is today!
How To Properly Index a T-56 Transmission| 05/15/2019
Due to manufacturing errors that can occur during the engine machining process, line honing, heat cycling and other procedures, it’s possible that your crankshaft centerline and bellhousing bore may be slightly misaligned. While most bellhousings fall well within the allowable limits, which is typically around 5 thousandths, it’s always a good practice to check the alignment whenever you install a new or replacement bellhousing on any of your engines.
From Talladega To Bonneville, This 1969 Mercury Cyclone Spoiler II Is A Testament to Wind-Cheating Speed| 01/20/2021
Blurring the line between street machine and land speed racer, this rare 1969 Mercury Cyclone Spoiler II turns as many heads on the salt at Bonneville as it does at the local Cars and Coffee.
Father/Son-Built Turbocharged Plymouth Gold Duster With Original Paint!| 01/19/2021
Jody Babcock’s 1972 Plymouth Gold Duster started life as a 6-cylinder car and came to him with original paint and only 22,000 miles on the odometer. A fabricator by trade, Babcock wanted to impart some of those skills to his son, and the two transformed the car from stock to turbocharged drag-strip terror.