Small Block Nitrous Camaro at No Mercy 10!| 10/28/2019
It was great talking with JD Campbell at SGMP last weekend! He entered his 1st gen nitrous Camaro hoping to go rounds in X275, but also entered the faster Pro275 class to get a few more hits in. To everyone's surprise, JD made it to the final with David Pearson's Vortech blown Mustang known as "Little Evil". Pearson spun the tires and JD took home the Pro 275 win at No Mercy X!
No Mercy X - Wednesday Recap| 10/17/2019
Bringing you coverage from No Mercy X at SGMP, we highlight various Holley, MSD and Racepak powered cars as they attempt to break records!
Holley EFI Powers Tom Bailey To first 5 Second Pass in Drag Week History!| 09/18/2019
Tom Bailey makes history by going 5.998 @ 250 mph during Drag Week 2019.
Holley EFI Powers this Carbon Bodied Datsun 240Z!| 09/16/2019
Shaun Bassett 240Z
Vantage CL1 Track Day / Autocross Install| 08/05/2019
Vantage CL1 Track Day / Autocross Install
Vantage CL1 Karting Install| 08/05/2019
Vantage CL1 Karting Installation
Bringing It All Back Home: Matt Lunsford's '64 and '96 Mustangs| 07/26/2019
One's the car in his garage throughout his entire childhood, the other's a nasty-fast race car.
Programming Racepak To Record Off Of Engine RPM| 07/03/2019
Many people, in the heat of the racing moment, unfortunately, forget one integral part of the runs process. That is pressing the record button for your data logger, causing you to miss out on the all-important run data. Follow along as Racepak's Cameron Ferre shows you a quick programming change that will allow you to eliminate the record button and start the recording via engine RPM.
How to flip Racepak G-Meters| 06/18/2019
When mounting a Racepak data logger there are specific mounting instructions that are needed to be followed in order for proper G-Meter readings. But what if those mounting instructions won't work in your application?
How To Change Racepak Driveshaft Pulses| 06/10/2019
When using a Racepak data logger, there are many different types of driveshaft collar configurations out there. Each one has a certain advantage over the other, depending on the application. Whichever you choose, programming the right pulses per revolution is required for proper function. Take a look at how that is executed as Cameron walks you through a few simple steps.