VP Racing Fuels Renews Track Delivery Program
  Once again in 2016 VP Racing Fuels will be taking advance orders for fuel, which will be delivered to each of the tracks where the NMCA will be competing. This is great opportunity to have fuel delivered to you at the track, eliminating the hassle of worrying about it before (or once) you get there. In order to get on board with the program, please look at the attached form, and follo...
Wide Range of Control from AEM
AEM recently debuted its new X-Series Wideband Controller Gauge (PN 30-0300), which is a 2 1/16-inch diameter instrument with a modern display and a slim depth for easy mounting. The X-Series Wideband UEGO AFR Gauge has a user-configurable display via buttons on gauge face that allow you to change AFR values for different fuels, Lambda or O2 percent, change the center display to three or four digi...
Pro Water Pump from Aerospace Components
Aerospace Components Pro Water Pump flows 37-gallons per minute, drawing only 4 amps. These pumps are available for big-block Chevy, small-block Chevy, small-block Ford, Ford 4.6L/5.4L and remote mount. They have been designed with uncompromising quality and reliability in mind with no rubber impeller or tiny 1/4 diameter shaft seals. Each main body is designed specifically for the engine appl...
The Mini Labyrinth from Titan Speed
Taking a page out of the original Labyrinth oil filter's book, the Mini Labyrinth filter can handle the abusive racing environment and keep on flowing. It can be used with oil or fuel simply by changing the mesh screen size, and multiple mounting points make it suitable for almost any location. The new smaller size allows it to be used in much smaller spaces. The Mini filter still has the same sed...
Formula for Success: It All Starts With a Quality Education
Photos courtesy of LME, Roush-Yates, and SAM Real jobs suck. Why suffer through the 9-5 grind every day when you can do what you love and love what you do For many race fans, building race engines for a living is the ultimate gig. Sitting in a dimly lit cubicle and pretending like you're working isn't quite the same as watching the engine you built cross the finish line first on race day. Thre...
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