The Supercharger upgrade utilizes the largest, most-efficient rotating group ever produced by Eaton.
Harrop has released the innovative TVS2650 Supercharger Upgrade Kit for the factory TVS1740 Supercharged LT4 6.2L V8 found in the ZL1 Camaro, C7 Z06 Corvette, and CTS-V Cadillac.
The Supercharger upgrade utilizes the largest, most-efficient rotating group ever produced by Eaton, the TVS2650 and enhances the intercooler system with 2.5 times larger twin, dual-pass intercooler cores integrated in the manifold assembly.
D&J has designed these rods with pressure-lubed wrist pins for the best in durability and performance.
RED series piston kits are available for a range of popular, domestic V8 platforms for applications from drag racing to circle track.
These springs are an excellent upgrade choice in any engine platform running a solid roller type lifter.
The gasket kit features a 3.875″ bore and an .058″ MLX cylinder head gasket among other items.
The team at Kill Devil Diesel does some amazing work surrounding all light-duty diesel engines, but the Poplar Branch, NC-based shop specializes in Ford Powerstroke work. As such, they do a ton of trick stuff on 6.0L Powerstrokes, and we got a first glimpse at a billet 7.0L/6.0L Powerstroke build for Charlie Fish of KC
Kyle Morris of Steve Morris Engines built up this 1996 Mustang with a twin-turbo 347 cubic inch small block Ford engine primarily by himself. It’s been about a decade in the making, but now Kyle has a 7-second capable car primed for drag-and-drive competition. See what went into the 1,800-hp engine!
Mild vs. Wild is back, and we took a trip down to Tennessee to visit with Cass Choate and the folks at Choate Engineering Performance, to discuss building 6.7L Powerstroke engines with a mild budget of $15K and a wild budget of $30K. Mild vs. Wild is brought to you by AMSOIL INC. Related Articles
As Steve Morris’ son, Kyle Morris is no stranger to engine work and drag racing from his seat at Steve Morris Engines. This 1996 Mustang was purchased by Kyle at the age of 15, and he now has it ready to rip 7- and 8-second 1/4-mile passes thanks to an 1,800-horsepower, twin-turbo small block Ford