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Oil Pump Pressure vs. Flow

Melling technical director George Richmond talks about the difference between pressure and flow within an oil pump.

Update on EPA Proposal to Prohibit Race Car Conversions

Last week SEMA informed its members and the racing public of an important proposed U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulation aiming to make it illegal to convert street vehicles into cars used exclusively at the track. The proposed regulations have been met with overwhelming opposition.

Edelbrock’s ‘Big Carb Deal’ Is Back

Edelbrock has brought back its annual “Big Carb Deal” consumer promotion for the seventh year in a row. Participating consumers can get a free air cleaner assembly and fender cover when they purchase a new Edelbrock Performer Series or Thunder Series AVS carburetor between March 1 and April 30, 2016.

Stage 8 X-Lock Spindle Nut Systems

Standard spindle nut systems loosen and can’t confront the harshest off-road conditions. Stage 8’s X Lock Spindle Nut systems can replace Dana 44, 60 and 70 spindle nuts and are laser cut from 4130 steel for a perfect fit. They install easily without the need for specialized tools.

DEI ONYX Series Product Line

The new ONYX Series products from DEI offer heat protection for components that undergo severe duty or extreme heat. This new line combines two technologically advanced textiles into a dual layer for maximum thermal control.

Champion Racing Oil to Sponsor the 2016 Great Race

Champion, an annual corporate sponsor of the Great Race, is participating again this year with a team of drivers in a classic car competitive rally that races from San Rafael, California to Moline, Illinois. The winner of Great Racereceives $50,000 and total prize money for the event is $150,000.

Porsche’s Le Mans 919 Hybrid Turbo Four-Cylinder Engine

For the first time Porsche is showing images of the centrepiece of its Le Mans winning Porsche 919 Hybrid. Back in 2014, the company entered the FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC) with the most innovative drive concept on the entire grid: a turbo charged four-cylinder combustion engine.

Gear Motions Names New Vice President of Buffalo Operations

Gear Motions, a precision gear manufacturer, has named Paul Andruszko vice president of its Buffalo, New York, operations, which includes its Oliver/Pro-Gear and Niagara Gear divisions.

CRP Industries’ Daniel N. Schildge, Elected to Import Vehicle Community Executive Leadership Council

Daniel N. Schildge, CEO of CRP Industries Inc., parent company of CRP Automotive, has been elected to the Import Vehicle Community Executive Leadership Council. The Import Vehicle Community was formerly known as Auto International Association. Mr. Schildge will play an active role in helping to develop and grow the organization to better serve the Import Vehicle community.

Holley EFI Makes NHRA Pro Stock Debut

The anticipation has finally crested as NHRA Pro Stock began qualifying for the Circle K NHRA Winternationals on February 12th. Day one was a success as a full field of 16 cars showed up to qualify.

Thieves Targeting Cars with LS V8 Motor

Two minutes. That’s all it takes for a crook to steal your car. A startling new trend is growing in SoCal and the San Francisco Bay Area: thieves are going after Camaros and Corvettes, not just because they look good but for what’s inside—their high horsepower motors.