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Knock 10 lbs off your Mopar Big Block!


Sprung weight, the portion of a car’s mass that rides on the suspension, is a huge factor in any vehicle’s overall performance because it affects everything from acceleration to traction to fuel efficiency. The less heft an engine has to haul around, the better off you, your suspension, and your drivetrain will be. Read More...


Installing a Lightweight Mopar Starter


Few things are as recognizable as the sound of a vintage Chrysler starter. Those gear reduction units are music to many Mopar-lovers’ ears and known for their signature cranking tones. Unfortunately, they’re also known for their bulk and heft. Luckily, Mopar High-Torque mini starters cures all those issues while shaving a few pounds. Read More...


Installing a Dana 60 Differential Cover


Horsepower is pretty cheap these days. Back when we were kids, 500-ponies on the street was something to really be impressed by; but by today’s standards, that’s the kinda output made by a “good street cruiser.” Heck, even new 392 Hemis are knocking out 485-ponies on pump gas all day long... Read More...