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Chevy High Performance

Chevy High Performance November 2019

Get Chevy High Performance digital magazine subscription today for the automotive source for all Chevy aficionados whose interests entail buying, building, restoring, and modifying high-performance Chevrolet vehicles.

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12 Numéros


4 min.
car stalking 101

When car stalking, there are a few things one should know. First off, car stalking is not as bad as it sounds, as no one really stalks a car with evil intentions. Although some, like my wife, might disagree, as I often take the “scenic route” home from the grocery store just to see if that weathered red-with-a-slight-dose-of-primer C10 pickup is still parked in front of the house a couple blocks out of the way. To her, the evil—or annoying—part is that I drive a half-mile out of the way instead of going straight home. And to be honest, I’m not really sure why I keep checking on this truck. Maybe I’m hoping it will have a “For Sale” sign in the rear window and I’ll be the one to…

1 min.
chevy high performance

EDITORIAL Network Content Director Douglas Glad Network Director, Street Rod & Super Chevy Groups Brian Brennan Editor Nick Licata Managing Editor Bill Klein Group Tech Editor Jim Smart Feature Editor Taylor Kempkes Contributing Editors Bruce Biegler Cody Busch Tommy Lee Byrd Grant Cox Brian Lohnes Steve Magnante Robert McGaffin Ro McGonegal Joel Rode Jeff Smith Matt Woods ART DIRECTION & DESIGN Design Director Markas Platt Art Director Danilo Silverio THE SUPER CHEVY NETWORK ON THE WEB www.chevyhiperformance.com www.superchevy.com www.vetteweb.com ADVERTISING Network Advertising Director Angela Schoof-Ousley Eastern Sales Director Michael Essex (863) 860-6023 Western Sales Director Scott Timberlake (310) 531-5969 Ad Operations Manager Monica Hernandez Ad Operations Coordinator Patty Ludi Executive Assistant Amy Watson Event Coordinator Yasmin Fajatin TEN: PUBLISHING MEDIA, LLC Chairman Greg Mays President Kevin Mullan SVP, Editorial & Advertising Operations Amy Diamond General Manager, Automotive Network Tim Foss Senior Director, Finance Catherine Temkin CONSUMER MARKETING, ENTHUSIAST MEDIA SUBSCRIPTION COMPANY, INC. SVP, Circulation Tom Slater VP, Retention & Operations Fulfillment Donald T. Robinson III VP, Acquisition & Database Marketing Victoria Linehan VP,…

3 min.

White Whale Sighting Maryland’s Robert Bender drag races a very rare car that has some deep racing history. Since 2005, he has been lumbering down the quarter-mile in a 1969 Chevy Kingswood two-seat wagon. This car, which was originally owned by Frank Tantillo, won the NHRA Molson Grandnationals back in 1988. It was then purchased by Massachusetts’ Andy Stinson before he passed away in 2002. The car sat idle for a period in Pennsylvania before Robert found it, purchased it, and resurrected it for Stock Eliminator. Robert never met Andy Stinson, but after friends told him what a great a guy he was, he elected to keep Andy’s name on the car as a tribute. The vintage wagon features an engine program from Bub Whitaker out of Burtonsville Performance Machine in…

6 min.
steam engine

It doesn’t matter where you live. Hot cars will always be there; most often in places you’d have a hard time imagining. Certainly, the hot rod culture began here in the prized former colony of the British Empire. There was revolution, you’ll remember, a lot of the war waged by the locals to be shed of taxation without representation, repression, and myriad other indignities. Well, all that’s been mostly forgotten now, but American muscle cars still blare and bleat and have not been forgotten. Some astute UK youngsters have lusted after Detroit iron since they were old enough to get behind the wheel, any wheel. Marc Lamude is one of them. He didn’t want a stocker, either. He craved something modified. His car disease began with a ’73 Super Duty Trans…

6 min.

All-out horsepower is why we get up in the morning. It’s at the heart of this magazine, the hot rodding hobby, and might actually be the reason the world goes ’round—though we lack the astrophysical expertise to prove the latter. Bigger-than-big cams, sky-high compression ratios, and mondo cubic inches put a smile on any face, but in our older, wiser age we’ll concede that in a daily driver application, they can kind of kill the vibe. Sitting in SoCal traffic with one foot on the brake and the other nervously tapping the gas to prevent a stall is an anxiety and angst-riddled activity, and we’ve lost many a brain cell sucking up pig-rich-so-it-will-idle-cool fumes. Yeah, sometimes the gnarliest engines are best suited for Sunday street/strip’ers and full-blown race cars. We’re of…

8 min.
going annular

“It looks the same …” “Look closer.” Too much of today’s packaging and marketing can be more about the “spin” than about something really beneficial. But Edelbrock’s AVS2 isn’t just a new and improved appellation. A simple design change to the primary boosters makes this a whole different carburetor. There are some subtle, yet definite, differences why this idea works, and we’ll show you why this is such a good idea. Normally, a small change to something like a venturi booster would not be that big of a deal. But this is significant because of the effect it has on throttle response. In back-to-back tests, we experienced an immediate change in part-throttle response with the AVS2. We could literally feel it the first time we stepped on the throttle. This does not necessarily…