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Chevy High Performance November 2018

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it sucks to be “that guy”

NLicata@enthusiastnetwork.com Back in early May, we drove the Chevy High Performance ’71 Camaro project and a few other company project cars out to the 2018 Holley LS Fest West in Las Vegas. Weeks prior, we spent a good amount of time tying up loose ends on the car and we were looking forward to getting seat time on the autocross, road course, and dragstrip. The 270-mile drive out to Las Vegas went flawless. The car ran great and I was feeling like we had a competitive ride that would do really well at the event. On Friday, the first day of the event, I got a couple of shakedown laps on the autocross. After getting locked in on the course and putting in some aggressive runs, the rear of the car felt a…

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what’s on demand this month?

• 08/25/18 LIVE! DTM Championship, Misano • 08/25/18 LIVE! Trans Am Series, Road America • 08/25/18 LIVE! Virgin Australia Supercars, Tailem Bend • 08/26/18 LIVE! Intercontinental GT Challenge, Suzuka 10 Hours • 08/26/18 LIVE! Virgin Australia Supercars, Tailem Bend • 08/27/18 HOT ROD Garage, Ep. 67 • 08/29/18 Head 2 Head, Ep. 106 • 08/30/18 DTM Championship, Brands Hatch • 09/03/18 Roadkill, Ep. 75 • 09/05/18 Put Up or Shut Up, Ep. 9 • 09/08/18 LIVE! DTM Championship, Nürburgring • 09/10/18 Roadkill Garage, Ep. 35 • 09/12/18 Engine Masters, Ep. 38 • 09/14/18 DTM Championship, Misano • 09/15/18 LIVE! Formula Drift, Texas Motor Speedway, TX • 09/15/18 LIVE! Virgin Australia Supercars, Sandown • 09/16/18 LIVE! Virgin Australia Supercars, Sandown • 09/17/18 Dirt Every Day, Ep. 81 • 09/19/18 Ignition, Ep. 196 • 09/22/18 LIVE! DTM Championship, Spielberg • 09/24/18 HOT ROD Garage, Ep. 68 • 09/26/18 China GT Championship, Zhejiang • 09/26/18…

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straight line spotlight

Evil Twins Frank Oliveri and Ronnie Palumbo both do very well representing the Bowtie brand within Australian drag racing Sportsman circles. The cousins field two nearly identical-looking and impressive-performing early-era Holden LC Torana cars. The official model designation for these Holden vehicles is Torana GTR XU-1; Holden is Australia’s equivalent to the Chevrolet brand under General Motors. This particular vintage model traces its origin back to the early 1970s when they were a special release from GM/Holden with the intent to contest within the Australian Touring Car Racing Series (using a 186ci six-cylinder engine). The race team’s Toranas are now very different animals compared to the original. Both Frank and Ronnie campaign them in Australia’s Top Sportsman class (8.99 e.t. or quicker) within the 400 Thunder Drag Racing Series and ANDRA…

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dave knocks a hole in it

SEE MORE PHOTOS AT CHEVYHIPERFORMANC.COM These days we are constantly reminded of how much we should be doing something to satisfy a hunger that seems insatiable. Good enough really isn’t good enough … it must be spectacular. Or at least that’s what the perception is. Shoulders hunch up in direct relation to stress. Of course, it’s all nonsense. While some folks choose to be subjected to that tyranny, there are scores more of us who are completely happy to revive and love the memory, re-creating and remembering it with kindly patronage. Dave VerSchave is one such person. On his tech sheet, he suggested we call the story Budget Minded. He just wanted to get on with it and go back home a little where he could rest his mind. Dave didn’t just fall…

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building for boost

With all the 1,000+ horsepower ratings permeating the pages of magazines and websites, it’s easy to get complacent about achieving those lofty numbers. After all, they’re seemingly so common that anyone with a salvage yard 5.3L, a couple of Chinese turbos, and some cleverly routed tubing is just a few degrees of timing away from the four-digit dyno club. It ain’t that easy. It’s true that the airflow capability of the LS engine family enables output in street engines that wasn’t even dreamt of for old-school small-block racing-engine builders, but getting there takes careful planning and prep work. We’re talking about the bottom end of the engine, as well as the clamping capability for the cylinder heads, because when the boost level heads toward 20 psi and beyond, containing that cylinder…

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perfectionist

SEE MORE PHOTOS AT CHEVYHIPERFORMANCE.COM Ed Borges has always loved fast cars and early on had been a Formula 1 crazy. His family left Portugal in 1969 to come to the United States, clearly expecting that it was the way to a better future. They weren’t wrong. When he came to America “we got a TV set where I could watch racing on the Wide World of Sports.” Time cranked on and this go-fast proclivity was soon manifested in Eddie Marine, his first company. Time continued to crank on and when things began to turn up a bit in 1994, he bought a ’71 Mustang Mach 1 and made it his mule. He gradually restored it and when he kicked off Eddie Motorsports in 2009, it was the first one to assume his…

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