12 Apr 2024 / By Peter Kelly

111: Building a BIG-POWER LS That Actually Lasts. [PODCAST]

111: Building a BIG-POWER LS That Actually Lasts. [PODCAST]

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The formula for building a big-power LS is pretty simple — but things get a little more complicated when the motor needs to produce all that power for sustained periods of time in applications like drift or circuit racing.

29 Mar 2024 / By Peter Kelly

110: He Wasn’t Impressed With The Engines On Offer, So He Built His Own. [PODCAST]

110: He Wasn’t Impressed With The Engines On Offer, So He Built His Own. [PODCAST]

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Simon Longdill wasn’t impressed with the engines available to him in his class of racing, so he built his own.

15 Mar 2024 / By Peter Kelly

109: Is Ford's Coyote Better Than GM's LS? [PODCAST]

109: Is Ford's Coyote Better Than GM's LS? [PODCAST]

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The Snot Rocket is here! This week on Tuned In, we welcome Brett Lasala, the owner, builder, and driver of 2024’s Sick Week-winning Mustang, Snot Rocket.

16 Feb 2024 / By Peter Kelly

108: Twin-Charging — Good Idea or Unnecessary Complication?

108: Twin-Charging — Good Idea or Unnecessary Complication?

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Anyone with even a passing interest in Time Attack has likely heard of Norris Designs, a UK-based tuning company probably best known for its insane north-south oriented, twin-charged, short-wheel base Evo IX time attack monster.

26 Jan 2024 / By Peter Kelly

107: Billet Isn’t Everything — The Rise of Aftermarket Cast Engines. [PODCAST]

107: Billet Isn’t Everything — The Rise of Aftermarket Cast Engines. [PODCAST]

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Over the last few years, we’ve seen a massive increase in the availability of ultra-high-performance billet parts — especially blocks and heads.