Answering The Hard Questions With Hurst Driveline Conversions

The days of a two-speed Powerglide being proficient on the streets are long gone. 50 years ago putting down the highway at 55 MPH it was no problem. When the cruising speed of new cars is 65-70 MPH, something has to be done. That something is ditching the outdated transmission for one that's been highly updated. Enter your modern 5 and 6-speed manual Tremec … [Read more...]

Five Gears To Freedom: Installing An Overdrive Transmission

Your motor roars, the tach climbs and speed soars. You reach highway cruising speed in a flash, but the tach is still buried and the car feels like it's going to explode, even though you're only going 70 MPH. Not a good feeling, and one we've all most likely felt over the years. You could rebuild the rearend for some highway friendly gears, but that low end grunt will be gone. … [Read more...]