500 Miles Of Freedom – Installing CPP’s 25 Gallon Fuel Tank!

500 Miles On A Tank Of Fuel? Our 1955 Bel Air project we have some big plans for. We've dubbed it "50 In A 55" because we plan on driving this car to all 50 states - yes driving to Alaska and having it shipped to Hawaii as the final leg of the journey. With that much driving it's going to use a lot of fuel. This car has an LS engine so it will get good MPG but we still plan on … [Read more...]

Steering, Shifting, And Giving It Gas!

The Corona Virus T-Bucket Do you ever just get burnt out on working on cars and need a break? Well that happened and the result was this '23 T-Bucket that we've been wrenching on. What started as a COVID project has kept on going but was put on the back burner as life got back to normal. Now's the time to finish this car up and start enjoying it! One thing we wanted to … [Read more...]

Putting A Stop To It With Baer Brakes

Installing Baer Brakes On Our 1955 Bel Air Anybody that races knows brakes are just as important, if not more important than what's under the hood making you go. Sure a wicked sounding engine winding out down the track gets all the attention, but we all know most races are won in the corners. In fact that's basically how Baer Racing started. Hal Baer saw how slow his Mustang … [Read more...]

Press Release: Trans Am Steering Wheel by Lecarra

For Immediate Release Trans Am Steering Wheel by Lecarra Knoxville, TN – Lecarra’s Trans Am steering wheels definitely conjure up a groovy ‘70s & ‘80s vibe. Modeled after the Pontiac Trans Am steering wheels of the ‘70s and early ‘80s, they’re available in brushed, gold, or black anodized finishes. A fully polished version is also available. Additionally, there … [Read more...]

When and How Much Zinc Additive To Add To Your Oil

Adding Zinc To Your Oil When building an engine, you want to do everything right to ensure it fires up and runs perfect. One trick is to use a Zinc additive in the oil. We recently were researching this and came across this article on Speedway Motors talking about Zinc additives. We have a few fresh engines getting ready to fire up and wanted to see the best way to get Zinc in … [Read more...]

Fueling Up For The Long Haul With TANKS INC

TANKS INC For The Long Road Ahead There's always a wrong way and a right way to do something. When it comes to a fuel system, this is not something that you want to do halfway right or wrong. For starters, if it leaks then you obviously risk a fire which can quickly engulf your ride and put an end to it. The other side is a system that just doesn't work or starves your … [Read more...]

Cooling Like A Champion!

Champion Cooling Systems To The Rescue Right now it's summer. It's hot. We feel it and our cars do too. If you're going to drive in the summer or try to survive Power Tour, you need a cooling system that's up to par. Our 1955 Bel Air build has an aluminum radiator and electric fan so it should be good to go, right? Wrong. The no-name radiator fits in the stock mounting … [Read more...]

Press Release: Dakota Digital Acquires W.I.D.E. Contact Brand

DAKOTA DIGITAL ACQUIRES W.I.D.E CONTACT BRAND  Dakota Digital, Inc. announces today that it has agreed to purchase the W.I.D.E  Contact brand of products. Developed in 1995 by Dave Kopser, the W.I.D.E  Contact brand of door contacts has become a staple in the custom vehicle market.   Dakota Digital has been a distributor of these great products since the inception, … [Read more...]

New Product Release: CPP’s Pro-Touring Aluminum Fuel Tanks

CPP's Pro-Touring Aluminum Fuel Tank  CPP’s all new Pro-Touring Fuel Tank for Chevy Muscle Cars is designed with high performance applications in mind. The tank works with carbureted or fuel-injected engines and is easily installed using the factory mounting locations. It features an integrated surge tank designed to keep the fuel pickup submerged at all times. The tank … [Read more...]

Project No-Name: Blower Breather Tank Install

Holley Blower Breather Tank Install In any normal internal combustion engine, generally the intake never sees any positive pressure unless it has some device such as a supercharger pushing air in. On our Project No-Name Chevelle, we went from a naturally aspirated LS3, to a Torqstorm blown LY6. One detail that we missed was our catch can set up. Holley made this swap easy with … [Read more...]