Rainy Good Guys Nashville Nationals!

Good Guys Nashville Nationals 2019 Going to as many car shows as we do to bring you coverage, we get pretty lucky weather wise. Usually the worst case scenario is some hot weather and sunburn to accompany it. Unfortunately the Good Guys Nashville Nationals was a wet weekend. With rain in the forecast for most the weekend, it did scare some people away. Luckily not … [Read more...]

Upgrading Stock Camaro Suspension With UMI Performance

Second Gen Camaro Suspension Upgrade We can all agree, nothing quite matches the feel of a classic muscle car. By now, we can also agree that the muscle rides of the 60’s and 70’s left a lot to be desired in the handling and ride quality department. My ’71 Camaro had sat in the “hog house” on our farmland in Kansas from about 1992 until I pulled it out and brought it down … [Read more...]

Driveshafts: Measure Twice, Order Once

Ordering A Driveshaft From Inland Empire Driveline Service On our Project Way-Gone wagon we have been focusing on making this a running and driving car. We've been working on exhaust and fuel systems, but one crucial piece to the puzzle is a driveshaft to get the power from the engine to the ground. With our past projects we called up and used Inland Empire Driveline … [Read more...]

Install: Hear Those Horses With Flowmaster

Installing A Complete Flowmaster Kit On A Chevelle As we progress down the road on our Project Way-Gone build, the time came for exhaust. We knew that we wanted to run Flowmaster to get that classic sound. There's nothing quite like cruising down the road with the windows down and punching it to hear those Flowmaster mufflers give off those sweet tunes! We know that … [Read more...]

Crimping or Soldering – What’s The Best Wiring Connection?

The Best Wiring Connection For Your Car Recently we started to wire up our Project Way-Gone '66 Chevelle Wagon with a complete Painless Performance Pro-Series wiring harness. We wanted to start from scratch to have a trouble-free wiring system in the car. But we got to wondering, what if we do have to splice? What's the best way? For as long as we can remember, we've always … [Read more...]

Miller Welders: Let There Be Light!

Miller Helmet Lighting Accessory Kit Walking around SEMA, we saw some amazing cars and cool products. Cars and products that will surely revolutionize this industry in years to come. We also saw tons of cool gizmo's that we loved and would help make life easier while working on cars too. We were in the Miller welding booth checking out some really neat new welders and saw a … [Read more...]

The Most Read Stories On Lateral-G!

The Best Stories From 2018 On Lateral-G! Last night the ball dropped in NYC and the beginning of 2019 officially began. For many it's a time of reflection and planning for the future. That might be to lose weight, get a new job or finish that project car like us. Like many reflecting on 2018 we started to do that as well. What events we attended, wrenches turned and cars … [Read more...]

Accessorizing Your LS Engine With Holley’s Accessory Drive

Installing Holley's High-Mount Accessory Drive One of the next goals on our 1966 Chevelle Wagon project is to get the car running and moving under its own power. The engine is a bone stock LM7 engine that we've outfitted with Hedman cast iron manifolds and SBC valve covers along with an Edelbrock carb style intake to allow us to run our Holley Sniper. A major component … [Read more...]

Project Way-Gone: Body, Baer Brakes, Rocket Racing Wheels & Toyo Tires

1966 Chevelle Wagon: Project Way-Gone Back when we left off our first installment of our 1966 Chevelle Wagon build, we had just set the foundation. Our boxed El Camino frame was powder coated at Eddie Motorsports then outfitted with Chris Alston Chassisworks suspension and plumbed with Inline Tube. Then we installed a CPP steering box and Pro Forged steering components. Lastly … [Read more...]

Billet Braces: Installing Eddie Motorsports Hood Braces

Installing Eddie Motorsports Hood Braces While we were installing the new Holley LS valve covers on our 1955 Bel Air, we noticed the big ugly bracket supporting the hood. This bracket is what stabilizes the hood and holds the hood latch. This bracket does a good job, but is less than stellar looking. We looked for options and saw that our friends at Eddie Motorsports had just … [Read more...]