Holley LS Oil Pans – Which One Works Best?

Holley LS Oil Pans - 302-1, 302-2, 302-3 On Project No-Name Chevelle we have been using the Holley 302-1 oil pan for years. With the stroker LS3 it was the perfect pan for the engine and the car. The only downside was that when turning hard the inner tie-rods would hit the oil pan at full lock. We were going to weld some stops on to fix the issue, but didn't want to lose … [Read more...]

Holley LS Fest 2020

Holley LS Fest 2020 Can you believe it? It almost doesn't seem real - a car show actually happened this year! There was a few at the beginning of the year but it's really been months since we've been to one and we've been missing out! Luckily, Holley LS Fest 2020 was a go and it came swinging this year! Naturally there were a few changes from previous years. The biggest … [Read more...]

Holley Intergalactic Ford Fest October 1st-4th!

Holley Intergalactic Ford Fest October 1st-4th! Holley’s 2nd annual Intergalactic Ford Festival lands in Bowling Green, KY at Beech Bend Raceway October 1-4. Once again, Holley is teaming up with NMRA and their All-Ford World Finals for the ULTIMATE weekend for Ford fans! Whether you’re interested in NMRA world-class drag racing or Holley’s grand champion and autocross events, … [Read more...]

Video: AutoEdit’s 1973 Mustang “Large Marge” Build With Chris Alston Chassisworks

"Large Marge" 1973 Mustang Build With lots of time at home recently we've been watching a lot of YouTube. One channel we stumbled upon was that of Jason Lewis of AutoEdits and his 1973 Mustang. At first glance, a '73 Mustang isn't a popular choice. If people are restoring a '73 Mustang, it's usually the popular Mach 1 versions, not a base Mustang. But the more we watched … [Read more...]

Project Way-Gone: Fueling and Firing The Beast!

Hear The Horses Run With Holley Performance! After months of hard work, the time had come to make the push to get the LS engine in our 1966 Chevelle wagon fired up. When we bought this car, it was just the shell and that's it. Getting to hear it fire up for the first time would be a huge milestone for the car and a big motivation push for us. Luckily, Holley Performance had … [Read more...]

Truck Feature: Waylon Krumrie’s 1967 C10 “Able”

Waylon Krumrie's 1967 C10 "Able" For over 15 years, Waylon Kain Krumrie, Sales Manager at TMI Products has been surrounded by some of the baddest cars and trucks in the automotive world. He's worked with the biggest builders  in our industry and helped come up with some of the coolest interiors out there. All while doing this though, he didn't have a ride of his own to tinker … [Read more...]

Holley LS Fest 2019 – 10 Years Of Mayhem!

Holley LS FestX 2019 10 years of LS powered mayhem! The Holley LS Fest 10 year anniversary was this past weekend and it was absolutely insane! Last year the show broke the record for the biggest event ever held at Beech Bend and this year certainly annihilated that record. On Saturday the line to get in was miles long all day long as everybody was itching to come in and see … [Read more...]

Holley’s Intergalactic Ford Festival Invades Bowling Green September 26-29th

Holley's Intergalactic Ford Festival Invades Bowling Green September 26-29th If you're a gearhead there's no doubt you've heard of Holley's LS Fest that happens every year in Bowling Green along with Las Vegas. But if you're not a bowtie fan, where do you go? Holley didn't forget about you! Just a few weeks after LS Fest, the Holley folks are throwing the Ford fest at Beech … [Read more...]

Project Way-Gone: LS Swap Radiator Install

LS Swap Radiator From Flex-A-Lite Overheating is never a fun time. As hot rodders build bigger and more powerful engines, overheating has always been a bit of an issue. Luckily, radiator design and technology has improved just like those engines. Now you can have well over 1,000 horsepower while sitting in the hot traffic and the air conditioning cranked. It's truly amazing to … [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...]