1981 Porsche 911 with a Cadillac Big-Block V8

This 1981 Porsche 911 Targa was built by M.D. Brooks from Newport Beach, California. The factory motor was replaced with a 1970 Cadillac Eldorado 500 ci V8 which produces 517 horsepower and at least 600 lb-ft of torque. Maximum Torque Specialties built the fully balanced engine with Bulldog aluminum heads, upgraded camshaft, and small bore. … Read more

Greddy Turbo Install on RSX-S

Ironraven over at HondaSwap.com has posted a very detailed turbo install guide for his 2002 RSX-S. Ironraven included around 76 pics of his install with many having explanations detailing particular steps. There is so much detail we just couldn’t let this go by without passing it along. For anyone about to do a turbo install … Read more

1,000 HP Supra Powered Camaro

EVS Motors is building a 2JZ-GTE powered 1967 Camaro. They hope for 1K HP and there are no shortage of 2JZ Supras running around with this level of power. Other specs include 6 Speed Getrag Manual Transmission, Custom Made High Performance Driveshaft, Currie Rear End, RPS Turbo Clutch, and lots of shinning chrome under the … Read more

1972 Camaro “Sicmaro”

From Lateral-G‘s member’s area comes Reid Camp’s 1972 Camaro powered by a 2002 LS6 swap. I basically wanted a new vehicle wrapped in an old box. The car was purchased in 1998 but it really began the transformation in 2003 after an accident left the car pretty messed up. After this little speed bump Reid … Read more

Measure Drag On Your Auto

iwilltry has posted a tutorial showing how to measure your drag coefficient and coefficient of rolling resistance. The purpose of this is to allow someone to measure changes they have made to the body to either reduce or if you happen to increase drag. Another commenter makes a point of using a video camera and … Read more

Porsche 356 with Bowtie Power

Porsche purists turn your heads and cover your children’s eyes with your scarf. Junkman, a frequent commenter on Jalopnik has posted his Porsche 356 with a bowtie powered 400 CID V8. In his own words… It’s all steel, crazy fast, surprisingly good handling and totally offensive to all Porsche purists. Other modifications include lengthening the … Read more