Most of you probably already know that this past weekend was the Woodward Dream Cruise here in Detroit. Every year Dodge sets up a large display at Woodward and 13 Mile. This year they brought out plenty of goodies including a display of the bolt on parts that come in their Scat Pack performance package. I snapped a few quick photos. It looks like you get a cold air intake, resonators, mufflers, camshaft, PCM, ported heads and shorty headers. It looks like the headers include a heat-shield.
DETROIT DRAGWAY REUNION 2014 Saturday May 17th. Get a chance to meet drag racing “Big Daddy” Don Garlits and his 426 Hemi powered dragster at Milan Dragway.
15th Annual Spring Auto Thing Car Show Saturday May 17th from 10-3PM at Fluid Systems Engineering in Clinton Township. Nearly 100 cars, DJ, BBQ. Follow the link for directions.
Four and a half years after outlining a five year plan for Chrysler, it looks like Sergio Marchionne gamble is paying off. Production has increased over 2.5x in that time with Chrysler’s US market share surging from 8% to 12.4%. Continue reading “Marchionne makes good on most Chrysler promises – Hemi’s future?” »
40th Anniversary Show and Shine May 3-4. Check out some classic American rides in Ypsilanti’s Riverside Park.
Recently there has been a viral video going round showing a Nissan Note going through muddy puddles and magically coming out with out any dirt on it. How is this possible? Continue reading “Does Nissan have the paint of the future?” »
If you’re the proud owner of a 2005+ S197 Ford Mustang then you are fully aware that the factory suspension has some serious weak points. When launching from a stop, your rear axle feels like it’s running over a washboard. Not to mention that the factory ride height and wheel gap are pretty excessive for such a sporty car.
Continue reading “Tech Tips: Lowering and correcting wheel hop on a 2005+ Ford Mustang” »
With the recent New York International Auto Show Dodge revealed the 2015 model revisions of the Charger. The profile sheet metal stays nearly identical to the outgoing models, however, the front and rear fascias are drastically different.
Continue reading “Is Dodge taking a step backwards with the 2015 Charger’s styling?” »