Legendary Cooling – 2005-2012 C6 Corvette Performance Radiator R&D, Part 2 – Design Plans

One would think that after over 50 years of being the pinnacle of American performance some extra thought would have been put into the cooling system. That’s not the American way, though. Automotive radiators have vastly improved since 1953, and when it came time for the C5’s successor, it’s almost as if Chevy was more interested in equipping the largest … Continue Reading ››

Iconic Protection – Oil Catch Can Kit R&D, Part 1: Design, Test, Produce

These Catch Can Kits are now on discounted Pre-Sale! Check them out on our website! Close your eyes and picture an American pickup truck. You’re probably imagining a Ford F-Series. And whether you know it or not, that F-Series you’re picturing probably has a V8 under the hood. Like the F-Series itself, the Ford V8 is an icon of … Continue Reading ››

Protected Species – 2007-2015 Infiniti G37 / 2009+ Nissan 370Z Direct Fit Catch Can, Part 1 – Stock Review and Design Plans

In this day and age, if you’re an enthusiast in search of a naturally aspirated, performance-oriented 6-cylinder, you’re almost out of luck. The last 8 years have been the age of forced induction with the 4-cylinder turbo layout edging the V6 closer toward extinction. Unless you have the money to spend on a Porsche, there just aren’t many options out … Continue Reading ››

Legendary Cooling – 2005-2012 C6 Corvette Performance Radiator, Part 1 – Stock Review

When you look back on America’s history in the realm of speed, it seems that we’re only known for one thing—straight-line speed. Our obsession with muscle cars has left the impression on the rest of the world that we here in the US are a little timid around corners. Anyone who knows anything, though, can always name one American car … Continue Reading ››

Comfortable Cooling – Radiator R&D, Part 1: Stock Review

The latest generation of Chevy and GM trucks has become something of an every-truck. The earlier GMT800 and 900 trucks were dependable workhorses, built to be at home on the farm or the jobsite. When the K2 platform was introduced in 2014, the heart of the work truck remained, but it was wrapped in leather and luxury. Ascending into a … Continue Reading ››

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