Holley Engineer Coy Hudnall and his wife Sarah have been looking for an LS Swap project car they wouldn't be afraid to customize and make their own. Being a fan of gull-wing doors and Lamborghinis, the Bricklin SV-1 that popped up in Facebook Marketplace for sale, naturally caught Coy's eye. Coy gives us an overview
Terminator X was designed with the do-it your selfer in mind. It’s an ideal platform for anyone that wants all the benefits of fuel injection with the versatility and tune-ability that only Holley EFI can provide. Holley’s Terminator X provides lS swap enthusiasts and entry-level racers, a low-cost ECU platform, that’s capable of controlling electronic
When you’re looking for that classic style on your LS-powered hot rod there’s nothing quite like a set of valve covers to change the look and feel of your engine compartment! This is especially true of an LS engine with all the coils and wires cluttering your LS engines look. Holley’s 2-Piece LS Valve covers
What are these crazy looking tubes on my LS and why do I need them anyway? In an LS engine, the thermostat is in the water pump housing, which is locating much lower on the engine when compared to the old SBC set-up. With the LS design, the temperature and flow of the coolant are
Follow along as Tom shows us how to properly use a Holley EFI 58x harness on '05-'06 LS2 and other 24x engines. Tom also shows us how to setup the Holley EFI software so it all works.
Mark Sider had the choice between Turbo or AC on his 1963 Volkswagen Beetle. We think he made the right choice.
We spotted Bill Alvis from Tweakin' Perfromance and his nitrous fed LS S-10 Extreme at LS Fest East 2018. In this video, Bill gives us the low down on the S-10 and how the short-block came straight out of his very understanding wife's GTO. Bill runs our Holley Sniper Stealth 4500 EFI on top of
One of the more popular cars at LS Fest this year was Dennis Quinn's 53 LS Powered Country Club Nash Rambler. Dennis found the car at an auction where he tried to talk his friend into buying the car, he told him it would make a neat car build - instead, he talked himself into
Carl has had his S10 Blazer for 25 years since he bought it from his dad bone-stock in 93. In 2013 he switched from having a big block in the truck to an LS to accommodate the turbos he always wanted.
Rodney Nichols works as a Chevy technician which made putting an LS engine in his Mercedes Benz a familiar swap.