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
Yeah, it was built to drive, that was of the utmost importance during the build, that was the first thing that Joe wanted out of the truck is that it was going to be reliable and functional. I'm Joey with SquareBody Syndicate out here at LS Fest West 2019 showing off SS02, our latest build.
Watch our action-packed overview of Holley LS Fest West 2019!
The more money you spend sometimes the less fun it gets.
I have a three-year-old son who can't say Malibu, he says MaliBoom so we named it the MaliBoom and it stuck. My name is Dane Thompson, I'm from California, which is in So Cal. So my car is a 1964 Chevy Chevelle and we trailered this thing here on my borrowed parts, I'm on borrowed
Holley's all-LS party in Vegas just took place earlier this month. We're happy to report it was the largest West event by far with 50% participant growth, 1,000 cars and large growth in vendor and spectator attendance. All in all LS Fest brought 17,000 enthusiasts to Las Vegas Motor Speedway for three days of non-stop LS
We caught up with Josh Mazerolle at LS Fest West 2019 to get an update on the changes he's made to his LS-powered Toyota Hilux!
Dario Gaiga is no stranger to LS Fest West. This year he brought out his 1977 Austin Mini built to annihilate tires. Born to kill tires, the little Mini packs some punch from a blown LS engine. Check out the details on Dario's ride.