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Hoonigan Conducting “This vs. That” Casting Calls at LS Fest West

  4/21/2021: Holley’s LS Fest West is only days away and we’ve got an exciting update for event participants. Hoonigan, our presenting media sponsor, will be conducting a casting call for their popular YouTube series “This vs. That” - onsite at LS Fest West! That’s right, YOU and your car could have a shot at being

By | April 21st, 2021|Categories: LS Fest West|Tags: , , , , , |0 Comments

Holley Announces Cancellation of LS Fest West 2020

Unfortunately, Holley's LS Fest West event most recently scheduled for June 12-14th, 2020 in Las Vegas has been canceled. The state of Nevada is taking a phased approach to reopening, and at this time, there is still no indication as to when large crowds will be permitted to gather. Pre-registered participants and spectators that pre-purchased

By | May 21st, 2020|Categories: LS Fest West|0 Comments

Terminator X EFI for LS Engines

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

By | August 6th, 2019|Categories: LS Fest Bowling Green, LS Fest West|0 Comments

Holley 2-Piece LS Valve Covers

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

By | July 17th, 2019|Categories: LS Fest Bowling Green, LS Fest West|0 Comments

Why Do LS Engines Have Steam Tubes?

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