On this special episode, we present a treasure of tips on how to machine a block in the home garage. Plus, the basics of cylinder head porting. It’s all about gettin’ ‘er done on the cheap!
The Woodward Dream Cruise each attracts tens of thousands of cool cars, and Horsepower visits the most successful event ever. It’s a feast of muscle cars, custom cars and vintage rides.
Horsepower brings in a modified, late model Corvette to demonstrate the latest in high-tech engine tuning. Plus, a visit to the Hot Rod Reunion where nostalgia racing rules.
It’s a first for Horsepower – putting together a four-banger, high performance engine dedicated to oval, dirt track competition. It’s amazing how much power you can pack into a small race engine designed especially for dirt tracks.
Horsepower takes in a late model, modified Mustang for a fuel system swap. Their new state-of-the-art system is what it takes to feed a powerful hungry stallion. Plus,helpful, money-saving tech tips for all DYI guys.
Horsepower joins forces with the School of Automotive Machining to build a small block Chevy engine for a street legal, drag racing Camaro. The car will ultimately compete in heads up competition in the LSX race series.
Horsepower rescues a discarded Olds 350 for a budget build. With a frugal selection of performance upgrades, the goal is to double the original factory horsepower output. Also, the guys show you how to tune your truck hauler for better performance and fuel economy.
Ford's hot new 5 liter Coyote engine is a power to spare from the factory. See what happens when the Horsepower team modifies it with a new supercharger system. Plus, with new performance suspension and brakes, the turn a late model Mustang into the ultimate power pony.
The guys complete the build of a Cleveland engine and then turn their attention to the Windsor engine. Using some original parts and aftermarket heads and intake, the guys transform the Windsor into a better-performing Clevor (or mock Cleveland). The climax: a 351 shootout on the dyno.
Horsepower goes on a salvage yard treasure hunt and finds a pair 351 smallblocks -- Cleveland and Windsor. After twin teardowns, exploring the characteristics of each, The guys start the first of two performance build-ups.
This time Horsepower’s all about improving cylinder head performance on a low-to-no budget. We’ll take you through the steps of refreshing heads at home. Plus, a visit The Nashville Nationals Goodguys car show.
Horsepower builds a budget Chevy Vortec engine, showing viewers how to machine and prep a rebuilt engine at home. Then, to top it off, the guys will install Edelbrock’s New E-Street EFI system on the Vortec and spin it up on their engine dyno.
This time the finale of Project Sucker Punch, Horsepower’s Buick Century station wagon being built as the ultimate sleeper machine. A 461 turbocharged Pontiac engine goes in along with race-ready transmission and the works, before a payoff on the street.
Horsepower brings back a smallblock Chevy “Mule Motor” to test several popular bolt-on components for power gains. Everything from different style headers to nitrous oxide. Since the “dyno don’t lie”, results will be valuable. Plus, a test of a performance tuner on Ford’s new Eco Boost engine.
Teaming up with Arrington Performance, renowned Hemi experts, Horsepower builds a modern-day, 3rd generation engine. However, they top it with an old school cars and giant, roots-style supercharger. Hot, new-world technology meets cool, old-world looks and power.