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This 1956 Chevy Gasser Packs an Injected Small-Block Punch

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https://www.hotrod.com - Nothing leaves a longer-lasting impression on a young person’s mind than being in the pits at a nationally sanctioned drag race at the age of five. The fusion of adrenaline and the scent of nitro is more than enough to propel you into the stratosphere as you watch pie-eyed from the front row.

Installing the Go Shift Transmission Controller from FiTech for GM 4L60E, 4L65E, 4L80E, and 4L85E

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https://www.hotrod.com - Modern GM transmissions can be more than a little tricky with all the wiring and tuning involved, but nobody said it needed to be that way. If only there were a little computer you could slap on your firewall that could connect your electronic fuel injection with your fancy new 4L60E, 4L65E, 4L80E, or 4L85E transmission.

GM defense unit gets new leaders, stays quiet on plans

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https://www.autonews.com - GM has remained in stealth mode a year and a half after re-establishing its defense unit. What is known is that the new leadership team will be responsible for launching several hydrogen fuel cell-powered products.

Merrill's last-lap flyer takes the TA2 pole at Lime Rock

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https://racer.com - In the closest qualifying session of the season so far, a mid-session strategy switch up for the Mike Cope Racing team sent Thomas Merrill straight to the pole, the California native stealing the fastest lap in the final seconds of the Trans Am Series presented by Pirelli TA2 powered by AEM qualifying Friday at Lime Rock Park. Underscoring the nature of the tight TA2 competition, the top eight times were separated by less than four tenths of a second.

Constipation, Canada and Cadillacs: Agency Brief is ready for Memorial Day weekend

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https://adage.com - Memorial Day weekend is here, marking the start of summer, barbecues, fun in the sun, the end of productivity, all that. For Americans, the holiday that in some form has been celebrated since the end of the Civil War today means parades, chugging cheap beer and housing hotdogs and burgers (maybe an Impossible Burger?