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How to bulletproof a Chevy C5 Corvette for track duty

Not sure how to best prepare a car for track duty? Here's all the work we've put into our C5 Corvette project car since we first got it.

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How to master chassis setup, from tires pressures to alignment

Looking for some additional speed? Take a look at your chassis setup.

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A mechanical engineer weighs in on Corvette leaf springs

A straightforward question came up as we worked on our Corvette Z06 project car: What are the rates for leaf springs–both OEM and some popular replacements?

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Optimizing the ND-Chassis Mazda MX-5 for the street and the track

Can one car make a great daily while also serving as a competitive autocrosser and a fun track car? If the answer is Miata, then likely yes.

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Building bargain brake ducts from Porsche GT3 parts

As it turns out, late-model Porsche GT3 front brake ducts can be adapted to a wide variety of cars.

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How to dyno your anti-roll bars at home

How to accurately compare one anti-roll bar against another? Measure them.

Pro tips on how to setup a chassis for track use

Need help getting your setup ready for the track? One possible solution: Crib from the pros.

Too good to be true? Custom-built coil-overs at off-the-shelf prices

Can you really go fast on inexpensive dampers? We compare shocks from RedShift and Koni to find out.

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How to fine-tune your suspension with bump stops and helper springs

Here are some tips on how to maximize the performance of your coil-overs with bump stops and helper springs.

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Can bigger brakes make an older car perform like a modern machine?

Brakes should both correct speed and balance the chassis. The brakes on our 1991 Toyota MR2 Turbo did virtually none of that, so it was time for a change–a big …

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