April 2011 Chevy High Performance Table of Contents

Take note, Nick Visciani’s ’69 Camaro started out as a readers’ ride submission-little did he know he would end up as this month’s cover car! All it took was a few high-res images, a detailed list of specs, and it was only a matter of time before we had a neighboring freelancer visit him with camera gear in hand. Photo props and high fives go to Stephen Kim for making the shoot happen.April 2011 Chevy High Performance Table of Contents

Tech

PLAN B
Follow along as NHRA Pro Stock racer Jason Line builds an 812hp big-block for the street.

SECOND CHANCE 383
We borrow a healthy short-block, top it off with a set of Patriot Performance heads, and seal the valley with a Weiand manifold.

OFF-THE-SHELF STEAM
Easy 414hp gain with a little boost!

BOTTLED FUN!
Installing a NOS kit on a 5.3L LS.

Events

SOUTHERN FUN
The inaugural Holley LS Fest was a complete success, and we were there to cover all of the action from the manufacturer’s midway and the autocross, to the wild heads-up door car action on the dragstrip!

Cars

RED MIST
This Chevelle was built with someone special in mind.

RAT TOURING
It’s not a rat rod, and it’s not Pro Touring.

Departments

Shop Talk
Project cars, yes, we love them.

Performance Q&A
Our resident tech guru, Big Mac, tells all.

Step By Step
Every measurement is critical, and this month we show you how to measure the combustion chambers of any cylinder head.

How It Works
We talk to the camshaft experts and kick it up a notch by discussing aggressive profiles for high-performance applications.

Parts Rack
The latest offerings for your street machine.

Rides
Ian Titterton’s father-and-son project is still going strong.

Garage
Letters, news, and everything else we couldn’t fit anywhere else.

What’s Next
What’s on the web and things to come.



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