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Rear-End Game Changer: New 8.8-Inch Dropout CaseBy: Holley MotorLIfe | 2023-10-23
GearFX and Detroit Speed have teamed up to develop an innovative new rear-axle assembly that combines the proven Ford 8.8-inch design with the convenience and versatility of the Ford 9-inch dropout housing. Could this finally be the end of the dreaded, “nine whine”?
1968 CAMARO RS HEADLIGHT KIT INSTALLBy: Detroit Speed | 2023-08-10
There is no argument that the 1968 Camaro RS has a gorgeous face, complete with the hideaway headlight system. But the system itself? The original vacuum-based system is often a source of headaches and older aftermarket electrical conversions are often loud and clunky. Follow along as we show you how to install Detroit Speed’s 1968 Camaro RS Headlight Door Kit on a non-RS Camaro.
1964.5-70 MUSTANG FRONT SPEED KIT INSTALLBy: Detroit Speed | 2023-08-08
Detroit Speed's Front Speed Kit for the early Mustangs updates the look, handling, and performance to meet modern standards. The Front Speed Kits lower the ride height 1.5-3 inches with control arms, coilovers, and shock tower closeouts. Today, we take a look at how to install the Detroit Speed Speed Kit on Kyle Tucker's 1965 Mustang.
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