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Check out the hot parts coming in 2018.
The Christmas season brings my favorite show of the year, the annual Performance Racing Industry trade show. For those unfamiliar, PRI is an industry-only show that is not open to the public. Instead of being a ‘car show’, PRI is a Car-Parts-Show. Every year in Decemeber, the best manufacturers in the performance automotive aftermarket industry gather to show off their latest wares.
VMP Builds an RS Street-Fighter.
One new Ford that I have been itching to spend more time in is the potent Focus RS. With over 300HP on tap and AWD keeping that power planted the car definitely has the makings for a very fun ride. But everyone here on SVTP knows that modded is preferable to stock, and SVTP Vendor VMP Performance certainly knows how to mod. So when I first heard that they were building an RS for the 2017 SEMA show I knew I wanted to dig in and learn more about this project.
2 Injectors – 1 Cylinder.
The crew over at VMP Performance have, not surprisingly, been digging deep into planning their modification strategy for the 2018 5.0 Coyote V8 Powered Mustang GT. It’s no secret at this point that the 5.0 is due for some major updates, and those changes will bring with them a new set of challenges. To say that VMP is eager to get their hands dirty is an understatement.
SVTP interviews manufacturers at PRI 2016.
Pics/Articles are great and all, but at some point it becomes a lot more rewarding to stop reading and start listening. When it comes to getting the fat-skinny on your favorite go-fast parts you can’t beat going straight to the source. In this instance we broke out the video camera and got conversational with some of the engineers and marketing personnel at your favorite performance manufacturers.
Sam Anderson challenged himself to build a 733-horsepower classic
By Steve Turner
Photos courtesy of Sam Anderson
If you have built more than one project car, you always want to push the next one to a higher plane than the last. That was definitely the case for Sam Anderson, who set out to see just what kind of build he was capable of creating. As you can see, he was capable of fusing two iconic Mustangs into one project-car masterpiece.