HorsePower Season 10 Episodes
They used to race on dirt out of necessity. Now they race on dirt out of insanity. Modified dirt racing rules, and Horsepower kicks off part one of its first build up of a modified dirt track race car.
“Project: Dirt Tracker” building an IMCA chassis
Season 10, Episode 4
HorsePower goes into complete details of a smallblock Chevy stroker engine build. This how-to shows everything you need to know about engine blueprinting, preparation and the build of the budget-minded engine short block.
Summit Racing 383 Stroker Build
HorsePower tears down and rebuilds a pair of Ford 351 smallblocks - a Cleveland and a Windsor.
Twin Ford 351 Builds
HorsePower builds a 1978 Buick Century wagon into the ultimate sleeper machine.
'78 Buick Century Wagon "Sucker Punch"
HorsePower builds a 1992 Camaro for optimal fuel economy and horsepower!
'92 Chevy Camaro "Lean Green"
The mid-eighties Chevy Monte Carlo is a new old hot rod with unlimited potential. Joe and Mike get an '86 and start a buildup that includes a new, big block powerplant, manual five-speed transmission, and more. The idea is to build the car they think Chevy should have built back in the beginning.
A low-mileage 1970 Chevy Nova gets a 440hp GM crate engine upgrade!
'70 Chevy Nova "Old Blue Hair"
HorsePower hosts, Mike Galley and Joe Elmore embark on a mission: to build a car that can compete in heads-up Outlaw racing events! They start with buying a 1979 Chevrolet Malibu. Back at the shop, they tear everything out of the car that won't be used in racing...which is just about everything!
Mike and Joe kick off a two-show build up transforming a stock '06 Mustang into a Roush Stage 3. After base line runs, they wake up the GT big time with a bolt-on Roushcharger!
Our mission: treat the car to some budget bolt ons that'll deliver the most horsepower possible for your hard earned money.