HorsePower Season 4 Episodes
Using new tricks on an old flathead. The Ford flathead is one of automotive history's most loved motors.
Machining And Building A Retro-Tech Flathead
Season 4, Episode 1
How putting a LS1 engine in a circle track racer puts the stock back in stock racing!
Putting The Stock Back In Stock Car With A LS1 Powered Circle Track Racer -
Season 4, Episode 2
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.