Posts Tagged "Holley"

Alec Hohnadell Shows Off Get Nuts Lab x Achilles 240sx [SPYSHOTS]


Alec Hohnadell has released his 2015 livery showing off some new partners for 2015. He linked up with Forrest Wang’s operation Get Nuts Laboratory in Las Vegas to get his program off the ground and running in 2015. He has kept his LS Chevrolet engine for the new season and slapped a Magnuson TVS2300 jackshaft supercharger on it for a nice bump in horsepower for the year. I also like how his core color is green to match with the overall Get Nuts branding we have seen in years past. Alec seems to be carrying Holley Performance as a partner for the new year as well helping him with some great LS engine support. Alec mentioned to me he drove Forrest’s competition car at Vegas Drift over the past weekend and really did love the way a 2JZ engine felt in drifting. Perhaps we will see him shift over to the inline 6 setup in a future car build? What do you think of his new 2015 Formula Drift setup?

Holley LS Fest Was This Awesome [VIDEO]

Didn’t come to LS Fest this year? Well Subject Media did a great job putting together a video to put on display the awesome event that you guys missed out on. I have a recap coming out this week to dig into the fun  LS engine only party that happens every fall in Kentucky.

LS Fest Drift Challenge presented by Holley in Kentucky

The drift challenge is offering up thousands of dollars this coming up weekend at Beech Bend Raceway Park in Bowling Green, Kentucky. The event is limited to LS powered drift cars with no chassis restriction. The LS Fest is taking place over the next three days and also consists of a dyno challenge, 0-60, drag racing, and much more if you find yourself in the area.

Holley is Looking For Drifters for LS Fest 2011

The classic car parts company Holley is looking for drifters who run LS Chevrolet engines for LS Fest 2011 that happens in September. This is pretty huge for such as traditional muscle car company to come out and support drifting at their huge event. They even have a prize pool up for the top 3 drifters of the 12 they select. Here are the instructions from Holley:

It doesn’t matter what make and model the vehicle is as long as it’s powered by an LS engine. If you’re interested in showing us what you’ve got please send an email to that includes the following information: Your name, address, phone number and car year, make, model. Send photos of your vehicle’s exterior and engine compartment. Then tell us (in 200 words or less) why you should be chosen for the contest, and what professional skills/qualifications you have that will help you compete. Better hurry, as we’re only taking the first 12.