Over the years SMG Motoring has performed a number of upgrades (5 speed transmission, Moser 12 bolt rear) to this car but the car retained its original 400 cu in Buick engine. Even with the upgrades the owner looked for increased performance and reliability. With this in mind the decision was made to swap the Buick engine for a GM LS based engine.
Original Buick 400 cu in engine.
The owner of this Challenger had purchased a cold air intake to complement previous changes he made to the car and didn’t have the time to install it himself. As a result, he searched the web for a performance shop with the knowledge, experience and the reputation for quality workmanship required to install the part he purchased.
Based on SMG Motoring’s customer reviews and recommendations from his friends, he chose SMG Motoring.
The owner of this 1978 Z28 came to SMG Motoring looking to upgrade the car’s open differential to a posi-traction differential while keeping the existing gear ratio.
After reviewing the owners goals, SMG Motoring recommend upgrading the differential using a Yukon Gear posi-traction unit.
During the process of changing from an open differential to a posi-traction differential SMG Motoring discovered several issues with the car’s original axles, so a set of Yukon Gear axles were ordered
The owner of this Challenger has been slowly making upgrades to the car over time. SMG Motoring previously installed Wilwood brakes on the car and now the owner was looking to increase the car’s performance with the addition of a proven, reliable power adder. The obvious choice was a ProCharger supercharger.
The owner was also looking to improve the car’s handling and stance over the stock Challenger RT’s suspension. Working with SMG Motoring the decision was made to upgrade the stock coil springs.
The owner of this Corvette was looking for a quality shop to upgrade his stock clutch. After searching around he chose SMG Motoring based on our experience with late model Corvettes.
After discussing the customer's options, SMG Motoring recommended replacing the stock clutch with a twin disc clutch.
The owner of this car wanted to improve its performance without making any internal modifications to the engine or supercharger.
After discussing the owner’s goals SMG Motoring recommended a pulley swap.
Like so many of SMG Motoring’s customers, the owner of this Mustang was looking to increase their car’s performance with the addition of a proven, reliable power adder. The obvious choice was a ProCharger supercharger.
Wanting to keep the clean, understated look of the Mustang’s engine compartment, the owner chose the optional black powder coating for the supercharger and its mounting brackets.
The owner of this Corvette had purchased a number of parts to improve the performance of his otherwise stock C6 and didn’t have the time to install them himself. As a result, he went looking for a performance shop with the knowledge, experience and reputation for quality workmanship required to install the parts he purchased.
This truck came to SMG Motoring with a GM LS engine already installed but the owner wanted a little more power and the WOW factor of a power adder. The owner discussed his goals with SMG Motoring and the decision was made to add a ProCharger supercharger.
As you might expect ProCharger does not make a complete kit to install one of their superchargers on an LS engine in a '59 Ford F-100, this where SMG Motoring’s extensive background with ProCharger superchargers paid off.
ProCharger P1X supercharger and charge piping installed on GM LS engine.