The Hughes Engines website is back and better than ever after a brief hiatus for a heavy-duty revamp. For years, the Mopar-making shop had stuck with what worked in a basic format to navigate their many performance offerings.
Now, the new layout has all the same great technical articles, dyno builds, and parts listings, but with a fresh face. Along the top tool bar are the separate shopping and instructional categories including fan-favorite “How to Choose a Cam” which outlines how to select the best bumpstick for your Dodge, Plymouth, or Chrysler.
Featured items are next with a short scroll of new, popular, or must-see specimen. As expected, Hughes’ Magnum Airgap kit (P/N HUG-5409) tops the list. Other items currently of note include a V8 Magnum plenum repair kit (P/N HUG-7720R), a couple Whiplash cams, and some increasingly-popular Trick Flow cylinder heads (P/N TRF-TFS-6161T783-C01).
A handy set of engine collection quick links can help sift through parts by family such as LA small block, Magnum small block, modern Hemi, and B big block. Upon selecting a subsection, that engine’s available components pop up with the best-selling stuff right on top.
For us, the handiest highlight is the shipping estimation feature in the cart. A big ol’ order of go-fast goodies can sometimes tip the scales pretty heavy on shipping charges, so the availability to estimate before getting surprised at checkout is nice.
If you have any questions about Hughes Engines, the new site, or Mopar parts in general, feel free to give the team a call at (309) 745-9558 or submit a question on their contact form.