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AEROSPACE COMPONENTS TITANIUM DRAG RACE WAVE FRONT ROTORS

 

Aerospace Components has released its newest titanium Drag Race Wave front rotors. These units feature billet brake calipers with “zero drag” technology built in. You will find this composition is more durable than carbon fiber with less rotating mass/weight. These front rotors weigh only 1.9 pounds, much lighter than steel. 

There are also floater rotors for spindle mount wheels available as well. 

HOLLEY'S NEW 12-BOLT VR SERIES FUEL CELL PUMP MODULES

 

Holley/MSD is pleased to announce the release of their Holley 12-Bolt VR Series Fuel Cell Pump Modules. Due to their brushless design, these in-tank modules easily support up to 4,400 horsepower for EFI engines and 4,800 horsepower for carbureted applications. Fully compatible with popular 12-bolt-flange fuel cells and designed to drop right in, they maintain pressures of 130 PSI while flowing 335 gallons per hour. Two VR Series brushless pumps, two controllers, and two harnesses deliver complete VR fuel pump power inside your fuel cell and make it easy to upgrade it to EFI. 

AEM RELEASES LIGHTWEIGHT, AFFORDABLE CD-5 CARBON FULL COLOR DIGITAL DASH DISPLAYS

 

 

AEM has released its Carbon Fiber Composite CAN Dash 5” (CD-5) and CAN Dash 5” Logging (CD-5L) Super Bright digital dash displays. Four packages are available:

NEW IMPROVED BANTAM BODY AVAILABLE AT S&W

 

The nearly flawless fiberglass Bantam body is now available at S&W. It has been made to S&W’s specifications, by Riggeal’s Performance Fiberglass and Composites, for painless mounting to your Altered chassis. The improved body includes extended body lips, which will provide a smoother edge when fitting the body.

STROUD SAFETY LAUNCHES NEW WEBSITE

 

Stroud Safety has recently launched their new “responsive” website! The new site makes it easier to view the site on all your devices: desktop, tablets and smartphones. All products are clearly listed as well as links to instruction videos, installation guides, catalog and distributors. Check it out today at www.stroudsafety.com

10-INCH CENTERS FROM STRANGE ENGINEERING

 

 

Strange Engineering, the leader in driveline and suspension for over 50 years, now offers fully assembled Ultra Case assemblies with 10” ring gears. The Ultra case third members will bolt-in to most aftermarket 9” Ford style housings and are designed to handle the most demanding of applications. 

SAVE THE STICK PRODUCT LINE FROM AMERICAN POWERTRAIN

 

American Powertrain™, manufacturer of ProFit™ transmission systems and related components for muscle cars, street rods and classic trucks, now offers a line of “Save the Stick” apparel and merchandise including: tee shirts, fitted hats, hoodies, bandanas, license plates and banners.

NEW HIGH-PERFORMANCE, ONE-PIECE BILLET FLEXPLATES FROM BONINFANTE

The “Clutch Kings” of top fuel and funny car drag racing, Boninfante Friction, have taken their manufacturing expertise and applied it to the automatic transmission racing world by developing the absolute best flexplate in existence, with a reasonable price point.

 

AEROSPACE COMPONENTS REAR DRAG RACE WAVE ROTORS

 

Aerospace Components has just released their 2.4 pound Rear Drag Race Wave Rotors, a direct replacement for their 5.6-pound steel version. These space age versions are interchanceable with any Aerospace Components rear brake kit.

The Rear Drag Race Wave Rotors have been gas ported for better braking and require no special brake pads. 

RAM CLUTCHES INTRODUCES PEDAL-HEIGHT ADJUSTER

 

Most late-model street vehicles use an internal hydraulic clutch release bearing, sometimes called a concentric slave cylinder (CSC). Yet, unfathomably, many of them suffer from clutch engagement high on the pedal travel. For most drivers, this is not comfortable.

Conveniently, Ram Clutches has introduced a pedal-height adjuster, which is situated inline between the hydraulic master cylinder and the slave cylinder. It is in effect, an accumulator in which a piston and spring are housed.

When the adjustment screw is turned in to its fullest extent, the piston cannot move and the adjuster is bypassed. In fact, this is the condition in which the system should be re-bled. As the adjustment screw is turned out and the pedal depressed, the fluid flows into the adjuster and pushes the piston back.

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