LOS ANGELES ? Hotchkis Performance Sub Frame Connectors for 1968-74 X-Body Nova performance restoration are designed to increase chassis stiffness, and improve vehicle handling, traction, and chassis reaction by reducing chassis flex.
Racers using Chrysler?s fabled 426 Hemi engine and its aftermarket derivitives can take advantage of improved valvetrain efficiency thanks to new 60mm journal camshafts and 1-1/16-inch diameter roller lifters from Crane Cams.
Flex-A-Lite?s newest line of Low Profile Dual S-Blade fan systems can provide the maximum cooling for a limited space. Each model comes in its own shroud and features dual 12-1/8-inch diameter fans featuring Flex-A-Lite?s S-Blade design. The dual fan
LOS ANGELES - This complete brake kit was designed to improve the braking performance on early full-size Chevys (?55 and ?57) with stock OE front spindles and retains the stock geometry and wheel offset. Increased clamping force with reduced caliper
QA1?s Pro-Street Rear Coil-Over Conversion System allows the conversion of stock rear suspensions to coil-overs. QA1 now offers your choice of linear rate or variable rate springs. Each of QA1?s Pro-Street Systems comes complete with an upper cross m
LOS ANGELES ? Racers and engine builders can get virtually anything they want in an LS1-style block with Dart's new billet aluminum block. Machined on precision CNC equipment from a solid billet of 6061 aluminum, the Dart LS1 block offers virtually u
Toyo announces it has added 12 new sizes to its Open Country A/T (all terrain) line of tires for light trucks and SUVs. Ten new P-Metric sizes include P235/75R17, P245/75R17, P235/70R17, P245/70R17, P255/70R17, P285/70R17, P255/65R17, 235/60R17, P275
From its SUV comfort and ingenious mid-gate, to its flex-fuel-capable and cylinder deactivation technology-equipped engine, the 2007 Chevrolet Avalanche delivers a combination of cargo and passenger options.
Consumers are feeling the pinch at the pump still, even though gas prices have dipped below the $3 a gallon level we?ve seen for several months. David Portalatin says the aftermarket is not out of the woods just yet.
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