Aeromotive has released the Stealth Fuel System. The new Stealth Fuel Systems take performance fuel delivery to the next level by offering one part number that provides an "In-Tank" high performance fuel system. The new baffled Stealth Sump Kit and the Mustang Stealth Tank feature one of Aeromotive's state-of-the-art in-line fuel pumps and the pre-pump filter built right into the sump box. An evolution of the popular Aeromotive baffled, weld-in sump, the new Aeromotive Stealth Fuel Systems feature the same leading-edge sump design, only the new Stealth Sump is delivered with one of their in-line, high-flow, billet fuel pumps and 100-micron stainless steel filters, pre-installed inside the sump box. Beyond the obvious performance and cosmetic advantages, the new Stealth sump features ultimate ease of service with a cam lock design filter cover that allows for service and cleaning of the filter without dropping or draining the tank. The new Stealth Fuel Systems are capable of supporting up to 2,300 horsepower naturally aspirated in carbureted applications and 1,900 horsepower fuel injected.
A new line of Edelbrock Ford crate engines are now available. Edelbrock's RPM 347s deliver up to 440 horsepower and 425 lb/ft of torque (dual-quad) and 437 hp and 415 lb/ft of torque (single-carb). These 347 Ford engines feature a 4.030-inch bore x 3.400-inch stroke combo and are built from 8.2-inch deck height Dart Iron Eagle block with a SCAT cast crankshaft, forged steel connecting rods, and KB pistons. The heart of the performance is Edelbrock's total power package combination of roller camshaft, Performer RPM or RPM Xtreme cylinder heads, RPM intake manifold, and carburetor or Pro-Flo XT fuel injection. Like all Edelbrock crate engines, these Ford packages deliver a street-friendly balance of broad torque and high end-horsepower on pump gas.
Right To Bear Arms
So you installed a GM subframe in your hot rod, and now you want to trick it out? Or maybe you found out that it was too wide for the wheels you bought. Fatman has the answer with tubular control arms in either stock or narrowed widths. They are TIG welded in fixtures, using 0.188-inch heavy-wall DOM steel tubing, and assembled with top-quality bushings and ball joints. The billet steel upper shafts are machined with an offset that allows setting alignment specs that enhance driveability with modern radial tires. Fatman's exclusive molded urethane spring seats provide a super ride, and are easily removed for conversion to Air Ride or QA-1 coilover options. Matching dropped spindles are available to complete the conversion if you wish. Applications include '67-81 Camaro, '68-79 Nova, '64-87 Chevelle, and '82-03 S-10.
Total Cost Involved Engineering has unveiled their new '48-52 Ford F-1 chassis. This truck chassis was CAD engineered with 2x8-inch fully boxed framerails to protect the underbody components. The chassis also features a rigid K member design for more strength and durability. With this chassis you will receive four bolt-on running board brackets, cab mounts, and front body mount. This base chassis includes: engine and transmission mounts, complete custom IFS or Mustang II IFS, brake pedal and bracket, new Currie 9-inch rear axle housing with 31 spline axles, complete rear parallel leaf-spring kit or a rear four-link kit.
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Third Degree Braking
Muscle Car Brakes is now offering its Stage-III brake system. The Stage-III brake system features thermo cooled, cryogenically treated, fully machined, and balanced brake drums; Matrix ceramic brake shoes; trick spring kit; high-volume wheel cylinders; and master cylinders. The all new Stage-III advanced balanced brake systems run 50 percent cooler, and have been tested to perform approximately 38 percent better than OEM brakes. The Stage-III kit is a direct bolt on replacement, requiring no cutting or grinding, and is available for mid-50's through early 70's GM and Ford trucks. All claims by manufacturer.
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