The suspension experts at Art Morrison Enterprises (AME) have developed a kit that allows builders to adapt a highly effective, adjustable four-bar rear suspension to a wide variety of vehicles. Notable benefits of this setup from AME include the use of Johnny Joint lubricated rod ends that provide the articulation and “tightness” of competition spherical bearings for precise housing control and provide the necessary harmonic dampening and quiet operation. Adjustable coilover shocks and the ability to “tune” the roll stiffness through the adjustable antisway bar allows the suspension to be set up as tight as desired.
Included in the AME package are four Big Tube bars with Johnny Joints and mounting brackets, rearend housing mounts, a crossmember and coilover mounts, a pair of Strange adjustable coilover shocks, an antisway bar with mounts and adjusting links, plus all required hardware.
Holley Performance Products announced their new Hooker brand LS cast-iron exhaust manifolds, which are the perfect solution for exhaust in a tight engine bay or where the maintenance-free characteristics of manifolds are desired.
Designed to hug close to the engine block so they fit into a wide variety of replacement and engine swap applications, their contoured design aims the exhaust directly at the exit port for improved flow. Being cast iron means they will provide years of leak-free performance with less underhood noise than traditional headers. Plus, their shorty design means you can route exhaust tubing close to your frame and floor pan for maximum ground clearance. The manifolds are available in five finish options, including cast-iron gray ceramic, silver ceramic, titanium ceramic, black ceramic, and as-cast.
Simplify the installation of your electronic speedometer with this new GPS Speedometer Sending Unit from Speedway Motors, the latest technology in sending units for electronic speedometers.
Speedway’s sealed electronic sending unit uses GPS triangulation to calculate true ground speed regardless of gear ratio, tire size, or any other mechanical factors. No calibration is needed! The GPS Speedometer Sending Unit has a very simple four-wire hookup and can be used with 8- or 16-pulse aftermarket electronic speedometers. The compact unit has a footprint about the size of a business card and can be mounted under the dash or under the hood, requiring only 3 inches of clearance between the top of the unit and surrounding steel.
Russell Performance, a division of Edelbrock, offers a variety of radius port hose end fittings for automotive plumbing.
Their latest full-flow swivel radius port hose ends allow users to plumb regulators, fuel pumps, and dry-sump systems with a minimum of fittings and connections. Designed for use with straight port threads, these ends eliminate the secondary adapter previously required for a complete installation. The hose ends attach directly to the component utilizing a Viton O-ring for a positive seal. The radius end and thread length design allow full engagement without blocking the port for unrestricted flow. These fittings are available in 45 and 90 degrees for flexibility in hose routing and -6 to -12 AN inlet and outlet sizes for various applications.
Instead of the standard knob everybody has, ididit is now including its sleek and stylish Retro Knobs on ’55-59 Chevy truck Retrofit columns. Ididit’s Retro Knobs more closely resemble the vehicle’s original design, which adds even more style to your ride!
Trans-Dapt Performance Products has unveiled a new line of engine swap motor mount kits and transmission crossmembers with rugged, ultradurable polyurethane mounting pads.
By resisting flex and deflection, polyurethane mounts channel more power to the tires than standard rubber mounts. The result is a better foundation for your motor swap and improved performance. The new Trans-Dapt kits are available for dozens of applications, featuring engine and chassis combination-specific designs and include laser-cut steel brackets, polyurethane pads, and mounting hardware.