Archive | October, 2017


T-Rex Grilles: Revolver Series Grilles for 2017 Ford Raptor

Give the 2017 Raptor better vision with a Revolver Series grille from T-Rex Grilles. Styled after the popular ZROADZ series, these replacement-style grilles feature an exclusive laser-cut Revolver repeating pattern, one-piece construction, and removable aluminum accent trim that can easily be paint matched. This all-new series comes with a four-unit array of 6” single-row light […]

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TITAN Fuel Tanks (7040216): 50-Gallon Extra-Capacity Fuel Tank for ’16-’17 Nissan Titan

With the same name, it seems natural that TITAN Fuel Tanks would have an XXL-capacity fuel tank for the Nissan Titan XD. The 7040216 is a 50-gallon, direct-replacement tank that fits in the stock tank location and also uses free space in the chassis—no cutting or fabrication required. Installation can be achieved by just one […]

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Hurst (6350029): Dual-Mode Axle-Back Exhaust for ’16-’17 Camaro SS 6.2L with NPP Quad Tip

This new Elite Series axle-back exhaust system for the 2016–2017 Camaro SS with 6.2L V8 from Hurst gives you real sound options: either powerful, aggressive sound in Track mode or a mellow tone in Stealth mode. It’s specifically engineered to fit both coupe and convertible models with the factory NPP option (identified by quad tips) […]

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Edelbrock: Fuel Pump and Regulator Combo Kits

Available for carbureted and EFI applications, Edelbrock fuel pump and regulator kits take the guesswork out of selecting the right fuel pump and regulator combination for your application. These pumps are not compatible with E-85 fuel. Carbureted Kit (17923) Includes one Quiet-Flo fuel pump (1792) and one regulator (1727). This pairing flows up to 160 […]

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MSD Performance: High-Speed DynaForce Starters

Shipping now, the new high-speed DynaForce starters from MSD Performance are the answer to blown alcohol engines, those that employ a magneto, or any other application that requires faster-than-normal cranking speeds. Providing up to 25% faster cranking speeds and compatible with both 12- and 16-volt electrical systems, these DynaForce starters were designed for race engines. […]

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Flowmaster (717778): FlowFX Cat-Back Exhaust System for 2017 Charger R/T

The 717778 FlowFX cat-back exhaust system for 2017 Dodge Charger R/T with 5.6 V8 Hemi produces an aggressive exterior and interior sound level with all of the performance benefits you expect from Flowmaster. New features include bright 409S stainless steel tubing; a pair of Flowmaster’s new FlowFX straight-through mufflers with a large 3.00 inch core […]

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Holley: Billet LS7 Hi-Flow Fuel Rails

Engineered specifically for the factory LS7, with particular attention paid to ensuring an easy installation, the new Billet LS7 Hi-Flow fuel rails from Holley are designed to unleash the full potential of your LS7. Featuring a 6061 aluminum extrusion with a .656” center bore for improved fuel flow, this product is ideal for builds using […]

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PowerTrax (3912004): GRIP LOK Traction System

Representing the latest in traction-adding differential technology, the GRIP LOK combines the fully automatic locking action of PowerTrax’s traditional locker with the strength of a fully machined case. This is PowerTrax’s strongest locking differential, offering the ultimate in competition and off-road utility by way of its mechanically actuated traction capabilities. The PowerTrax GRIP LOK comes […]

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Bestop (4264001): Underseat Lock Box for Wrangler JK & JKU – Driver Side

When the top is down on your Jeep Wrangler, the 4264001 underseat lock box from Bestop gives you the security you desire, providing a safe place to put your smaller valuables or personal items. This product installs with no drilling and boasts pick-resistant key locks, two keys, 16-gauge carbon steel construction, and ample storage capacity. […]

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AIRAID (510-340): MXP Cold Air Intake for Toyota Tundra and Sequoia

Like all gas-powered engines, your Toyota V8 makes power by burning a mixture of gasoline and oxygen. Oxygen acts as a catalyst for the detonation, so the number of oxygen molecules in the air charge will directly affect performance. Unfortunately, the OE Toyota Tundra and Sequoia intake systems share many of the same inefficiencies. For […]

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