Archive | 2018


Air Lift (25980EZ): WirelessONE with New EZ Mount

The new-and-improved WirelessONE works with all brands of air springs and is now easier to install than ever with Air Lift’s new EZ Mount! WirelessOne with EZ Mount (PN 25980EZ) packages the manifold with an upgraded, heavy-duty compressor into one convenient, preassembled, and factory-tested bracket, giving you everything you need to have full control of […]

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Belltech (965sp): Lowering Kit for ’09-’18 Ram 1500 4WD

Containing everything you need to lower your 2009–2018 Ram 1500 4WD (quad and crew cabs) 2” in the front and 4” in the rear, the 965sp lowering kit from Belltech is a complete installation solution, including front and rear coil springs, front and rear Street Performance struts and shocks, bumpstops, hardware, and instructions. Features For […]

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Holley: Sniper EFI Sheet Metal Intake for 2015+ Ford Coyote 5.0L V8

Available in a Silver (839031) or Black (839032) finish, new Sniper EFI sheet metal intakes from Holley give you high-impact good looks alongside the performance of custom fabrication. Built to be compatible with 2015-and-up Ford Coyote 5.0L V8 engines, these intakes feature 3mm T6061 sheet aluminum that is more durable than competitive intakes, a 90mm […]

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Edelbrock (46726): Victor Jr. LS 416 Crate Engine

With a new GM aluminum LS3 block and a forged and balanced rotating assembly that includes a Manley forged crankshaft, H-beam connecting rods, and aluminum pistons, the new Victor Jr. 416 crate engine from Edelbrock is the LS powerplant you’ve been waiting for. The 46726 Victor Jr. LS 416 crate engine is a 416 c.i.d. […]

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SA Design (CT632): CarTech’s “Mustang Special Editions”

When Ford rolled out the Mustang in 1964, it quickly realized what it had on its hands. Soon, variations began to appear to capitalize on the car’s immense popularity. In just two short months, the first special-edition Mustang debuted at the Indianapolis 500, and the editions have just kept rolling on. CarTech’s Mustang Special Editions: […]

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Mr. Gasket (4826G): Multi-Layer Steel Header Gaskets for Ford 5.0L Coyote

Designed to fit 2010+ 5.0L Ford Coyote engines, the multi-layer steel (MLS) header set (PN 4826G) from Mr. Gasket features 1-7/8” round ports and a thickness of 0.072”. Easy to display in a retail-friendly clamshell package. Features For 2010-and-up 5.0L Coyote engines. Port size: 1-7/8” round. Thickness: 0.072”. Gasket material: three-layer stainless steel.

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MSD Performance (8772): Pro Mag A/Fuel Power Grid Controller

The Pro Mag A/Fuel Power Grid Controller from MSD Performance is designed for use with MSD’s Pro Mag 44 in drag racing applications (that compete in the Top Alcohol Dragster category or sanctioning bodies that allow electronic ignition timing control when using a single or dual Pro Mag system). The programming can be done via computer using cable […]

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Flex-A-Lite: Extruded Core Radiator for ’07-’18 Jeep Wrangler JK

Extruded Core Technology from Flex-A-Lite is the future of performance aluminum radiators, replacing multi-core radiators with a new, advanced design. Extruded Core Radiators provide significantly better cooling with a stronger, more durable, and lighter design. This direct-fit radiator is engineered to bolt into a 2007–2018 Jeep Wrangler JK—no cutting or drilling required. The radiator mounts using the […]

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Redhorse Performance: 302 Series Black PTFE Hose

NHRA-accepted 303 series PTFE hoses from Redhorse Performance are engineered for use with Redhorse’s 1200 series reusable PTFE hose ends and 7200 series crimp-style hose ends (coming soon). 302 series hoses can handle extreme pressure and are fully compatible with all types of fuel. The stainless steel weave over custom smooth-bore, dual-layer conductive PTFE inner tube eliminates risk […]

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SA Design (SA352): CarTech’s “Ford FE Engines: How to Rebuild”

Manufactured from the late 1950s through the mid-1970s, Ford FE engines served as the large-displacement drivers in the Ford lineup. With the FE standing for “Ford Edsel,” these engines were designed to increase displacement over the earlier Y-Block engines. As the model grew, the FE performed admirably as a heavy passenger car and light truck […]

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