With over 3000 new products from more than 250 companies, you might think that picking the five best new performance products would be next to impossible.
Information on new products from OEMs like GM Performance/Chevrolet, Dodge/Chrysler, Ford, etc, or from aftermarket manufacturers and distributors of engine components such as carburetors, intake manifolds, exhausts, crate engines, transmissions, or of brakes, tires, wheels, wiring harnesses, interior accessories, bodywork, chassis components, etc.
Check out our top five new products for racing applications that were introduced at SEMA!
E3 Spark Plugs has been named the series sponsor for NHRA Pro Mod racing.
Mopar is unleashing a new Mopar 6.2-liter supercharged Crate HEMI® Engine Kit — AKA the “Hellcrate” — that injects 707 horsepower and 650 lb.-ft. of torque beneath the hood. The “Hellcrate will debut at the 2017 Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show.
Dodge CEO Tim Kuniskis was the driving force behind making the Challenger SRT Hellcat such a formidable car.
Could it be? Is that a 2017 Ford Lightning? Well, if you ask Georgia’s Pioneer Ford and the number of people lined up to buy one, the answer to that question is an emphatic yes.
The Chieftain has been in production since 2014. The 2018 model is even more distinctive than previous editions.
The second video in the “MAHLE Mustang Build” series highlights the build-out of the twin-turbo engine, reliant on MAHLE and Clevite components.
Landon Simon will drive the Dan Brenner, Mt. Baker Vapor backed Fontana powered Elite Chassis for Clover Motorsports in the Penn. part of USAC Midget Week August 13-17.
Kyle Larson flew around the upper side of high-banked Eagle Raceway to snatch the World of Outlaws Craftsman® Sprint Car Series win from Daryn Pittman, who had led for 29 of the race’s 30 laps.