Ford Racing readies their potent 5.0L Coyote Aluminator crate engine for a supercharger or other power adders. The 5.0L Aluminator is assembled with extreme-duty connecting rods and pistons, designed specifically for high boost applications. For durability, the engine features Mahle 9.5:1 compression ratio forged pistons that are hard anodized with Graphal low-friction coating. The connecting rods are premium Manley H-beam units with ARP 2000 bolts and fitted with BOSS 5.0L high-performance bearings. Pre-machined front cover for Ford Racing Supercharger FEAD clearance; retail price $ 8,099.
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Speedway Motors has developed a stainless steel Tru-Ram LS1 exhaust manifold made of high-grade stainless steel, providing reduced noise level and low maintenance of a cast manifold with the excellent flow characteristics and dramatic performance gains of a tube header. They’re designed to tuck tight against the engine block, providing the ultimate in frame and steering clearance for a wide range of applications.
Tru-Ram LS1 exhaust manifolds are made from durable, corrosion-resistant 17-4 stainless steel, which deliver an extremely strong casting that polishes brighter than other forms of stainless.
Cut, weld, drill, tap, shape, sand, and bolt these tabs to your project for a rubber-mounted, finished product. These tabs can act as an attachment point for a variety of products on your vehicle, such as tanks, radiators, induction plumbing, or simple brackets.
Available in aluminum, steel, and stainless steel, allowing a wide range of options to join with off-the-shelf products, or your own custom fabricated components. The high-temp bushing dampens vibration between your components and vehicle while resisting temperatures of near 500 degrees F in heat transfer situations. Tabs are available to be used with a 1/4- or 5/16-inch fastener of your choice.
Now it’s possible for you to bolt a stock height spindle onto your Total Cost Involved Engineering custom IFS. This American-made stock height spindle is specifically engineered for strength, durability, and to bolt to your custom IFS. This stock spindle will raise the front of the vehicle 2 inches.
The retro fit stock height spindles fit these Total Cost Involved Engineering Custom IFS and Pro Touring applications: ’28-36 Chevy rear steer vehicles (only with Wilwood caliper applications), ’28-34 Ford rear steer vehicles (only with Wilwood caliper applications), ’35-40 Ford front steer vehicles, ’47-53 and ’55-59 Chevy trucks, ’48-64 Ford trucks, ’64-1/2 to 70 Ford Mustangs, ’67-68 Cougars, ’67-69 Chevy Camaros, ’67-69 Pontiac Firebirds, ’68-72 Chevy Novas, and ’62-’67 Chevy Novas.
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These frame doors can be welded into your framerails, and will allow all wiring and plumbing, (brake, fuel, air pressure, or vacuum lines) to be hidden and protected inside your framerails.
All RRC frame doors are cut from 10-gauge cold rolled steel, and have threaded nut plates welded in for door mounting and are available in three sizes.
Outside dimensions can be cut down to fit in frame locations that may be curved as in a rear kick-up area. Stainless steel countersunk fasteners included.
This Floatless Fuel Sender utilizes an internal pressure transducer to measure the amount of fuel in a tank. The concept behind this sender is hydraulics and pressure. The part of the sender that sticks into the fuel is a hollow tube that fills up to the level of fuel in the tank. The change in pressure at the pressure transducer is directly related to the level of fuel in the tank. As the fuel level increases, so does the pressure at the transducer. As the fuel level decreases, the pressure at the transducer also decreases.