T&D Machine Products T&D Machine Products produces the most reputable shaft-mounted roller rocker arm systems in the industry. The best race teams and the finest engine builders have come to know that larger shafts, bearings, and adjusters mean superb stability, reliable and controllable valve lash, longevity, and increased performance. These facts can be seen on dynos and racetracks everywhere. Backed up by superb customer service, T&D's excellence in engineering comes from racers who know what racers need. (775) 884-2292 • www.tdmach.com Pypes Exhaust Pypes designed this '10 Camaro system to improve the performance and sound of the exhaust . A Siamese X-Pipe balances the system and increases flow. The stock resonators were replaced with a pair of M-80 mufflers, allowing Pypes to delete the massive stock mufflers altogether and add a better-quality tip. A 304 stainless steel construction and a lifetime warranty round out the deal. (800) 421-3890 • www.pypesexhaust.com Auto Meter Here's a gift that will get your motor running. Wideband air/fuel ratio gauges from Auto Meter provide vital mixture information you can use to tune your fuel delivery system for improved horsepower and mileage. Auto Meter Wideband gauges are available in several designs, displaying precise air/fuel mixture in either digital or analog formats. Each kit includes a custom tuned Bosch sensor and wiring harness to complete your installation. (866) 248-6356 • www.autometer.com Nickey Chicago This exclusive hood borrows style and design elements from the muscle car era. One major enhancement Nickey Chicago has made is that the hood has functional ram-air. The air is diverted to just above the stock airbox location.They are built from high-quality RTM technology by ACS, an OEM, and carry a three-year limited warranty. The hoods, which have been granted a U.S. patent, come primed and not painted. Add an old classic style to a modern muscle car. (630) 377-1222 • www.nickeychicago.net Article Attachments 2010 Super Chevy Holiday Buyers Guide V2 « | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 13 | 14 | 15 | 16 | 17 | 18 | 19 | 20 | 21 | 22 | 23 | 24 | 25 | 26 | » | View Full Article By Jim Campisano Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!