Live Coverage of the 2006 SEMA Show

See all the great stuff and happenings at the 2006 SEMA Show

Patrick Hill Oct 25, 2006 0 Comment(s)
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To all of the Super Chevy faithful out there, the best magazine for Bowtie fanatics is going to be bringing you live coverage of the 2006 SEMA Show from the Las Vegas Convention Center. We'll be posting daily on show happenings, new/interesting products, and scores of other great Chevy related stuff going on at SEMA. All you'll have to do is click on one of the links below to take you to the day's coverage.

Along with that, we'll also be posting daily galleries from events going on during the show, and as an added bonus, we'll be giving everyone a treat with a daily posting of some of the hot booth babes from all over the show!

So, stay tuned to the Super Chevy website, and watch for posts about the great things going on at SEMA. Just as a reminder, we'll be on west coast time for the event, so all of our folks on the east coast and central time zones will be sitting down to dinner as the show is wrapping up.

CLICK HERE FOR DAY TWO COVERAGE

CLICK HERE FOR DAY THREE COVERAGE

DAY 1

Day One of the 2006 SEMA show has been a busy one for bowtie fans. We've seen tons of great new stuff for Chevys, both old and new, great new products, hot show cars, and smoking hot babes distracting us from the great Chevy iron at the show. Here's one of the great new products we've seen, plus a gallery of some show cars and booth hotties!

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Comp Cams' Chris Douglas gave us the lowdown on their new Thumper camshaft line. This new hydraulic roller cam line (designed for non-OE roller cam motors) is dsigned with tight lobe seperation angles normally recerved for race-type camshafts to give a small block Chevy an earth shaking rumble, while at the same time being mild enough to provide excellent drivability. Chris told us that the dyno testing on the Thumper line has seen some impressive horsepower numbers, and the sound coming through the headers is just wicked!

DAY ONE PHOTO GALLERY

CHECK OUT THE NEXT PAGE FOR COVERAGE FROM DAY TWO!

SEMA SHOW 2006 DAY 2

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Cruising the 2006 SEMA Show, we came across this new item from our friends at GM Performance Parts, a prototype stereo lithographic analysis (SLA) of the next generation of Chevrolet big block engines. This new generation of big cube engines will be able to take parts from either Gen IV or Gen V big block engines, so parts swapping will be no problem. The new big blocks will be initially offered in 454 cid and 502 cid, and will feature the usual high-quality materials and precision machine work GMPP is know for.

SEMA SHOW 2006 DAY 2 PHOTO GALLERY

DAY 3

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While walking the aisles on Day Three of the 2006 SEMA Show, we came across a new item in the Holley booth. Anyone who owns an LT-1 powered C4 Corvette knows how tough it is to mount a pair of tubular exhaust headers inside the C4's engine compartment. Holley's exhaust company, Flowtech, has come out with these bolt-on shorty headers for 92-95 Corvettes. The headers feature 16-gauge tubing for strength and reliability, and come either painted or Flowtech's thermal barrier coating.

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The car care experts at Meguiars' have a special treat in their booth at the SEMA Show this year. Drawing almost as many looks as the new concept Camaro, this new Baldwin Camaro is a hit with the people walking the aisles at SEMA. Watch for more photos of this car in our SEMA Show 2006 wrap-up coverage.

DAY THREE PHOTO GALLERY

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Patrick Hill Oct 25, 2006

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