New Elite Digital gauges from AutoMeter provide you with options to help optimize your instrumentation without compromising on critical performance data necessary to keep your vehicle operating at its best. Elite Digital gauges allow you to view each input independently on the full display, assign one parameter to each portion of the display, or view the differential between monitored channels. Click on over to or call 866.248.6356 for more information.
Holley/MSD is pleased to announce the expansion of Frostbite's Fan/Shroud line, which stands up to the challenging cooling demands of today's high-horsepower street cars and trucks. Now available for popular GM LS swap applications in two versions: Economy and High Performance, these low-profile/high-cfm performance fans improve radiator efficiency and eliminate the parasitic power losses common to ordinary factory-style mechanical fans. You'll find more information at or you can call them at 866.464.6553.
Big Power Valves
Howards Cams has introduced a line of ultra-performance, nitride-treated valves. These Extreme Black valves feature a gloss-black nitride treatment that's engineered for high-rpm and high-horsepower applications, making them ideal for nitrous, turbo, and supercharged engines. For naturally aspirated engines, Extreme Black valves will yield much greater cylinder flow and, therefore, greater horsepower gains. Extreme Black valves are available for many popular cylinder heads. Visit or call 920.233.5228 to see if your vehicle can go Extreme Black.
Strange Engineering now offers SFI-certified chromoly driveshaft assemblies. Each 3-inch and 3 1/2-inch shaft is built with seamless chromoly tubing, TIG welded, straightened, and balanced to make them one of the strongest and most reliable driveshafts on the market. Options include 1350 or 1480 (3 1/2-inch only) series weld ends and U-joints. Strange Engineering also offers a full line of chromoly transmission yokes to complete the driveline assembly. Call Strange Engineering at 847.663.1701 or visit them online at .
Automatic Pistol Grip
Holley is pleased to announce the release of Hurst Pistol Grip Quarter Stick shifters for GM four-speed automatic transmissions. Developed specifically for 700-R4, 4L60, 4L60E, and 4L80E transmissions with forward-shift patterns, they feature controlled-detent activation to prevent missed shifts, reverse lock-out that meets NHRA and IHRA specs, and a neutral-safety switch. Hurst Pistol Grip Quarter Stick shifters come complete with a cable bracket, heavy-duty 5-foot shifter cable, detailed instructions, and all the necessary hardware for a hassle-free installation. Visit or call 866.464.6553 for more information.
Quality Ride + Great Stance
If you're building or driving a 1958-'96 Impala, Bel Air, Biscayne, Caprice, or other fullsize GM muscle car, Aldan American has a full line of suspension performance kits dedicated for your ride. Lower your center of gravity, get the stance you've always wanted, and the ride quality your classic muscle car deserves. Aldan GM fullsize suspension packages are designed to convert your stock front suspension to fully ride-height adjustable coilovers with adjustable shock absorbers in the rear. There is plenty more info at or you can call them direct at 310.834.7478.
Routing fuel, brake, and hydraulic clutch lines in a street rod or restomod can be challenging, especially when the optimum solution involves running them through, instead of around, a framerail. The innovators at Art Morrison Enterprises have come up with an elegant solution to the problem in the form of bulkhead-type fittings designed for use with standard 2-inch-wide framerails. Available in three configurations, the combinations are -3 AN male/-3 AN female, -3 AN male/-3 AN male, and -6 AN male/-6 AN male. Manufactured in-house from premium stainless-steel material, they're impervious to rust and corrosion. Check them out at or call 800.929.7188 for more info.
Digital Stretch Gauge
Applying the proper amount of clamp load to a rod bolt is perhaps the most crucial operation in assembling an engine. Too much or too little torque can lead to engine failure. Measuring bolt stretch provides a 100-percent reliable method of getting the correct clamping load. ARP has taken accuracy to the next level with the introduction of a digital stretch gauge that measures to the ten-thousandths (0.0001-inch). Accurate readings are ensured through opposing ball and pin-type probes, which center on the bolt. For additional information visit or call 800.826.3045 for technical assistance.