Weld Without Pre-Grinding
Classic Industries’ all-new Weld-Thru line makes the task of re-skinning your ride much easier. Instead of the traditional black EDP coating, which must be removed before welding, Weld-Thru products are finished with a special silver weld-through primer, which creates several advantages. Besides the minimal preparation required, Weld-Thru provides corrosion protection between overlapped panels and promotes superior weld characteristics. Heat-zone problems are eliminated, reducing panel distortion and allowing for better penetration into the dense steel, compensating for impurities in the existing sheet metal.
Pull That Dent
You will now be able to easily pull dents thanks to The Eastwood Company’s MIG Stud Weld System. It transforms any Tweco-style MIG into a stud welder. After the pins are welded in place, just pull the metal with the slide hammer, grind the pins, and you are ready for filler. The system includes a nozzle attachment, slide hammer, 100 pins and a slide hammer locking cam.
The Eastwood Company
Back In Black
Rust-oleum is now making the company’s Trim & Bumper Paint in a foam application bottle for easy of use. Little to no masking is required thanks to this new bottle, plus parts can remain in place during painting. Use it to renew OEM black finishes on both plastic and metal. Made for painting trim/moldings, bumpers, mirror covers, and so on, and is nationally VOC compliant.
Performance Suspension Technologies (PST) now offers a complete front coilover system that is bolt-in and will work with either factory stamped steel arms or aftermarket tubular arms. To round out this performance upgrade up front, the company also offers smooth body rear aluminum shocks for the rear. The coilovers feature a lightweight aluminum construction, increased range of ride height adjustment, and 19 positions of compression and rebound adjustment. Springs are made from lightweight high tensile spring steel with multiple ratings offered. Available for A, F, X and now G-body platforms.
Performance Suspension Technologies
Square Port LS Heads
Trick Flow engineers combined the best features of Chevy’s LS3 and LS7 cylinder heads to create the GenX 255 square port cylinder heads for the LS3. Made for 4.000-inch and larger bore engines, the heads feature fully CNC competition ported square port runners, with a premium, high resolution surface finish for maximum airflow and performance potential. The valve angles have been changed from 15-degree to 12-degree to increase piston-to-valve clearance and allow the use of larger camshafts. The coolant holes through the head deck were redesigned to work with all LS head gasket and engine block combinations. Stock LS3 ports accommodate LS3-style intake manifolds and LS9/LSA blower assemblies.
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