The latest roller to come off the Schott Wheels CNC machine is called the Sprocket. The Sprocket is a blend of classic styling combined with state of the art manufacturing. The three-piece wheel is offered in 18-, 19-, 20-, and 22-inch diameters with multiple finishes and widths available. Here the Sprocket is featured with hand brushed spokes and polished windows. Each wheel is custom built to order, so getting just what you need for your project should not be a problem.
Extra Tall, Extra Long
Harwood Industries announces the development of its latest hood for '68-74 Chevy II and Novas. The cowl induction lift-off hood features a 5-inch cowl that sweeps back all the way to the windshield. Harwood's hood includes a cowl panel, thus doing away with factory cowl panel and wipers. The hood is available only as a lift-off, and can be installed with Harwood's Dzus fastener kit.
Harwood Industries, Inc.
Trick Flow has teamed up with Magnuson to offer supercharger systems for carbureted small-block Chevy applications. At the core of the system is the Magnuson MP122 supercharger with helical rotors and special port geometry. The system is available for pre-'87 small-blocks with long or short water pumps, and '87-and-later small-blocks with Vortec cylinder heads and a short water pump.
Trick Flow Specialties
Keep that Camaro Cool
This direct-fit '67-69 Camaro ultra high-efficiency radiator from CFR Performance features all-aluminum furnace brazed construction with dual 1-inch rows in a 3-inch thick core. This radiator utilizes a superior thermal transfer cross flow design capable of cooling up to 850-hp motors. Additional features include built-in brackets utilizing factory mounting location, a built-in transmission cooler with 1/4-inch NPT fittings, and a billet filler neck.
The Church Arm for '62-67 Novas improves the geometry for a better camber curve and better traction without excessive tire wear. The DOM tube arms feature billet cross shafts that relocate the inner pivot point, and F/K chromoly, teflon-lined rod ends. They also come with all-new ball joints from Howe Racing that will withstand 50 percent more load than the original ball joint design, and are completely serviceable. There is a 1/2-inch of setback to the upper arm allowing for front fender lip clearance.
Church Boys Racing