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1.3-gallon Lightweight Quiet Air Compressor and more New parts for your Super Chevy

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John Gilbert Jan 31, 2018
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Easy Wind
Campbell Hausfeld expands its line of Quiet Compressors with the new 1.3-gallon Lightweight Quiet Air Compressor. Great for drying wet dogs and ideal for inflation, hobby painting, stapling and fastening, this low-noise compressor offers portability and longer life. Weighing just 29 pounds and delivering a maximum of 125 psi, the 1.3-gallon quiet compressor can be easily transported around the jobsite, garage, workshop or house. Small-scale contractors can tote it to and from jobsites without hassle. The slim suitcase design assists with portability and storing in tight places. The design of the Quiet Compressors produces about half the sound output of conventional air compressors at just 68 decibels.
Campbell Hausfeld
800.543.6400
campbellhausfeld.com

002 Super Chevy Bmr Suspension Koni Handling Package 2/3

Koni Maroni
BMR Suspension says, “Improve overall handling in your 2010-’15 Camaro with a Koni handling package from BMR Suspension.” These kits consist of Koni Sport yellow shocks and struts (adjustable), BMR lowering springs (SP077), and BMR sway bar kit (SB030, SB037, or SB039 depending on year). The Koni Handling Packages (KHP354, KHP355, KHP356, KHP357) lower the center of gravity and dramatically decrease body roll to increase the cornering capabilities and stability of your 2010-’15 Camaro. The adjustable sway bars (Level 2 packages) allow you to tune the under/oversteer characteristics of your Camaro. This allows you to achieve the perfect feel and balance for any performance-driving situation.
BMR Suspension
813.986.9302
bmrsuspension.com

003 Super Chevy Con2r Quick Set Instrument Calibration 3/3

What a Concept
Con2R introduces their Quick-Set instrument calibration system. At its heart is a programmed thumb drive that carries the information required to get perfect calibration between your instruments and your powertrain. With Quick-Set, you first enter the known values from your drivetrain on your computer with the Con2R provided thumb drive in place. You then move the thumb drive to the PCB that drives your Con2R instrument set. The next step, which is required only if you find there is a need to adjust an instrument reading, is to simply remove the thumb drive, put it back in your computer and adjust the values as required to be perfectly calibrated.
Concept to Reality
503.626.6390
con2r.com

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