Chassisworks Canister Works
Chris Alston’s Chassisworks recently announced a top-quality, billet aluminum vent canister system for gas tanks, rearends, and transmissions. The black-anodized canister and base assembly measures a compact 2.5 inches in diameter and 5.0 inches in length and can be neatly surface mounted inside the trunk with the vent exposed outside the vehicle, or bracket mounted inside or outside the vehicle. The billet aluminum canister’s robust construction makes for a reliable addition to any race car, Pro Street, or Pro Touring build.
Chris Alston’s Chassisworks
Tri-Five Coilover Conversion
Performance Online (POL) recently introduced a new series of tubular control arm and coilover kits. The control arms include bumpstops and have improved ball joint clearances. Applications include 1955-’57 Chevy Bel Air, 1964-’67 Chevelle A-Body, and 1968-’72 Chevelle. POL’s all-new conversion kit includes Aldan American front coilover Phantom Series single-adjustable coilovers, and says their complete coilover kit “delivers superior handling and ride quality, producing a drastic improvement over stock suspension systems.”
Performance Online, Inc.
Soft, Yet Firm Corvette
Energy Suspension recently announced it has motor mounts available for the 1984-’96 Corvette C4. Energy Suspension’s Hyper-Flex polyurethane motor mounts greatly reduce the torque movement of the engine and drivetrain during acceleration, resulting in improved transfer of horsepower to the rear of the car. Soft enough for the street but firm enough for the track, Energy Suspension’s motor mounts will outlast and outperform factory rubber mounts, and are at home on street- and track-driven vehicles alike.