Weld Racing introduces the RT-S line of forged aluminum wheels. The two designs: S71, a traditional “Weld-Star” design, and the S74, a sophisticated multi-spoke design, make up the initial RT-S style offering. Wheel sizes range from 15 x 3.5 in to 20 x 17.5 inches. Forged from primary aluminum alloys in the USA, the wheels polish to a brilliant shine and resist oxidation better than other alloys. Capable of handling 1200 hp, 1.2-second 60-ft times, 1,580lb loads, and very high speeds, these wheels are the answer to today’s powerful and sophisticated hot rods and street machines. For more information contact Weld Racing at 800-788-9353 or visit www.weldracing.com
Through their gStreet line of performance steering and suspension products, Chassisworks now offers complete steering linkage kits for ’68- 81 Camaros to replace the factory centerlink, idler arm, and tie rod assemblies. Quality OEM-style components are used in addition to Chassisworks’ billet adjuster sleeves and bump-steer kit. The bump-steer kit replaces the factory outer tie rod and adjusting sleeve with an extended, billet-steel sleeve and high-strength, 4130-body rod end. The tapered stud, along with a selection of shims, enable vertical adjustment of the outer pivot point at the steering arm allowing for improved steering predictability. For more details visit www.cachassisworks.com or call them at 888-388-0205.
Third-Gen Keyless Ignition System
Flaming River’s third-generation Keyless Ignition System incorporates a fob docking station for more reliable starting and additional security. The new system also incorporates a keyless vehicle entry system complete with door lock actuators and is made in the USA. The third-generation keyless ignition system includes, ignition and RKE fob, one master and three remote door lock actuators, antenna assembly, push button ignition, relay pack, control module, and door actuator mounting hardware. For more information call Flaming River at 866-815-3678 or visit them online at www.flamingriver.com/camaro
Chevy owners can now upgrade their valve covers for less with Summit Racing Die-Cast Logo valve covers. Available in hot orange or old-school black, the valve covers feature popular emblems and lettering to transform the look of any Chevy engine. The standard small- and big-block Chevy valve covers include the famous Bow Tie emblem and lettering. Crafted in the USA from high-grade aluminum, the valve covers will clear most roller rockers, and they feature installed oil baffles. Small Chevy and 383 stroker valve covers are priced at $144.95; big Chevy covers are priced at $249.95. For more information call 800-230-3030 or visit www.summitracing.com
The Holley cast aluminum Modular Hi-Ram Intake System fits GM LS3/L92 engines and is introduced as a cost-effective alternative to fabricated sheetmetal for high-performance applications where induction system height is not limited. The base is a modular design built to accept a wide range of carbureted and EFI tops. There are four tops. A forward-mount throttle body style, dual 4150, dual 4500, and a blank top to machine for any induction style. The LS Hi-Ram Intake System is intended for use on naturally aspirated or forced-induction engines in the 6.0 to 7.0-plus liter range with max power at 7,000-8,000-plus rpm. For more information call Holley at 270-781-9741 or visit them on the web at www.holley.com
The easiest and most efficient way to give a first-gen Camaro sports car-like handling is to install this new three-piece GT-Sport chassis package from Art Morrison Enterprises. Given that Camaros were manufactured at multiple factories, and there is just enough difference between them to prevent employing a common frame, AME’s engineering team solved the problem by designing a modular chassis that allows the builder to position and weld the subframe connectors to best fit the floor pan of each individual vehicle. The front subframe is bolt-in. Awesome handling is ensured through use of a C6 ‘Vette front suspension with forged aluminum control arms and choice of a triangulated 4-bar or 3-link rear suspension with Watts linkage. Strange Engineering adjustable coil-overs are used at the corners, with anti-sway bars also employed front and rear. With mini-tubs, there’s room to run 335 rear tires. For additional information visit AME’s website at www.ArtMorrison.com, or call them toll-free at 800-929-7188.