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Trick Flow’s PowerPort 365 aluminum cylinder heads offer a great combination of big flow and cost effectiveness. Designed to extract as much power from the conventional big block Chevy design as possible, the cylinder heads are ideal for racers that want extra airflow, but don’t necessarily want to go through the hassle and expense of converting to a “Big Chief” style cylinder head.
Bellhousings are equally at home on the street or track.
Jeep did a darn good job designing the JK Wrangler—so good, in fact, that Jeep sells them as fast as they can build ‘em. If there is one area that could use some improvement, it’s in the horsepower department. The factory 3.6L and 3.8L V6 engines are decent but no powerhouses, especially when you add a lift kit and bigger wheels and tires. The engines are also harder to upgrade compared to Jeep’s legendary 4.0L six-cylinder and AMC/Mopar V8 engines.
Add three inches of lift--four inches if you have a two-door JK--and make room for 35 inch tires with a Teraflex Lift Kit. The kits feature Teraflex’s front upper and rear lower FlexArm control arms. The arms are adjustable, allowing you to set front caster and rear pinion angles for proper wheel alignment and rear driveline angle.
Restoring a vintage Jeep or just want to repair your trusty trail rig? Summit Racing has many of the parts and pieces you’ll need from the Jeep folks at Omix-Ada. Here are just a few of the hundreds of parts available to get your Jeep back on its feet, er, tires.
15% more spark energy than the stock coils.
Remember Town and Country radios? Reverb? Under-dash tape decks? Those were on the cutting edge of sound systems when our favorite 1960s musclecar rides were new, but went the way of the dodo bird and leaded gas. Today’s sound systems have cool stuff like iPod and Bluetooth connections, satellite radio compatibility, and built-in amplifiers. And thanks to RetroSound, you can fit that modern tune-ology in your classic ride or musclecar.
You guys with front-wheel drive cars get all the luck. You can get a set of U.S. Wheel Drift Star or Drift Daytona wheels in one of 10 different color combinations:
• Gunmetal with chrome rim
• Black with chrome rim
• Red with chrome rim
• Gold with chrome rim
• White with chrome rim
Are you making around 1,000 horsepower or so? You’ll need one heck of a clutch to handle that much go. Fortunately, Summit Racing has McLeod’s RXT Street Twin Clutch Kits that are designed just for that kind of horsepower.
AED’s 850 and 950 HO Series carburetors are about as close to a custom-tuned carburetor as you can get straight out of the box. The mechanical secondary carburetors are tuned on AED’s computerized wet-flow bench to properly match and balance fuel delivery to all cylinders. That means a better-controlled fuel metering signal and strength for crisp throttle response, great drivability, and killer acceleration at any engine speed.