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Mark Gearhart Group Editor

Mark has been a big fan of drag racing, going to his first NHRA race in the late 80s. In 1995 he started photographing drag races at his once local track, Bradenton Motorsports Park. He became hooked and shot virtually every series that ever visited the track until 2007 when he moved to California to begin working for Power Automedia, where in 2008 he became the founding editor for their first online magazines.


Beginning with the caliper, Moser Engineering designed a competition race series four piston aluminum anodized forged billet caliper made of 6061 T6 billet aluminum instead of cast. Stainless steel piston and Teflon coated one piece bleeder screws are included in the design with dual crossover ports.

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To help combat those tight engine bays, Turbosmart has introduced a redesigned, smaller version of their Race Port blow off valve, called the Vee-Port PRO. Designed for motors up to 300 hp (or 600 hp if you add two) these Vee-Port PRO BOVs were re-designed from the ground up, and are 20% smaller and 33% lighter.

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Now to help cut the costs of their fuel cells for people that don’t need a pump that can handle 1000 hp, Aeromotive will begin to option the cells with a 340 Stealth pump as well. The 340 Stealth pump should support 500-600 hp, depending on induction type.

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Think back…remember all the gauges? It was like sitting in the cockpit of a commercial airliner. Between the tuning and gauges cost, you were knee deep in a second mortgage on your house. Finally (thank god) technology has caught up, and being a muscle car enthusiasts in the 21st century is the best place to be

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SCT has revolutionized the market with the introduction of their new SCT iTSX tuner. It works with iPhones, iPads, and iPods and has a bunch of new features that include tuning, performance calculators, data logging, and trouble code detection! Plus custom tune loading gets easier.

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First up is Weld’s new Sportsman Drag Series wheel. The cost savings comes with Weld’s welded modular construction versus the typical bolt together style found in the Pro Drag Series. Also for you higher offset wheel guys, like F-body Camaros and S197 Mustangs, Weld now has a bead-loc wheel for you.

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DiabloSport had their tuner designed to replace the Predator, the InTune, on display at SEMA. This product looks like a mini iPhone and features one part number for all applications, 1GB of internal memory for datalogging, scanner, and custom tuning capability. Also on display was their top shelf tuner – Trinity

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New to Dart’s SHP line is a cast A356-T6 aluminum small block Chevy cylinder head that is designed to work with most off the shelf components, and features 180cc or 200cc intake runners. Also, Dart’s High Performance Assembly Lube is designed for mechanics and technicians to pre-lube bearings, cams, lifters, etc.

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For the enthusiast who wants to be heard, Flowmaster introduces the Outlaw Axle-back exhaust system for popular late-model muscle car applications. This Outlaw Axle-back system is the most aggressive sounding system to date, even louder than the American Thunder series.

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When it comes to monitoring and tuning high performance vehicles, you can never have enough sensors. AEM Electronics is one of those companies that have been making standalones for over a decade, and they just released their baddest EMS ever – the Infinity-10.

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RacePak’s SmartWire solid state distribution center has the ability to handle up to 125 amps of current draw. This means no more relays or fuses, and fully programmable functions over everything the SmartWire is wired to.

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No more worrying about cables, dongles or other bulky items; the iTSX fits in the palm of your hand and fits neatly onto the vehicle’s OBD-II where it transmits the vehicle’s information directly to an Apple device and has the ability to tune, data log, and a myriad of other features.

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Say, who likes free stuff? Why sure, we all do. But how about a free car? Now you’re speaking our language. Nitto Tire is doing exactly that, and they’re doing it – of all places – on Facebook. Nitto is giving away one of nine different cars with a choice of nine different wheel and tire options!

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AEM’s new Dyno-Shaft allows you to monitor horsepower and torque numbers constantly as you drive, allowing you to test your car in the elements everyday! Also, their new Boost/Wideband FailSafe Gauge ensures you never lean out and detonate your engine!

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Installing short shifters in cars is something muscle car enthusiasts have been doing since the dawn of motoring time. It is one of the simplest ways to get down the track faster by reducing the amount of travel between each gear’s gate.

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We remember when paddle shifters only came on F1 cars and video games. Now Hurst makes paddle shifter options for both the new Camaro and popular late model Chrysler vehicles, with 2011+ Mustang applications coming soon.

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