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SEMA 2014: ROSS Racing Pistons Develops New LT1 Piston

The new LT1 engine is ripe for modification and performance enhancements, but not without a piston that can handle the abuse. That's where ROSS Racing Pistons comes in with their new forged slug - check it out! Read More

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SEMA 2014: Axalta Coating Systems Shines

Water-borne paint is a reality for many regions, and Axalta's Cromax Pro isn't just an alternative to low-VOC solvent-based technology - it's an upgrade! Read More

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SEMA 2014: Miller Electric Sparks Up New Welding Machines

Miller Electric was proud to have live demonstrations of its new Millermatic offerings, including the 141 and 190, at the recent 2014 SEMA Show. Read up on all the stats and specs on these units inside. Read More

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SEMA 2014: Forgeline shows off their Monoblock and Heritage Wheels

Forgeline has been in the wheel business for 20 years. At the SEMA show they were showing off their Monblock and their Heritage line up. We take a look at these popular offerings in this SEMA video. Read More

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One Gnarly C2 – Optima Ultimate Street Car at SEMA 2014

Check out Brian Hobaugh's awesome 1965 Corvette to see what makes it such a competitive car, along with its rich life of racing history. Read More

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SEMA 2014: AkzoNobel Adds A Dash Of Color To Its Display Corvette

AkzoNobel went wild with a new matte tricoat color on their LPE-equipped C7. It's called Ember Orange, and complements the body lines of the supercar in ways that many will find appealing. Check it out! Read More

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SEMA 2014: Auto Custom Carpets Provides Style, Color And Variety

Perfect for those who like working on their own projects, Auto Custom Carpets has been providing custom carpet kits for 38 years. Whether it's a restoration or a restomod that you're working on, ACC has you covered. Read More

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SEMA 2014: Painless Performance Shows Off Chevy, Jeep Electronics

Painless Performance brought along some sweet solutions to problems surrounding first-gen Camaros and late model Jeeps. See more inside. Read More

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SEMA 2014: Kooks Gets New Cars Breathing Right For 2015

Kooks Headers brought its A-game to the 2014 SEMA Show, packing along some awesome exhaust components for both the 2015 Mustang and 2014 C7 Stingray. Check 'em out inside. Read More

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SEMA 2014: STS Turbo Gives C7s Full-Throttle Fun With New Turbo Kits

STS Turbo was all spooled up at the SEMA Show last week, showing us an incredible twin turbo kit for the new C7s. Can you guess how much horsepower their display Stingray makes at the wheels? Click here to find out. Read More

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SEMA 2014: Wipe New Protects And Beautifies Without Oily Residue

These days many car parts are made from plastic, and the sun can damage headlamp lenses and interior trim. Wipe New is a new product based on nano polymers to help beautify and protect your car from the elements. Read More

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SEMA 2014: Mothers Knows Best How To Clean Your Ride

Mothers Polish made waves at this year's SEMA Show, showcasing new ways to restore and refresh classic car trim and headlights. Check out more about these new products inside. Read More

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SEMA 2014: Diablosport Talks About The Future Of The Trinity T1000

Diablosport was all over the new crop of GM and Ford vehicles to come out in 2014, and 2015 models are getting some attention as well. Check out which ones have support from the Trinity T1000 here. Read More

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SEMA 2014: Zeitronix Discusses Advanced, Hardcore Electronics

Zeitronix brought its A-game to SEMA this year, showing off the Zt-2 wideband datalogging system for universal use. Check out all the tricks and surprises this device packs inside such a compact space! Read More

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SEMA 2014: C&R Racing Keeps Your Engine Cool When it Counts

C&R Racing builds high quality products that allow you to keep your car at safe temperatures, which ultimately gives you more available power. Read More

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SEMA 2014: AFE Creates Bolt-On Performance You Can Count On

Advanced Flow Engineering has a great reputation for increasing airflow both in and out of a motor, and now may be able to help with your suspension tuning as well. Read More

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