Performance Business - May '13

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Muscle Car Superchargers Turbocharger Covers Thermal Control Products, Concord, N.C., offers its Turbocharger Covers featuring high insulation values. The turbo covers consist of ceramic insulation with a silica base. Wire mesh can be added to create an air gap to prevent the cover from coming into direct contact with the heat source. Installation options include D-rings or grommets with SS band ties, and the covers can be designed to exact specification requirements. Ctek1.indd 1 PBMAY 2.indd 17 Kenne Bell, Rancho Cucamonga, Calif., introduces a full line of Twin Screw Liquid-Cooled Mammoth Supercharger Kits for the 5.7-, 6.1- and 6.4-liter Dodge Challenger/Charger, 6.2-liter Camaro SS and 1996-2013 4.6- and 5.0-liter Mustangs and Cobras. The company also offers 2.8-, 3.6- and 4.2-liter upgrade kits to replace the smaller OEM Eaton 1.9-, 2.1- and 2.3-liter superchargers on the Shelby, Cobra, Lightning and ZL1 Camaro. The new patent-pending LC (liquid-cooled) superchargers lower air charge and oil temperatures while increasing longevity. Heat Shields Vibrant Performance, Mississauga, Ont., and DCI Performance Products of Australia introduce DCI's range of heat shielding products. Lightweight, easy to install, cost-effective and recyclable, the SHEETHOT and SHEETHOT EXTREME lines protect vehicles and components from heat damage and prevent heat transfer to the vehicle's interior. The SHEETHOT EXTREME range of composite heat shields include universal sheets as well as preformed turbo shields, engine mount shields and starter motor shield kits that protect up to 1,830 degrees. May 2013 n 11/8/12 2:29 PM Performance Business n 17 3/29/13 9:53 AM

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