Performance & Hotrod Business - July '15

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July 2015 n Performance & Hotrod Business n 83 Low-Pressure Regulator Aeromotive Inc., Lenexa, Kansas, introduces an Extra-Low-Pressure, Carbureted Regulator. The high-quality, high-flow regulator is suitable for low-pressure applications including classic Weber, Mikuni, Dellorto, Solex and other side-draft-style carburetors. With an adjustable range between 1.5-5 psi and a soft-seat-style valve designed to eliminate pressure creep, racers and enthusiasts can take advantage of high-flow fuel pumps with 15-20 psi of line pressure without fear of flooding. The regulator features a unique body design. Chevelle Body Mount Set Energy Suspension, San Clemente, California, introduces its Body Mount Set with Hardware for 1968-'72 Chevrolet Chevelle applications. The polyurethane body mount sets come complete with zinc-coated hardware to properly and safely keep A-bodies straight, and are available for 2- and 4-door models including convertibles. The body mounts provide improved tear-resistance and withstand undercar contaminants such as car fluids, road salt and atmospheric conditions. Made in America, they are available in black or red polyurethane. Manual Circular Cold Saw Scotchman Industries, Philip, South Dakota, presents its American-made CPO 350 Circular Cold Saw. Features include a double-clamping, self-centering vise that provides burr-free, high-quality parts, a double-reduction gearbox, and a chip drawer. The saw has 135-degree mitering ability and a miter-locking device that automatically stops at 45-degrees left, 90-degrees straight and 45-degrees right. A two-speed motor that utilizes up to a 14-inch-diameter blade gives it a 4-7/8-inch OD round capacity. Camaro Subframe & Suspension Speedtech Performance USA, St. George, Utah, introduces all-new front Subframe & Suspension packages for 1967-'81 Camaros and 1968-'74 Novas to go with the company's new ExtReme chassis for C10s, 1955-'57 Chevys and GM A-bodies. Speedtech contracted veteran race chassis builder Ron Sutton to help optimize the ExtReme suspen- sion for improved handling, steering and driving.

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