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TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. (October 30, 2014) – Less than two weeks before the SCORE International 47th Annual Tecate Baja 1000, the No. 1031 Radar Tires Class 10 Alumni Craft Buggy will try its luck in Las Vegas during the 2014 Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show on Nov. 4-7 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
Co-driven by Mike Johnson, Mike Majesky and Brent Fletcher, the No. 1031 Radar Tires Class 10 Racing Buggy is one of the main attractions of the SCORE International Baja 1000 Experience in Booth V426. The buggy displayed is the same racing machine that won the 2013 Mojave Off-Road Racing Enthusiasts (MORE) New Years 200 and back-to-back SCORE Baja 500 races (2013-2014) for a total of six podium finishes in eight races.
If you have been to the SEMA Show in the past several years chances are you have seen at least one of the many custom cars Mitch Kelly at Kelly and Sons of Bellflower, CA have built. They have become known for show-stopping projects from their flawless paint work down to the smallest details. The 1970 Camaro to be revealed in the Ron Francis Wiring booth (booth #25075) will surely be no exception.
The 1970 Camaro pro-touring resto rod has undergone a complete transformation. Nearly every surface has received custom treatment with only a few small parts remaining unmodified. Some of the main features include a Lingenfelter supercharged 700 hp LSA motor. This is attached to a 6L90 transmission with paddle shift. Detroit Speed provides the running gear, with of course Ron Francis Wiring complete electrical.
LAS VEGAS – WD-40 Company and PowerNation are teaming up to build a custom, off-road Jeep that will debut at the SEMA Show in November and be given away to one lucky sweepstakes winner in June 2015.
The custom 1990 Jeep Wrangler YJ, dubbed the WD-40® Specialist® Xtreme Machine, has an aluminum body and tube chassis and is equipped with an LS engine, 42-inch tires and coilovers all the way around. At the show, it will be located at featured vehicle spot NL04 in the hallway outside of the North Hall.
PowerNation, a two-hour block of four automotive shows that air on NBC Sports Network, SpikeTV, the CBS Sports Network, PowerNationTV.com and the PowerNationTV app, includes “Xtreme Off-Road,” “Engine Power,” “Truck Tech” and “Detroit Muscle.” The WD-40 Specialist Xtreme Machine vehicle build will be featured on two episodes of “Xtreme Off-Road” in January 2015, with a sweepstakes to give away the vehicle running Jan. 2 – May 31, 2015.
The “Trail Seeker” Jeep Project
Mountain biking and Jeep enthusiasts asked to contribute ideas for the ultimate weekend adventure vehicle.
(Lindenhurst, Illinois) - - What would you do, if someone asked your advice on how to create a vehicle that would support a weekend full of mountain biking action? How big would the tires be? What would the interior look like? Would it need an upgraded sound system to keep friends entertained on long trips? What about storage space, exterior color, or a lifted suspension? What about off-road lighting or on-board tools for trail-side repairs?
WELD Racing Teams Up with RacingJunk.com to Give Away a Customized 2014 Chevrolet Silverado at the SEMA Show
Kansas City, Mo. – WELD Racing (WELD), manufacturers of WELD Racing Wheels, has teamed up with RacingJunk.com to create a year-long promotion and contest to mark the website’s 15 year anniversary. At the 2013 Performance Racing Industry trade show in Indianapolis, Ind., RacingJunk.com announced a partnership with WELD Racing to give away a 2014 Chevrolet Silverado 4x4 Extended Cab and a trip to the 2014 Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show in Las Vegas to one lucky winner.
The truck has been modified with aftermarket components and has spent the last year traveling around the country appearing at shows and events like the Charlotte Auto Fair, the Hot Rod Power Tour, NASCAR Coke 600, NHRA 4-Wide Nationals and Knoxville Nationals. The truck will make its final stop at SEMA where it will appear in the WELD Racing booth, #24957, for the duration of the show.
For Release: October 23, 2014
Contact: Steve Heye
Heatshield Products will be featuring the world’s first 30” turbine powered at the SEMA show.
Las Vegas, NV –Heatshield Products is proud to announce the presence of Voodoo Bikeworks turbine powered bike as seen on History Channel’s Bike Battleground Phoenix.
Heatshield Products helped out Kody and his crew with our Inferno Wrap. It was the only wrap Kody found that could tame the heat of his 30” turbine powered bagger. Taming the heat was absolutely critical to this build. An extreme heat power plant required the ultimate in exhaust wrap. It even thrived the oil leak and fire that ensued shortly after. When it had to go down for an attitude adjustment to the turbine, Kody was able to unwrap the wrap without it falling apart. Stop on by say high and check out on hot bike and see how it keeps it’s cool.
Torque Trends, Inc. of Surprise, AZ debuts their just converted product demo vehicle the e-Miata Roadster. This is a "plug in electric" or sometimes refered to as a "battery electric vehicle" (BEV) conversion created specifically for showing and demonstrating their newest gearbox the ev-Torque Box. The ev-Torque Box is being shown for the first time here at SEMA 2014 in the New Products Section of the show.
The e-Miata is a restoration, a customization and an electric conversion all rolled into one very fast Roadster. The 0 to 60 is 3.9 sec.
Over the last 6 months, the build process of the MagnaFlow Team Support Vehicle (MF-TSV) has been documented on the MavTV show “Chop Cut Rebuild.”
“Over the course of 10 successful seasons, Chop Cut Rebuild has relied numerous times on the team at MagnaFlow to deliver quality products and interesting content for our series. Without fail, MagnaFlow has come through every time with ‘above the bar’ products and service. No matter if it’s Ford, Chevrolet, or even a Bricklin, MagnaFlow can, and does, deliver the performance exhaust products we need season after season.” - Dan Woods, Executive Producer/Host, Chop Cut Rebuild
August 27, 2014- Silent Running (www.sr-car.com) teams up with BareSpeed and Good Mark to bring a new concept to the feature vehicles display. Unlike other display vehicles at SEMA, this 67 Mustang build will feature no interior accessories in order to showcase the benefits of using Silent Running.
Clarence Chan, owner of Bare Speed says, “I saw this car and thought, this is going to be amazing! Everyone else saw this car and just laughed at me. Most people said it needs to be scrapped. I then spoke to Silent Running and told them about the project. They loved the idea, they had not seen the car though. After they saw the first pictures, they were speechless, “Are you sure we can do this by SEMA?” The next call was to Goodmark- I spoke to them about the car and they loved the idea. They knew exactly what I was talking about and agreed it was a great idea.”
MagnaFlow knows performance, and so does the team at APR Performance. So, when it came time to pick a partner for building a 2014 Corvette Stingray to be featured in the MagnaFlow booth, APR’s track and race proven success with the C6 Z06 ZR1 line made them a solid choice for partnership. Watching their process of development for an all-new line of components, designed specifically for the C7 platform reinforced that decision.
“We chose to work with MagnaFlow because they are a top vehicle exhaust system manufacturer. Their exhaust has provided the greatest performance and the right sound we needed for this Corvette Stingray project." – APR Performance Marketing Manager, KC Chou