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QA1 Offers Additional Sway Bars for Multiple Applications

Lakeville, MN [November 2, 2015] – QA1 is proud to introduce new front sway bars for the following applications: 1970-1981 Camaros; 1963-1982 Corvettes; and 1967-1972 Mopar A-Body, 1966-1972 Mopar B-Body and 1970-1974 Mopar E-Body vehicles.

The Camaro sway bars are made using 1 3/8” O.D. 4130 chromoly steel, while the Corvette and Mopar sway bars are made using 1 ¼” O.D. 4130 chromoly steel. These hollow sway bars are designed to improve performance and handling by giving your chassis the stability it needs to keep your tires planted on the road. A gloss black powder coated finish is applied, providing lasting durability and corrosion resistance. The sway bars also include greasable polyurethane bushings and high quality plated hardware.

QA1 Introduces Higher Horsepower REV™ Series Carbon Fiber Driveshafts

Lakeville, MN [July 9, 2015] – QA1 is proud to introduce higher horsepower designs with its REV™ Series Carbon Fiber Driveshafts. Available for vehicles with up to 2000 horsepower with a max torque of 1500 lb*ft, these driveshafts are now offered in a 3.7” diameter with 1350 U-joints and slip yoke options to fit a variety of popular applications as well as custom configurations.

QA1 launched the REV™ Series earlier this year with lightweight performance driveshafts offered in a 3.2” diameter with 1310 U-joints and designed for vehicles with up to 750 horsepower with a max torque of 500 lb*ft. With the addition of these higher horsepower driveshafts, the REV™ Series now provides a variety of custom-made driveshafts that are specifically engineered for desired applications.

QA1 Expands Front Pro Coil System Offerings to Include 1958-1996 GM B-Body Vehicles and 1963-1982 Corvettes

Lakeville, MN [November 2, 2015] – QA1 is excited to add bolt-in front coil-over conversion kits for 1963-1982 Corvettes and for 1958-1996 full-size GM vehicles, including Impalas, Bel Airs, and Caprices.

QA1 Front Pro Coil Systems include adjustable aluminum shocks, high travel springs and all necessary mounting hardware. These shocks have a threaded body that allows for ride height adjustability from stock to -2 inches. Multiple spring rate options are also available to choose from for casual street driving to hardcore autocrossing or drag racing.

QA1 Expands 62 Series Shock Offerings

Lakeville, MN [November 2, 2015] – QA1 has now expanded its offerings of the popular 62 Series twin tube aluminum shocks to include 5”, 6” and 8” lengths. Commonly used on dirt and asphalt late models and tour-type and pavement modifieds, these shocks provide superior feel to the driver and can increase grip on traction-limited surfaces.

“These additional lengths fill a demand for more racers to be able to use the 62 Series,” says Marshall Fegers, QA1 Circle Track Product Manager. “We’ve had a lot of requests from asphalt modified racers in particular that we wanted to accommodate. Testing these shocks has gone extremely well this year so we’re excited to get them on the market.”

QA1 Adds Front Control Arms and Rear Trailing Arms to GM A-Body Suspension Offerings

Lakeville, MN [November 2, 2015] – QA1 is excited to announce an expansion of their offerings for 1973-1977 GM A-Body vehicles with their new front upper and lower control arms and rear upper and lower trailing arms. Together, these products provide better handling for drivers with a Chevelle, Monte Carlo, Cutlass, Regal or other GM A-Body.

QA1’s front control arms are available in street and race configurations. The street arms, great on vehicles for cruising and long distance events, use a factory replacement ball joint and polyurethane pivot bushings. The race arms utilize a low friction QA1 Ball Joint and low friction, low deflection UHMW polyethylene pivot bushings, providing added performance for drag racing, pro-touring and hard core street applications. Both feature tubular construction and a durable black powder coated design.

FUNDING SUCCESS FOR BRITISH MANUFACTURER SETS UP SEMA LAUNCH OF NEW LIGHTWEIGHT CARBON AUTO WHEEL

Dymag, the British wheel company that developed the world’s first carbon composite auto wheel to SAE and BS standards, is launching its first new auto wheel for 10 years at SEMA 2015.

The company that became famous for making wheels to supply F1 and IndyCar racing teams and legends such as Ayrton Senna, Nigel Mansell and Alain Prost, will unveil its new carbon composite wheel on their exhibitor stand (booth number 91112) and in the New Products Showcase.

The launch comes hot on the heels of Dymag’s announcement that it has won £7.1m (USD 11m) UK government funding which will help the company to realise its ambitions to significantly reduce manufacturing process cycle times and enable high volume production of carbon composite auto and motorcycle wheels for the first time from a UK based purpose built site.

Automotive Art's Warp Speed Clear -

When you absolutely must get it out the shop today – Automotive Art’s Warp Clear, is the solution

Automotive Art launches its Warp Speed Clear at the SEMA show. This is amazing European clear -

Dries in minutes
Can be polished in under and hour
High Solid
Simple 2:1 Mixing Ratio
Does not die back
Incredible adhesion
Best of all its LOW VOC

Automotive Art’s Chairman Dereck Foster pointed out that with the state-of the-art technology used to produce this clear, performance is not compromised to achieve the super fast drying time.

Visit Automotive Art at SEMA booth #11017
Call 1 (888) 815-2278
Email: sales@automotiveartpaints.com
Visit: www.automototiveartpaints.com

Race Ramps Introduces New 72 Inch 2-Stage Incline Ramps

ESCANABA, MI - Oct. 28, 2015 - Race Ramps, manufactured by Brute Technologies, introduces their new 72 Inch 2-Stage Incline Ramps (RR-72-2) which will make its debut at the SEMA Show (Central Hall Booth #21227). Entered into the SEMA Show’s New Product Showcase, the 72 Inch 2-Stage Incline Ramps combine the versatility of their 56 Inch 2-Piece Service Ramps (RR-56-2) with its supplemental Extenders (RR-EX-12) for ultra-low clearance vehicles into a single product.

The 72 Inch 2-Stage Incline Ramps are designed to eliminate the need for extenders as the elongated design of the ramp has made the accommodation. The ramps measure 72” L x 12” W x 8” H and accommodate tire widths up to 10” and supports 3,000 lbs. per set. The new ramp design reduces the approach angle to 6.8-degrees. Once a vehicle is loaded, the 2-piece design allows for the ramp portion to be removed, providing more side access.

Presta Products Welcomes You to Fabulous Finishing Products at The SEMA Show!

Presta Products Welcomes You to Fabulous Finishing Products at The SEMA Show!

Barberton, OH,– Presta Products a division of Malco Products, Inc., is exhibiting at The SEMA Show in the Collision Repair & Refinish area- North Hall at the Las Vegas Convention Center November 3-6, 2015.

In Presta booth # 11261, automotive professionals will see over 13 new and innovative products, two new demonstrations, learn more about available I-CAR® Training Alliance™ courses from Presta and meet key staff. One of the new demonstrations is the launch of an innovative buffing compound engineered especially for today’s toughest clears. For more fun, booth visitors can learn about Presta products and try their luck at a game of Presta Plinko.

See How Rotary Lift Two-Post TRIO™ Arms Make Lifting Vehicles Easier at SEMA Show

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See How Rotary Lift Two-Post TRIO™ Arms Make Lifting Vehicles Easier at SEMA Show

New arm design is one of many lift innovations that will be on display

Madison, Ind. (Oct. 28, 2015) – SEMA Show attendees can see firsthand how easy it is to set up Rotary Lift’s new SPOA10TRIO two-post lift with exclusive TRIO™ Arms. Introduced in September, the lift’s new arms feature a proprietary three-stage design in a two-piece package that reduces the amount of telescoping needed to engage a vehicle’s pick-up points. The new arms accept three types of Rotary Lift adapters, so technicians can choose the right style for any application.

The SPOA10TRIO lift will be on display in Rotary Lift booth #10239 in the North Hall Tools & Equipment section at the SEMA Show, which takes place Nov. 3-6 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

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