By Fredy Ramirez
The SEMA Data Co-op (SDC) is “data central” for hundreds of specialty parts brands, representing millions of part numbers and tens of millions of vehicle applications. Created by SEMA, the SDC is the definitive, industry-owned and -operated centralized data repository, complete with a comprehensive set of online data management tools.
The product releases below are from SEMA members who are also part of the SDC at the the Bronze, Silver, Gold or Platinum level. Learn more about the SDC at www.semadatacoop.org.
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Heidts Independent Rear Suspension
Heidts has released a bolt-on independent rear suspension for the '67–‘72 and ‘73–‘87 Chevy C-10. The kit is designed to work with both longbed and shortbed applications and a longbed-to-shortbed conversion. The kit is engineered to allow for a wide tire and lower ride height without sacrificing ride quality while providing improved handling.
Mishimoto Performance Aluminum Radiator
Mishimoto introduces a performance aluminum radiator for the ’14–‘19 Chevrolet Corvette. The radiator’s all-aluminum design features a 2-in.-thick core sporting two rows of coolant channels and an increase in fin surface area by 135%. It is designed to get a 5° F drop in outlet temperatures throughout the powerband. The all-aluminum end tanks are engineered for durability and performance gains.
Flowmaster FlowFX Cat-Back Exhaust System
Flowmaster announces the release of new a stainless-steel performance exhaust system for the 2020 Jeep Gladiator. The system is designed with a 3-in. mandrel-bent tube flowing into the FlowFX "straight through" performance muffler. The mandrel-bent tailpipe exits behind the passenger-side rear tire and is finished off with a 4.50-in. black ceramic-coated exhaust tip embossed with the Flowmaster logo.
Hooker Blackheart Dual Through-Crossmember Exhaust System
Hooker Blackheart releases a 304 stainless-steel LS/LT engine swap exhaust system for the ’67 — ‘72 Chevy/GMC C10. The system is designed to be compatible with rear-mounted fuel tanks, wide rear wheels/tires and specific aftermarket rear panhard/track bars. The exhaust is engineered to fit with coil-spring rear suspensions only (stock or aftermarket).