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October '19

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OCTOBER 2019 THE SHOP 33 Wrangler Power Module Superchips, Ogden, Utah, offers the Pulsar power module for 3.6-liter Jeep JL Wrangler applications. The all-new inline module connects directly to the factory computer and does not require any removal or swap of the PCM, providing access to power, tire and gear calibration options and instant throttle response. Digital Dash Cables AEM Electronics, Hawthorne, California, presents plug-and-play CAN bus Communication Harnesses that convert the data stream from the serial data ports on AEM Series 1, Hondata KPro1-3 and MoTeC M4/M48/ M8/MLS/M2R programmable ECUs into AEMdata CAN bus for display and logging on CD Carbon Digital Dash Displays. The adapter cables provide a one-plug connection and are configured in DashDesign 2.0 software to import, making them easy to set up and configure. C10 Front Coil-Over Kits Aldan American, Carson, California, offers Coil-Over Conversion Kits for 1963-'87 Chevrolet/GMC C10 truck applications. Made in the USA, the kits include everything needed to fully convert the front C10 factory suspension to adjustable coil-over shocks and springs with POL upper and lower tubular control arms. They feature single- or double-adjustable shocks and allow 1-2 inches of lowering plus spindle drop for stance and handling improvements. Muscle Car Handling Package UMI Performance, Philipsburg, Pennsylvania, presents its Power Tour Package to improve muscle car handling. Components are designed to work together for a comfortable-yet-performance-minded ride. The kit features tubular upper and lower control arms, springs, shocks, sway bars, trailing arms and frame braces. Benefits include improved camber curve and increased caster while maintaining the factory wheelbase. For a free catalog and a distributor near you: (901) 396-5782 Info@performancedistributors.com www.performancedistributors.com

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