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November '19

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100 THE SHOP NOVEMBER 2019 Dyno Data Acquisition Mustang Dynamometer, Twinsburg, Ohio, introduces its JBOX that handles all peripheral data acquisition needs in one compact solution. The JBOX accommodates rpm, air-fuel, MAP, two TTL K-type temperature inputs and six spare analog inputs in one easy-to-connect junction box that can be located near the vehicle. It also includes a precision weather station, and connects to a Mustang HoleShot server or Powerdyne desktop PC via the included USB cable. Connect the JBOX to the vehicle's 12-volt auxiliary input port or use the optional AC/DC power adaptor. Water Wetter Red Line Synthetic Oil, Benicia, California, offers WaterWetter, designed to lower coolant temperatures by as much as 20 degrees while simultaneously protecting against harmful rust and corrosion. Originally designed for racing applications, the technology is also now available for use in everyday applications. Wait for the engine to cool down, remove the radiator or expansion tank cap and pour in the appropriate amount— one bottle for a typical automotive cooling system. Mustang Organic Twin-Disc Clutch Kit Exedy Globalparts, Van Buren Township, Michigan, presents its Street Racing (SR) Series Organic Twin-Disc Clutch kit for 2006-'10 Mustang GT 4.6-liter and 2011-'17 Ford Mustang GT 5.0-liter Coyote applications. The first in the company's SR Series, the kit has a new nickel- plated ductile material cover and pressure plate, floating strap drive, patented Ultra Fiber discs and dowel pin alignment. The SR Cover/PP allows for an increased torque-holding capacity of 900 foot-pounds, while the floating strap drive ensures consistent engagement and disengagement. PERFORMANCE PRODUCTS

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