November '19

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80 THE SHOP NOVEMBER 2019 2020 JEEP GLADIATOR RUBICON Daniel Pierrez introduces his 2020 Jeep Gladiator Rubicon Project Hercules that is confirmed to appear at the 2019 SEMA Show. Performance is at the foundation of this "go- faster" concept. Upgrades include: complete air-to-air intercooled supercharger system from ProCharger, Magnaflow Street Series cat-back dual exhaust system, High Line fenders with daytime running lights and Quick Release inner fenders from American Adventure Labs, Singular Motorsports fender vents/louvers, Bestop Sunrider for Hardtop, AMP Research PowerSteps, Fury Off-Road Tires, DropStars custom wheels, APB American Power Brakes big brake kit and a ZRoadZ LED kit. 2019 FORD RANGER The SCT 2019 Ford Ranger Circuit Truck is designed as the perfect track and street machine. The lowered and widened stance uses a custom three-link suspension system in the rear created by Control Freak Suspensions and new front control arms to convert the parts for the Viking Shocks coil-over system. Widening the body was accomplished with an AirDesign full body kit to give the truck a meaner stance and appeal. A tune to boost the horsepower and drivability comes from SCT's top in-house calibrators using Advantage 3 and an X4 Performance Programmer. The X4 connects high-performance tunes for an immediate boost in horsepower and torque. aFe Power provides an upgraded cold air intake and exhaust system for more power and a deeper, aggressive sound. Diode Dynamics enhances the looks with a complete LED upgrade and accent lighting. FACTORY FIVE 1935 PICKUP For the third year in a row, Fred Jr. and SMG Motoring Inc. are participating in the SEMA Battle of the Builders. See their Factory Five 1935 Pickup in the Factory Five booth #23229 at the 2019 SEMA Show. The truck has a ProCharger-equipped LS3, 4l60 transmission, Wilwood brakes, Moser rear axle and Vintage Air, along with a fully custom interior, custom air-to-water intercooler system for the supercharger and other touches. 1966 FORD BRONCO It's the Year of the Bronco at the 2019 SEMA Show and to celebrate, WD-40 Co. and SEMA Cares are rebuilding and decking out an iconic cult classic, a 1966 Ford Bronco. The Boosted Bronco, which will be on display at the WD-40 booth #62129 located outside by the South Hall, is being led by Luis Morales and features a 3.5-liter EcoBoost, twin-turbocharged engine with 6-speed automatic transmission. Other highlights include a brand-new fuel system and custom exhaust, custom-fabricated turbo piping, a new front and rear suspension with a 5-inch lift, new front and rear axles, custom brown leather seats, a rear bench and fully carpeted interior, new front and rear doors panels with side mirrors and a 6-point roll cage. Participants include: Currie Enterprises, Wilwood, Wheel Pros, Toyo Tires, Energy Suspension, Drake Automotive, Solo Motorsports, Skyjacker Suspension, Lund International, NRG, Classic Instruments, Auto Custom Carpets, LGE-CTS, Distinctive Industries, PPG, Lokar, Magnaflow, Summit Racing, Hellwig, Yukon Gear & Axle, Tom's Bronco Parts, Wild Horses 4x4, Flaming River, Tom Wood's Custom Drive Shafts, GReddy Performance Products, Weld Hard Fabrication, Covercraft, Painless Performance, 3D Liquid Graphics and OPTIMA Batteries.

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