March '20

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76 THE SHOP MARCH 2020 Ford Truck Programmer Bully Dog, Pocatello, Idaho, presents its BDX Performance Programmer, now available with custom tuning options for 2020 Ford F-Series pickups. The programmers add performance for towing, track and trail use. Power Stroke Head Stud Kit ARP Inc., Ventura, California, introduces a Head Stud Kit for highly boosted 6.7L Ford Power Stroke diesel applications. Made from Custom Age 625+ material— which is nominally rated at 260,000-psi tensile strength—the studs are centerless ground, then through-hardened in special vertical racks to assure total penetration and optimum ductility. Threads are rolled after heat treatment, which improves fatigue life. Mustang Front Brake Kit Strange Engineering, Morton Grove, Illinois, presents a Front Brake Kit for 1994-2004 Ford Mustang applications. The heavy- duty brake kit features directional 4-piston calipers and a lightweight directional rotor design, as well as billet aluminum hubs with Timken bearings and billet caliper mounts. The system can be paired with the company's matching rear brake kit. Toyota SUV Head Gaskets Cometic Gasket, Concord, Ohio, presents new MLS HP-Style Head Gaskets for Toyota 5.7L 3UR- FE engines found in Tundra, Sequoia and Land Cruiser models as well as in the Lexus LX570. The HP-style head gaskets offer an additional layer that localizes stress around the combustion chamber, limiting cylinder movement while improving combustion seal. PERFORMANCE PRODUCTS Water Pumps Preferred Components Inc., Sumner, Washington, a Melling Engine Parts brand, presents its line of PCI Water Pumps. Offerings include mechanical, electrical and auxiliary water pumps for domestic and import applications. A Melling-branded water pump that will be built in the company's Jackson, Michigan OEM facility will be available soon. Compressors Kaeser Compressors, Fredericksburg, Virginia, presents its redesigned Sigma Frequency Control (SFC) 45, 55, 75S, 90S and 110S compressors with advanced SynRM motor-drive combinations. The 60- to 125-hp units offer better part-load efficiency, longer service life and reduced maintenance costs. Developed in partnership with Siemens and specifically designed to work with the company's SFC models, the SynRM motor-drive combination achieves top-tier IES2 classification and does not use aluminum, copper or rare earth metals in the rotors.

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