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Performance & Hotrod Business - Mar. '15

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March 2015 n Performance & Hotrod Business n 33 he states. "People put LS engines into everything now. You need to know the lingo and all the versions of these engines so you can service your customers, because I'm sure every single shop is or has been working with LS engines." And those swaps are also requiring handling upgrades, which then lead to other modifications, notes Blane Burnett, marketing and PR coordinator for Holley Performance Products/Hooker Headers. "We are witnessing a big trend in engine swaps and aggressive suspensions," he says. "We have watched as both modern and classic muscle cars have been modified with more aggressively lowered suspen- sions. This puts a tight constraint on the exhaust envelope and forces exhaust manu- facturers to come up with creative ideas on how to maximize ground clearance as well as developing maximum performance and power."

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