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  • Holley Performance Products


    Holley Performance Products is an automotive performance company based in Bowling Green, Kentucky. When the company was based in Michigan it was a major producer of carburetors for many Detroit-built automobiles. Later they manufactured carburetors for both street and racing applications such as the Holley "Double Pumper" and "Dominator". Holley-style carburetors have powered every NASCAR Sprint Cup team and every NHRA Pro Stock champion until both series eventually switched to electronic fuel injection. NASCAR Sprint Cup engines still utilize a Holley throttle body and Holley EFI is the spec EFI system in NHRA Pro Stock. Holley's product range has expanded to include the aforementioned fuel injection systems, performance fuel pumps, intake manifolds, superchargers, nitrous oxide injection, performance plumbing parts, exhaust systems, engine dress–up products, ignition products, datalogging & display products, handheld programmers, bellhousings, and clutches for street performance, race, and marine applications.

  • Edelbrock


    Edelbrock, LLC is an American corporation engaged in the design, development and manufacture of specialty automotive and motorcycle parts. The company is headquartered in Torrance, California along with its R&D, manufacturing, distribution and Russell Performance Plumbing divisions. The Edelbrock Sand Cast and Permanent Mold foundries are located in San Jacinto, California. Vic Edelbrock founded the corporation in 1938 when his desire to increase the performance of his 1932 Ford Roadster led him to design a new intake manifold, friends and fellow drivers soon wanted one as well. This transformed his repair garage into a parts manufacturing enterprise, making one-of-a-kind equipment for automobiles. Today, Vic Edelbrock is considered to be one of the pioneers of the automotive aftermarket parts industry. Edelbrock manufactures more than 8,000 specialty automotive parts with a focus on increasing performance.

  • Glasspack


    A glasspack is a type of automobile muffler in which the exhaust gas passes straight through the center of the muffler. The basic design consists of one smaller tube centered inside of a larger outer tube that is enlarged or swollen in the middle. The gap between the swollen part of the larger outer tube and the smaller diameter center tube is packed full of fiberglass, hence the name. Glasspacks are an old, simple, and relatively inexpensive muffler design that are effective at reducing back pressure, but not very effective at muffling noise. Glasspack mufflers were originally offered by Cherry Bomb back in 1968. Since then, the name of Glasspack is closely associated with this brand name, yet today that is not the only company, who produces Glasspack mufflers. The distinctive features of the Glasspack mufflers are traditional red powder coating, original straight-through construction and fiberglass inner tube, and its distinctive classic sound. A longer glasspack will reduce noise to a greater extent than a shorter one. Sound is also dissipated into the fiberglass damping material.

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