Another SEMA show is upon us and another round of exciting new cars and parts has hit the convention floor. As expected, the stars of the SEMA Show are the awe-inspiring and jaw dropping modified automobiles but the unsung heroes are the parts that make this industry go round.
Here’s what we saw on the first day of the show that really tickled our fancy.
Are you prepared to have your mind blown? This was one of the coolest products we saw at the show and it comes from Auto Meter. The new Sporstman LCD Dash Display uses bluetooth technology to connect your car’s vital signs to its display dash, completely eliminating the need for complex and time consuming wiring jobs. Amazing right?!
Goodridge had these quick disconnect fittings on display. They’re great for oil and water lines that need to be disconnected often and won’t leak at all. Brilliant!
Do you need an new classic looking wheel for your old project car? Check out this offering from NRG.
AVO Turboworld’s Scion FR-S/Subaru BRZ bolt on turbo kit is extremely well designed with reliability and longevity in mind. The kit can make up to 400whp on the stock block!
Most of you should be picking up your new 911 GT3 very soon, right? If you’re one of the lucky few that does actually own one, then you need to invest in this modern work of metalic art, an Akrapovic titanium exhaust system. The cue card says it all: “more power, less weight”. Nuff said.
Looking for a lightweight battery? Braille has many offerings, include a 5lb lithium ion battery with almost 700 cranking amps! It’s not cheap (Around $500 bucks) but it’s a battery that weighs 5lbs!
Greddy was showing off a brand new turbo kit for the R35 that was designed around Garrett GTX turbochargers. This kit promises to deliver some big power numbers.
Many of your favourite Greddy mufflers are now offered as stand alone pieces for your custom exhaust applications.
Talk about a statement of Quality. Greddy is now backing all of its exhaust systems with a limited lifetime warranty.