Meet Sprocket, the newest high-end three-piece wheel from Schott Performance Wheel. With classic styling combined with state of the art manufacturing, Sprocket is a great way to get your car to stand out in a crowd. Now, we know it may not look perfect on every combination (and what wheel does?), but imagine a set of these on a clean third-gen or maybe even a new ’11 Camaro convertible! Whatever you think they would look good on, know that they come in a variety of custom sizes from 18x7 to 20x16 and even in a massive 22x13, should you need a wheel that large on your project. Of course, with a high-end custom wheel like this, you can also tweak the finishes, opting for anything from a brushed and polished combination, to a painted center or full clear coat look. Any way you choose, the Sprocket is built to exacting tolerances from forged chunks of billet aluminum and can be customized to fit almost any application or style.
Years ago, shaft-mount roller rocker systems were the bee’s knees for any high dollar race car. Today, thanks to T&D Machine, you can enjoy all of the benefits of a real shaft-mount roller rocker system on your street or track LSx, without the cost and expensive machine work that you may expect. Built specifically to handle large camshafts, high RPM, and lots of boost, T&D’s shaft-mount roller rocker systems ship with the same huge bearings, roller tips, and large adjusters with 12-point jam nuts as their full-race systems, except these units bolt directly to any LSx cylinder head, without any other modifications, and allow for full lash adjustment and serious piece of mind. Of course, the rocker bodies are CNC-machined from superior alloys, which means, according to T&D Machine, breakage is no longer a problem!
T&D Machine, 4859 Convair Drive, Carson City, NV 89706; 775/884-2292; www.tdmach.com
Summit Racing is no stranger to helping you make big power, but now they can help you keep your car looking as good as it runs. The new line of Summit Racing professional series detailing products, which are body shop safe, can help you take any paintjob from dull to scratch-free and high gloss in just a couple of simple steps. Whether you have a brand-new paintjob that requires Summit’s Quick Cut HD rubbing and polishing compounds, or you have an existing coat that just needs a little attention with Summit Racing’s Body Clay or Quick Shine Instant Detailer, you can order everything, including the correct towels, pads, and wipes, from one convenient place.
In the market for a new set of LS1/LS6 cylinder heads? Check out Mast Motorsports’ new 11-degree, 215cc Small Bore LS heads, which flow up to 324 cfm at .650-inches of lift. With 2.040-inch intake and 1.570-inch lightweight stainless steel exhaust valves, and 63cc combustion chambers, these cathedral port heads can make some serious power and they will bolt directly to any LS1, LS6, LQ4, or LQ9, assuming you run a 3.900-inch to 4.030-inch bore. You can use any stock or aftermarket cathedral port intake manifold, and standard exhaust manifolds will bolt right on. Due in part to the design of the large ports and to the 11-degree valve angle, you will need a set of LS2/LS3 offset rocker arms to make everything work, which you could also order from Mast. These heads are machined to accept LS1 style valvesprings, which are included with each CNC-ported head, and are good up to .650-inches of lift.