Some cars have turned into kit cars, including Cars Inc's '57 Bel Air convertible, and the first generation Camaros. GM developed a new crate engine system, designed to help the owners of these types of vehicles pass even the strictest of smog laws, including California's. The LS3 is going to come with catalytic converters, and a canister, both necessary for the modern engine to pass the smog laws, while ensuring a smooth ride in your classic.
There were several other items that were new and hot, including a regulator system for your electric fuel pump. This is available from Professional Products, and it will help to regulate the fuel flow to your carburetor, or your fuel injection system. MSD also introduced their line of coil packs for the GM's LS engines. Be Cool introduced their new line of level entry aluminum radiators, hoping to fill the needs within that market. If you're getting into metal fabricating, then the Miller Plasma that was introduced at the show is a must-have product for you. This compact cutter is perfect for the casual enthusiast, and it can be used at the professional level as well.
It feels like just yesterday that we were at the Las Vegas SEMA show, but before we know it, we'll be preparing for next year's show as well. This show keeps getting bigger and if you stop going for a while, you'll find yourself behind the curve, having missed out on catching the latest products available to help you build the perfect Lowrider. Now take a look at a few of the things that caught our attention.
Custom engine compartments
Miller's latest products
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