The shirts are black wtih pink and white striping.
They're available in sizes S through XXL for just $20.00 each + shipping.
Mike Clarke and Kevin Oeste provide on-scene coverage of the 2016 Car Craft Magazine Summer Nationals in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The V8 Speed & Resto Shop team was invited to display the freshly 1969 COMP Cams Camaro in the Pro Builders Shootout and Mike & Kev held court.
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An often overlooked item when installing a T56 Magnum is the Reverse Lockout Module. Because of the location of reverse (next to 5th), it would be too easy to accidently hit reverse during a 4-5 up-shift. Not a good thing. To remedy this, Tremec built in a Reverse Lockout solenoid. In the off (de-energised) position this solenoid prevents the shift lever from entering the gate for reverse. Note: It can be over-ridden with a lot of force. When activated the solenoid opens the gate allowing the lever to move to the reverse position.
So people have come up with various solutions to activate this solenoid from switches mounted nearby to switches on the brake pedal.
The safe alternative is to monitor vehicle speed and only allow the reverse lockout to de-energize the solenoid at low vehicle speeds. This electronic module from Modern Driveline contains a microprocessor that constantly monitors the vehicle speed while you are driving. At low vehicle speeds, The reverse lockout solenoid is energized to allow you to shift into Reverse. At speeds above about 5 MPH (typical) the control module de-energizes the lockout solenoid, therby preventing inadvertent shifting into reverse at higher speeds.
We build lots of cool Classics and Muscle Cars in the V8 Speed & Resto Shop, and today, we've looking at a pair of trucks we built.
The first is a 1964 Chevy C10 pickup powered by a 6.2 liter GM L92 V8 making over 500 horsepower. You can see the whole restoration of this truck at this link:
Next, we have Thunderstruck, a 1969 Ford F100 Ranger that we dropped on a 2002 Ford Lightning chassis, complete with the supercharged 5.4L V8 and all. You can see the build gallery of Thunderstruck here:
Which do you like better?
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