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The guys from Craftsman tools and Roadster Shop have teamed up to turn a '69 Chevy C/10 into a performance muscle truck fit for autocross. You can follow along with their build on the web series Craftsman Restoration Roll-out at RoadsterShop.com as they turn the old C10 into the ultimate muscle truck.
The web series currently features 17 professionally produced episodes that cover everything from meeting the guys of Roadster Shop to finding the truck, disassembly, rust repair, concept design, body assembly, wiring and plumbing, and finally, interiors.
DEI's new 2014 full color catalog is packed with 56 pages of tested and proven thermal acoustic performance products with the flagship brands enthusiasts have learned to trust for quality and performance – DEI thermal tuning and Boom Mat sound control products, CryO2™ cryogenic cooling systems and Ny-Trex nitrous oxide systems and accessories, and DEI’s Radiator Relief performance cooling system additives are just to name a few. Divided into 15 easy navigable sections, the catalog features full color product photos accompanied with a full description of product benefits and features, color and size options, and product numbers for easy ordering. Throughout are helpful hints, testimonials, callouts, how-to images and test results to make this catalog a useful resource year-round.
This year, DEI boasts 20 new products including an expansion of DEI’s Titanium family of thermal product that offers maximum protection of sensitive components - Titanium Protect-A-Sleeve and 8” Protect-A-Boots.
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Design Engineering, Inc.™ is the foremost suppliers of thermal tuning product featuring products for racers, street performance enthusiasts, and hobbyists alike. In addition to supplying the performance aftermarket with thermal tuning products, Design Engineering serves the needs of the powersports, marine, industrial and commercial industry markets the world over. David Markley, President of Design Engineering, Inc., says "At Design Engineering, Inc., YOU the customer, are behind every decision we make. We try to look at every product and service we offer from your perspective. We use the phrase 'What's in it for you.' We strive every day to bring you innovative, quality products that exceed your expectations.
The Hot Rodders of Tomorrow Engine Challenge, a scholarship program for high school shop teams, is growing in leaps and bounds. Design Engineering (DEI) is proud to announce their sponsorship of this worthwhile program designed to encourage high school teens to take an interest in the performance aftermarket by providing a series of competitions that exhibit their skill at breaking down and reassembling a small block Chevy according to event rules.
The Hot Rodders of Tomorrow Engine Challenge, created in 2008, was the brainchild of Jim Bingham, owner of Winner’s Circle Speed and Custom Inc. The engine challenge was developed initially as a special event for Winner’s Circle’s Race and Performance Expo. With only five teams competing in the inaugural year but has since grown to become a nationwide competition that today encompasses over 600 students, seven events including the national championship at the annual PRI show.