Four-Three HP
Beef up your 4.3L Chevy with Performance Distributors' new Firepower Ignition Kit for '87-'96 Chevy and GMC trucks. The kit consists of the Screamin' Demon Coil, Live Wire plug wires, a Dyna-Module, and a brass terminal cap and rotor. The 4.3 Screamin' Demon Coil allows you to open up your plug gaps to 0.065 inch. The 1/2-inch-diameter Live Wires are built with a glass braid sleeve to add protection to as much as 1,400 degrees Fahrenheit. To maximize conductivity, a brass terminal cap and rotor are used.
Performance Distributors

Power In A Box
Stinger announced that its entire line of Power2 batteries are now in stock and ready for shipment. Developed specifically for car audio enthusiasts, the Power2 battery line includes the SP680, SP800, SP1000, SP1500d, SP1700, and SP2150. These models deliver high-current capability, true deep-cycle operation, and a fast recharge rate. The batteries can be used in both primary and secondary deep-cycle applications. Their sealed, zero-maintenance design provides great durability and can be mounted in any position under the hood for easy customization.
Stinger Electronics

Is That A New 'Bag?
Firestone has a new air spring for all of you thrashers who beat up your air suspension. The company's Red Label high-pressure-series air spring has a reinforcing cord material that will operate at as much as 150 psi with a burst pressure above 400 psi. It's available with 1/4-, 3/8-, and 1/2-inch single and dual ports.
Firestone Industrial Products
(800) 888-0650

A Cool Place To Hide Stuff
StorBoards from Force Automotive is a patented running board system that allows you to enter and exit your vehicle with the feature of lockable storage compartments that extend under the chassis. StorBoards are made from powdercoated 16-gauge steel to resist rust and feature full weatherstripping for water-resistance. They also come with removable pullout drawers, allowing storage for larger items such as skis or baseball equipment.
Force Automotive

Plug It Into Your Head
Recently, Pioneer Electronics (USA) introduced new car audio systems that meet the growing demand for MP3 playback by allowing you to connect portable music players directly to the stereo. The new line of Pioneer and Premier car stereos include six models with iPod direct capability, eight with USB connectivity, and eight with Bluetooth compatibility, four of which have Bluetooth direct. The entire line is compatible with either XM or Sirius Satellite Radio.
Pioneer electronics inc.