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Speedway Motors to Debut New Products and Showcase Builds During SEMA360

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Speedway Motors to Debut New Products and Showcase Builds During SEMA360

(Lincoln, Neb. Nov., 2) Speedway Motors announced today a list of new products that will be debuted Nov. 2-6 during SEMA360.

The new products add to their existing offering of more than 250,000 products for street, race, muscle and truck. The new tech and products that will be featured in the New Product Showcase include:

G-Comp Universal Front Suspension Kit (#3502000-60) $1999.99

  • Comes as a complete weld in front subframe assembly for converting almost any vehicle to modern-day suspension geometry and are available for 56”, 58”, 60” and 62” track widths
  • Includes G-Comp spindles and is engineered for optimum handling and vastly improved control
  • Offers overall increased camber gain for better handling
  • Provides camber adjustment using shim plates and caster adjustment using inserts
  • The kit comes with a 1-1/4" O.D. splined sway bar

Speedway Chevy Engine to Chevy Transmission Steel Bellhousing (#91027000) $299.99

  • Small Block Chevy and Big Block Chevy engine bolt pattern
  • GM transmission bolt pattern fits Muncie, Saginaw, and Non-World Class T5 transmissions
  • Laser-Cut, CNC-finished flange for perfect fit
  • Non-SFI rated
  • Made in the USA

LS Swap Radiator Hose Adapter w/Steam Port, 1.5 Inch- 1.25 Inch (#91717629) $24.99

LS swaps have never been easier and Speedway Motors continues to support your project with new products to ease installation and make them more affordable. This LS swap hose adapter allows for the use of universal racing type and direct fit SBC radiators with LS motors. It increases the size of hose to match the SBC radiators and also adds a hose barb to connect the LS steam ports into the cooling system, without requiring expensive LS specific radiators.

  • 1/4" Barbed fitting to connect steam port to cooling system while using Chevy small block type radiators
  • 1.25" end - matches water pump outlet size
  • 1.50" end - matches upper radiator inlet size

Omega Kustom Avant 6-Guage Set, Electric Speedometer (#91128362) $589.99

Kit Includes:

  • 3-3/8" Electric Speedometer and tachometer
  • Performance timers with 0-60mph, 1/8, and 1/4 mile functions
  • MPH/Km/h toggle
  • Overspeed warning
  • 2 1/16" Fuel, oil and voltage gauges
  • Includes fuel, water and oil pressure senders

Ford 9 Inch Clutch-Style Posi Differential Third Members (#91049345) $924.99

  • Hand-assembled by our trained technicians for an unbeatable combination of quality and value
  • Precision assembly for the correct backlash, preload, and proper amount of pinion shims to ensure the correct pattern on the ring gear teeth
  • Ideal for street tires and medium horsepower applications
  • Nodular iron housing is stronger than OEM “gray” iron and has 4 lbs of additional reinforcement
  • Clutch style positraction differential gives limited slip performance and quiet operation (no gears clicking!)

Speedway Motors will also feature their ’32 Roadster and ’67 Camaro in the Builders Showcase. The ’32 Roadster which was previously featured on the cover of Street Rodder magazine was updated with Speedway Motors Buick-Style Finned Aluminum Brake Drums, a Dyers 4-71 supercharged 383, and new wheels and tires before hitting the road to Street Rod Nationals in Louisville, Ky. last year. Learn more about this build here. The flamed purple ’67 was built to test their G-Comp line of suspension components and was crowned Goodguys Autocrosser of the Year in 2017. It has also been featured in Chevy High Performance and Super Chevy magazines. Neither of these builds have previously been on display at SEMA. For more information about Speedway Motors new products or builds visit

About Speedway Motors

Speedway Motors is a manufacturer, retailer and distributor of high-quality automotive parts and racing products. Since 1952, Speedway Motors has been committed to providing a broad selection of high-quality, affordable automotive parts—delivered quickly, efficiently and without any hassles. Their products and expert advice are available to customers by calling 1.800.979.0122, online or at retail stores in Lincoln, Neb. and Tolleson, Ariz.

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