Scenes from Friday at the Summit Racing Southern Nationals

Scenes from Friday at the Summit Racing Equipment NHRA Nationals in Atlanta, GA. Scenes shown include Jason Line & Greg Anderson's Pro Stock Pontiacs pulling into the lanes before the first qualifying session, followed by Jason Line pulling to the line and performing his pre-run burnout, finally launching on his 1st qualfiying pass at Atlanta Dragway. Taped on May 14, 2010.

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AEM Water/Methanol Injection Kits
These AEM Power water/methanol injection kits allow you to increase Boost pressure and advance timing without having to run higher octane fuel. They include either a 1-gallon or 5-gallon reservoir with a fluid level sensor already installed. Also included is AEM Power's Boost Safe output; this allows you to retard timing or reduce Boost if the systems run out of fluid or detect an error. Once installed, the AEM water/methanol injection kits use a Boost-dependent, variable-flow, progressive controller to determine the amount of water/methanol mixture to feed into the inlet stream from the reservoir. Adjustments can be made with the three included jets, resulting in significant horsepower gains.

AEM Power Tru-Boost Gauge Type Controller Kits 4 of 4
These AEM Power TRU-Boost gauge-type controller kits feature an electronic Boost controller that combines the simplicity of a manual Boost controller with the added ease of adjusting Boost levels through a gauge interface. There is no external interface required for setup and they are fully functional right out of the box. If you want more Boost, press the button on the right of the gauge face, and if you want less Boost, press the button on the left of the gauge face. It's that simple, and it works!

How to swap the face plate on your analog gauge
A step by step guide detailing the stages involved for swapping the faceplate on your AEM analog gauge.

Long Tube vs. Shorty Headers - Summit Racing Quick Flicks
Get a basic overview of how aftermarket headers improve performance and learn the advantages of the two most common header styles: long-tube (full-length) and shorty headers. We appreciate your comments. If you are looking for application suggestions please tell us: What do you use your vehicle for. Street, Street-strip, full race, off-road, other. Will you need to connect to your existing Exhaust system? Does it have to meet California emissions standards, C.A.R.B. legal? Also, Please visit our site, many late model applications have limited offerings and you might find that you don't have a choice.