In this episode Larry Callahan and co-host Robert Kibbe will talk about a few recent events including the Goodguys Columbus event and the Hotchkis / Baar Brakes NMCA autocross and Speed Stop Challenge and Larry's interesting drive home. In addition we talk about future OUSCI qualifying events and Team T/A Contingency events.
Listen as Larry Callahan and Robert Kibbe host Pro-Touring.com's very own podcast.
It will be filled with upcoming event info, event results and in time interviews with people in the Pro-Touring community. I hope to include talks with members, moderators and those who you all want to hear.
If you tuned in for the 48 Hour Camaro build, you probably noticed that the build team put 10" wide tires on the front and wondered how it was done. Well now the truth is out...it was all made possible by the TruTurn, a steering upgrade package brought to you by ridetech.
What is it?
The TruTurn system is an upgraded steering system that includes the following:
Triple Adjustable Coil-Overs are now available to purchase online or by calling ridetech at 812.481.4787.
This newest addition to the RideTech shock line goes beyond the typical double-adjustable units by utilizing a single rebound adjustment and a DUAL stage [high speed and low speed] compression adjustment.
Introducing the industries first touch sensitive starter system!
Phantom Products announces the release of their new Touch-n-Go Starter System. The Touch-n-Go is the industries first touch sensitive starter system with interactive led display. Made as a direct replacement
Holley Performance Products is proud to announce the release of its complete line of Avenger, HP, and Dominator EFI systems for those wanting to make the switch from a carburetor or upgrade from their
PROBLEM: Traditional flanged-axles employ a single axle-bearing and together they support the weight of the vehicle. When cornering the flanged-axle is levered by lateral forces. Axle deflection, “bowing” or “bending” occurs as lateral forces rise with cornering speeds.
AFFECTS: “Knock Back” results when the axle flange and the brake rotor to which it is attached deflect causing the rotor to “knock” the pad “back” displacing brake fluid in the caliper piston(s). The driver must then