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    Finch Performance parts coming at you

    As some of you may know I have started to develop a line of parts that will be branded under my new company Finch Performance. There are several parts in the works as I write this, but I wanted to post up a few that are available now. All of these parts have been developed from a need that I found while working on my own car or customer cars. This is not something I am doing to try and retire on, so will not be giving up the day job anytime soon. These are just great parts that fill a niche with the goal being to continue to build the Finch brand beyond the TV personality and racing stuff.

    The newest part is a Billet Shifter Ring and Boot assembly. These are machined from billet aluminum and come with a laser cut weld in mounting ring to trim out your transmission tunnel, a custom sewn boot, and stainless button head screws. These are available in 3 finish options. Kits are oversized to fix the common issue of a mutilated shifter opening caused by 30 plus years of sheet metal screws and are large enough to allow the removal of most 4,5,& 6 speed shifter assemblies, including the extra large T56 Magnum, from inside the vehicle to aid in transmission removal.

    Introductory price on these is $195 for the Kit plus shipping.
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    The Finch Billet dual chambered vent canister has been out for a while now and several of you on here have purchased them. These are cut from solid billet and allow the venting of both your rear axle and your fuel tank in the same unit. The chambers are sealed from each other to prevent cross contamination and come with a laser cut drill template to aid in installation. These are designed to mount on your trunk floor and they vent under the vehicle so no worries on fuel smells inside the vehicle.



    These sell for $219 each plus shipping

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    Next up are Toe Plates to make checking and setting your toe at the track or your garage easy and a one man job. These are designed so that they will set against the wheel on their own and have a cutout at the bottom to accommodate the bulge from where the tire makes contact on the surface. This slight bulge can cause inaccurate measurements when using the common flat toe plate.

    These sell for $95 a pair plus shipping

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    Coming soon are Finch rear spoilers for 63 to 67 Novas and 70 to 73 Camaros as well as lower quarter panel diffusers for a complete rear aero package, a complete lower dash cap assembly for 2nd gen Camaros that will let you run billet vent registers and the billet a/c control knobs and billet aluminum washers that range from a 10/32 machine screw to 3/8 oversized washers to be used where the fenders mount on the firewall and cowl.

    My new website is www.finchperformance.com and you can order these parts on the website if you have a PayPal account. If you want to use a CC shoot me a PM or email me at [email protected]
    Brian Finch
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    For the best engine money can buy please visit http://www.kurturbanperformance.com/


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    Brian, can you share the L x W dimensions on the billet shifter ring? Looks good! Thank you.
    Steve

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    Outside dims are 9" long and 6.25" wide.
    Brian Finch
    Pro-touring Hero

    The Proof is on the Pavement

    Sponsored by Baer Brakes, JRI Shocks, Pennzoil, Tremec, Magnaflow, Centerforce, AFCO Racing, Kurt Urban Performance, Amercian Powertrain, Forgeline, Holley, and of course BFG.

    For the best engine money can buy please visit http://www.kurturbanperformance.com/


    Authorized dealer for Baer, Ridetech, Detroit Speed, Vintage Air, Motorstate Distributing, Wilwood Engineering, American Autowire, Forgeline, Holley, Afco,

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    need a shifter! any plans on that brian?

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    Be sure to post up any/all info on Chevy II parts as you have it. God willing and the creek don't rise - -I'll be starting on my '67 this year!
    Brandon Wiedeman
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    I have about 3 lifetimes worth of projects planned out in my head!
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    Quote Originally Posted by surfwagon View Post
    need a shifter! any plans on that brian?
    Yes, there will be a stick coming as well to complement the kit.
    Brian Finch
    Pro-touring Hero

    The Proof is on the Pavement

    Sponsored by Baer Brakes, JRI Shocks, Pennzoil, Tremec, Magnaflow, Centerforce, AFCO Racing, Kurt Urban Performance, Amercian Powertrain, Forgeline, Holley, and of course BFG.

    For the best engine money can buy please visit http://www.kurturbanperformance.com/


    Authorized dealer for Baer, Ridetech, Detroit Speed, Vintage Air, Motorstate Distributing, Wilwood Engineering, American Autowire, Forgeline, Holley, Afco,

    Contact brian@finchperformance for special Pro-Touring.com member pricing

    www.hotrodtransformations.com

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    Timeline on the Nova rear spoilers, since I happen to own one?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MuscleRodz View Post
    Timeline on the Nova rear spoilers, since I happen to own one?
    They are ready now, I will post up a couple pics of the first one done on a 67 build we just finished tomorrow.
    Brian Finch
    Pro-touring Hero

    The Proof is on the Pavement

    Sponsored by Baer Brakes, JRI Shocks, Pennzoil, Tremec, Magnaflow, Centerforce, AFCO Racing, Kurt Urban Performance, Amercian Powertrain, Forgeline, Holley, and of course BFG.

    For the best engine money can buy please visit http://www.kurturbanperformance.com/


    Authorized dealer for Baer, Ridetech, Detroit Speed, Vintage Air, Motorstate Distributing, Wilwood Engineering, American Autowire, Forgeline, Holley, Afco,

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    Quote Originally Posted by MuscleRodz View Post
    Timeline on the Nova rear spoilers, since I happen to own one?


    Brian, do you have sneak peek photos of the rear spoilers?
    1970 Camaro/DSE build


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    Nice looking parts Brian - great job as always.
    GeoffP
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    Awesome products Brian! Good luck with the new parts venture!
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    Hmmmmm a rear spoiler for a Deuce. Sounds like a win-win for the Chevy II guys. To bad I got a wagon. Some really cool stuff Brian.
    David H. Amrine
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    Hi Brian I've got a twist machine adjustable shifter on my gear box. Does your shifter boot work ok with the extra wide base of the adjustable part?

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    Spoiler pics on a fresh 67 Nova we just finished. I will post some of the 2nd gen Camaro as well soon.


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    Brian Finch
    Pro-touring Hero

    The Proof is on the Pavement

    Sponsored by Baer Brakes, JRI Shocks, Pennzoil, Tremec, Magnaflow, Centerforce, AFCO Racing, Kurt Urban Performance, Amercian Powertrain, Forgeline, Holley, and of course BFG.

    For the best engine money can buy please visit http://www.kurturbanperformance.com/


    Authorized dealer for Baer, Ridetech, Detroit Speed, Vintage Air, Motorstate Distributing, Wilwood Engineering, American Autowire, Forgeline, Holley, Afco,

    Contact brian@finchperformance for special Pro-Touring.com member pricing

    www.hotrodtransformations.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by Finch View Post
    Spoiler pics on a fresh 67 Nova we just finished. I will post some of the 2nd gen Camaro as well soon.


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    Awesome, looks like you got the glass installed as well.
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    Checking in for more 2nd Gen Camaro parts!
    73 Camaro LQ9, BW S480 Turbo, Jake's STG 3 4L80E, E85.

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    Looks good Brian. Keep up the good work! !

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