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SEMA Show This Week

Postby Brian » Mon Oct 29, 2012 10:02 am

The annual pilgrimage of the aftermarket parts industry starts tomorrow in Vegas. I will be there, but the rest of the crew will be running the shop as usual.

If anybody knows of anything super cool in Mazda application we should not miss, let me know here.

We know DBA is showing and shipping their new T3 slot design.
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Re: SEMA Show This Week

Postby Reitrof » Tue Oct 30, 2012 9:44 am

Some pics of Herb's Bleny's(SP?) new RX7?
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Re: SEMA Show This Week

Postby Brian » Tue Oct 30, 2012 9:20 pm

Have yet to see that RX7....

But did get a chance to take a look at Cord Bauer's Catfish. This uses Miata mechanicals. It's not just a rebody....it uses a totally new and ultra light space frame. You don't realize how compact and low it is until you are standing next to it. Full flat bottom with rear diffuser setup....like our NCLIGHT except another 500 pounds lighter! Looks like a hoot to drive. Love the interior and details like the custom side exhaust.

For lots more pics in our CATFISH thread, click HERE.
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Re: SEMA Show This Week

Postby Brian » Tue Oct 30, 2012 9:24 pm

Our new KOYO NC All Aluminum Performance Radiator is here at SEMA. We have worked long and hard with KOYO on this lovely upgrade for all the NC Track and boost lovers. Soon the extortionist rates you are paying for NC upgrades will be history. The final production prototype was installed in our Project 2006 a few months ago and we hope to see inventory on shelf in just a few weeks. The 36mm core is roughly three times the thickness of the stock NC radiator.
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Re: SEMA Show This Week

Postby Brian » Tue Oct 30, 2012 9:32 pm

Enkei warns the retro "Enkei Compe" is not especially light, but like the rest of their 'classic series', there are some folks just dying for the classic look. Both 15x7 and 15x8 coming soon in colors of WHITE or the Matte Gunmetal you see here.



Speaking of classic Minilite looks, our friends at Team Dynamics are proposing to bring in the UK produced classic MiniLites, and they had them on display at their booth. Sorry I don't have a picture, phone had some issues at that moment.
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Re: SEMA Show This Week

Postby Brian » Thu Nov 01, 2012 8:38 am

Another new Enkei for our RX8, Mazda3 and MX5 customers is this Kojin in 17 and 18 inch sizes
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Re: SEMA Show This Week

Postby rpmchris » Thu Nov 01, 2012 12:46 pm

What can you tell us about the Super 25?
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Re: SEMA Show This Week

Postby Brian » Thu Nov 01, 2012 1:00 pm

rpmchris wrote:What can you tell us about the Super 25?




Sorry, other than bolting the light cluster to the front I didn't see anything new in that project. Everything on it has been done before.
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Re: SEMA Show This Week

Postby finiata » Thu Nov 01, 2012 5:25 pm

The white car is 5 lug? But the thread shows 4 lug cars? Its a crying shame he hasn't done this for the NC drivetrain. I can see myself buying this and at some point swapping in Steve's parts, building a 4.8 8k spinning V8 auto paddleshifted grocery getter lol, hmmmmm
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Re: SEMA Show This Week

Postby Brian » Thu Nov 01, 2012 7:46 pm

One of the options is a five lug conversion.....and he did plan ahead and make room for V8. See some of the links in our dedicated CatFish thread (CLICK HERE)
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