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June 2013 New Products

Aug 9, 2013
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Hotchkis Performance

What: Adjustable sport sway bars

Hotchkis performance adjustable sport sway bars Photo 1/6   |   Hotchkis Performance Adjustable Sport Sway Bars

Rides: 2013 Scion FR-S, Subaru BRZ

How Much: $495.95

Where: hotchkis.net

Though the FR-S/BRZ is pretty damn perfect from the factory, we feel there's nothing wrong with making it even better. Say, for instance, body roll-bad, very bad. But trade up your factory sway bars for these adjustable pieces from Hotchkis and suddenly handling is beefed up like Ryan Gosling. The front comes in as a 25.4mm 2-way while the rear is 19mm 4-way adjustable.

Schwaben Protecta

What: Wheel sockets

Schwaben protecta wheel sockets Photo 2/6   |   Schwaben Protecta Wheel Sockets

Rides: Various applications

How Much: Inquire

Where: ecstuning.com

Nothing ruins a day more than scuffing up your wheels because of the socket you're using to install/remove lug nuts. Schwaben Protecta's sockets may just be what you need-covered with a protective sleeve that won't gouge or scratch your wheel like standard sockets could, these are impact gun tough and will grip tight so they don't round the bolt heads. Available in sizes 17, 19 and 21mm with varying color options.

AEM Induction Systems

What: Cold-air intake system

AEM induction systems Photo 3/6   |   AEM Induction Systems

Rides: 2013 Scion FR-S, Subaru BRZ

How Much: Inquire

Where: aemintakes.com

Give the FA20 a freer-flowing intake with AEM's cold-air intake, which features an enclosed plastic air box, new intake tube, ETI module and Dry Flow filter, all working harmoniously together to draw in more cool air for increases of up to 10hp over stock at 6,500rpm.

Raceland

What: coilovers

Raceland coilovers Photo 4/6   |   Raceland Coilovers

Rides: 8th-gen honda civic

How Much: $369

Where: racelandus.com

Need to lower your '06-11 Honda Civic but don't have the cash to afford a baller suspension setup? Raceland just released its coilover kit for the 8th-generation Civic and the price is very attractive for the budget-minded enthusiast. It comes with a two-year warranty and offers 1-3" of lowering. While it might not be the best system out there if you're trying to build a competitive track car, it's been designed and tested to give you a balance between street performance and ride comfort.

Eat Sleep Race

What: iPhone 5/Galaxy S3 case

Eat sleep race phone case Photo 5/6   |   Eat Sleep Race Phone Case

Rides: Your freakin' phone

How Much: $29.99

Where: eatsleeprace.com

Protect your phone with Eat Sleep Race's matte finish one-piece cases. You do eat, sleep and race, don't you?

Buddy Club USA

What: P1 Racing crank pulley

Buddy club USA P1 racing crank pulley Photo 6/6   |   Buddy Club USA P1 Racing Crank Pulley

Rides: Honda K-series How Much: Inquire

Where: buddyclub.us

Give your K-series engine the ability to rev more quickly with Buddy Club's P1 Racing pulley kit-by reducing rotating mass and adjusting the pulley size ratio, you can experience improved acceleration, snappier throttle response and free up to 8hp and 7lb-ft. Each kit comes with a crank, alternator and power steering/idler pulley, but please, make sure a professional installer does the work.

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