was an eventful weekend out at the GoodGuys Del Mar show. Over 100
cars were weighed at the Ridetech suspension analysis booth and hundreds
of customers talked to our on-hand tech advisors. But the loudest
happenings were over at the autocross…
Mary Pozzi, equipped with RideTech Triple Adjustable CoilOvers, took
first place in the street machine class and several other customers
ranked towards the top of the Streetrod and Truck classes. Since Mary
won the street machine class she moves on to the Pro class, where
Ridetech’s Bret Voelkel is currently in the lead. Even though the
weather threatened at moments, several cars were in attendance both at
the autocross and the show in general; Including Rob McGregor’s new C10
truck with Ridetech TA CoilOvers installed.
Overall the mood at the show was positive and many are excited to go
back next year. But until then you can review dozens of exclusive
photos and autocross times online at ridetech.com.
Mary Pozzi’s 1973 Camaro ripping it up on the autocross
Rob McGregor’s new C10 at the show, sporting RideTech Triple Adjustable CoilOvers
2012 Vehicle Weights Datebase updated
far this year, we’ve weighed and performed ride quality analysis for
over 250 cars at GoodGuys shows across the US! And now that we’re back
at HQ, we have had time to upload all the vehicle weights from the most
recent events online [Click Here]. So check them out! We’ve
encountered everything from a 1956 VW Beetle that weighed 1,200 lbs to a
1972 Steyer-Puch Pinzgauer (army truck) that weighed 5,200 lbs.
Battle at the Banks
Ridetech Sponsored Event
you live in the midwest then you might want to check out the Battle of
the Banks event happening early this May. Ridetech will be a sponsor
and participant at the event and we recommend anyone looking for a fast
track to come out and thrash on their car. The fastest car at the event
will win $1,000 in cash!
At the show, we are going to be showing off the new 1933 Ford we’ve
been building all this spring. The event should prove as a great
testing ground for the car. Also appearing at the Battle of the Banks
is the 48 Hour Camaro with a new 417 Lingenfelter engine that should
promise some nice horsepower.
progress on the Ridetech 1933 Ford. With plans to fire the car later
this month and to race it on May 5th at the Salem Speedway, the build
team is working frantically to finish the project. Every other day we
are throwing up new pictures from the build online: http://www.ridetech.com/33ford/. So stay tuned.
Part List Engine – 427 cu in small block Ford with a Dart
aluminum block and Brodix Neal heads built by Sunset Racecraft in
Lubbock, Tx. MSD ignition, Holley Dominator EFI, custom stainless
headers, Earls oil cooler, Mezeire electric water pump Approx. 630 hp
and 600lb/ft torque Trans – Rankin magnesium case clutchless 4 speed from the old Jasper Engines NASCAR program Clutch – Tilton 5.5″ triple disc carbon fiber, Magesium bellhousing, 8 lb steel flywheel Rearend – Winters quickchange Brakes – Baer 13″ rotors with 6p calipers Wheels – Speedlines 18×13 and 18×11 Tires – BFG KDW 295-35/18 and 335-30/18 Rear suspension – Custom wishbone with TA series
shocks. Trading between Hypercoil coilsprings, ShockWave airsprings, and
some new Carbon fiber springs Front suspension – inboard rocker arm with custom built
control arms and the original Factory 5 attachemnt points, and the same
shock combo as the rear Other components – Custom stainless rollcage, Custom
built stainless exhaust with oval tubing and some special stainless
mufflers built by Flowmaster, FuelSafe fuel cell, FuelSafe fire
suppression system, Ididit shorty tilt steering column, Unisteer
electric power steering unit, Optima battery, Kirkey road race seats
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