Ultra E85 Carbs from Holley
What it is: Now you can run E85 through Holley's killer 4150 style Ultra HP carbs.
Why you care: We've found that E85 can be an inexpensive alternative to high-octane pump gas. The catch is the extra fuel and corrosion-resistant parts required to use it. This carb has E85-specific metering blocks, a high-flow power valve, a big accelerator pump, and all the little tweaks needed to make E85 power a reality.
How much: $789 for the 750HP
Learn more: www.Holley.com
New Key Columns for Muscle cars
What it is:This is a five-way adjustable steering column from CPP. This one has the GM-style key on the column and is available in several lengths and accepts any '67–'94 GM steering wheel.
Why you care: Your steering column probably has the column shift boss still on it.
How much: $375
Learn more: www.ClassicPerform.com
New 460-inch Short-Block from Ford Racing
What it is: This is a 460-inch Windsor (351)-based short-block.
Why you care: You might already know about the big-bore Boss block from Ford with a 9.5-inch deck and room for a 4.150-inch bore and 4.25-inch stroke crank. But did you know you can buy an assembled short-block as well? The package uses a Scat rotator and Mahle pistons and is assembled in the United States using performance clearances.
How much: The M-6009-460 is $5,949 from www.SummitRacing.com
Learn More: www.FordRacingParts.com