Arnott’s new coil spring conversion kit design features custom-made and tuned shock absorbers and a special patent pending computer module to disarm the AIRMATIC system and eliminate dash panel error lights.
These new advanced rotors are designed to deliver motorsports performance and reliability in a wide range of everyday road vehicles.
The total number of chassis parts available now exceeds 3,200.
MicroTorq addresses the vehicle manufacturers’ need for reduced parasitic power losses. The seal reduces frictional losses by up to 80 percent versus comparable designs, and enables CO2 reduction of up to 1.5 g/km per engine, the company says.
Designed for the replacement of worn or damaged serpentine belts, tensioners and pulleys, Dayco says its new Dayco Demanding Drive Kits are a convenient solution when replacing all of the major components in the accessory drive system.
The recent part number releases include 20.6 million vehicles on the road in North America today. Included in this release are new part numbers for KYB Strut-Plus complete assembly, Excel-G and Gas-a-Just lines.
Easy to install, the injector covers feature a split design and sewn-in hook and loop fastening edge that takes only moments to install, the company says.
Rancho products included in the offer are Rancho RS9000XL shocks, Rancho quickLIFT Loaded units, Rancho RS7000 MT monotube shocks and RS5000X shocks and struts.
Arnott part numbers for the comfort suspension air struts are AS-2775 and AS-2776. The struts retail for $784 each. A detailed installation manual is available for download. The air struts are backed by Arnott’s Limited Lifetime Warranty in North America and the European Union.