Written By Steve Baur Photography By Dr. Rudy Rouweyha and Courtesy of Aerospace Components Since coming to market in 1993, the SVT Lightning pickup truck has become a favorite among Ford, Mustang, and truck enthusiasts everywhere. When the supercharged, second-generation version came out in 1999, we saw even more of them at
The Aerospace Components Ceramic Bearings are new, space-age, hybrid, ceramic bearings that are an optional upgrade to Aerospace Components’ Vacuum Pump. Using the latest technology, these ceramic bearings offer many benefits for racers and the cost to upgrade is affordable. With 1/10th the friction of steel, the ceramic bearings help
The Aerospace Components Manual Brake and Pedal Conversion Kit for the S550 Mustangs (2015-2018) saves weight, adds space under a cramped hood, and improves braking. Going manual does not mean sacrificing great braking. With the Aerospace Components Conversion Kit, braking is actually improved! This is accomplished by correcting the pedal
Who doesn’t love titanium? The space-age material has become increasingly popular in the drag racing market for its strength and weight savings over steel. Aerospace Components is proud to announce the release of replacement rotors for its rear drag racing brake kits. Not only did the engineering staff create a
If you were attending Street Car Takeover at Bradenton Motorsports Park this past weekend, you may have witnessed a historic event take place. Yandro Ulloa was busy ripping gears in his yellow 1998 SVT Cobra and snagged a record-setting quarter-mile pass of 8.47 seconds at 169 mph! That officially makes
The all-new manual brake conversion kit for the S550 Mustang saves weight, adds space under a cramped hood, and improves braking. Switching to a manual brake setup doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice great braking. The Aerospace Components S550 Mustang Manual Brake Conversion kit actually improves braking due to a
High crankcase vacuum can improve piston ring seal, prevent blow-by, and help aid in producing more horsepower, but many racers wish to run low-tension piston rings for less friction and have to compromise on vacuum pressure. Aerospace Components’ new Vacuum Pump System allows racers to get the best of both.