Better late than never, here are some more images from the 1999 Import Auto Salon.
Here's some cool stuff from AXZ in New York.....
This is REALLY sharp looking high capacity oil pan.
We didn't get any specs, but it sure is the sharpest oil pan we've seen.
Here's something, both Rich and I were drooling over. Individual throttle bodies!
These particular pieces are from TWM.
Here's a close-up of the fuel rail and regulator.
Here you can see the linkages and the cross-over tube.
A view of the throttle plates.
Here's some interesting items from the DC booth.
Here's s frontal look at the infamous DC 4 to 1 Ti header.
Here's another look from side. If you can live with noise this thing ROCKS!
Here's the next best thing for the rest of us, the street version.
The collector on this piece is VERY nice, much cleaner than the Mugen 4 to 1.
Some shots of Sport Compact Car's very cool project Impreza.
Here you can see the massive intercooler and fog lights.
Look at all that plumbing. Somebody put a lot of work in to this one.
Look at the huge exhaust. This one is not just for show either.
TRD's ultra-trick Eaton supercharger kit.
Super-sano install. Can't beat OEM performance parts!
Where else can you find a supercharger and intake manifold in one casting? Oh what a feeling!
A very sharp BMW 3 series.
These carbon Remus tips are works of art.
Paxton's very nice blown Cougar.
This car was very well executed, with tons of potential. It's nice to finally see some attractive and competitive sport compacts from the domestic manufacturers.
The packaging is tight, but very professional. Reminds me of the days when you could order your Mustang from the Ford dealer with the venerable Paxton already installed. What I wouldn't give for one of those classic '65 Shelby GT350's with the ultra-rare factory Paxton.
A close-up the of the huge Paxton.
JUN's Hyper-Lemon Civic drag car.
Civic body, Prelude motor..., this car is all about power to weight.
A couple engine shots, showing off the intricate custom header.
I'm not too sure what this is, but it sure looked intriguing.
A nice shot of the hand made intake plenum.