New Thins for 2006!

Discussion in 'Full Throttle Speed&Style' started by Mike Licht, Dec 15, 2005.

  1. Mike Licht

    Mike Licht Registered User Staff Member

    We are working on some new products for next year here is a partial list:

    91lb High-Z injectors

    Garrett Ball bearing turbos - These are going to be AWESOME

    Exhaust Systems and Downpipes - Since there is a some items that are hard to get. New downpipes for 3 and 4 bolt turbos, Headers Stainless exhaust systems, TTA downpipe and Syclone Downpipe

    H-Beam rods - $449 [​IMG]

    affordable stroker kits

    We are adding new product lines some this week some are already in stock Champion Racing, ARP, SCE, BHJ, J&W and more

    Intercoolers - I have been looking at cores and have some ideas but with all the new stuff coming from other folks I think we will sit that one out for a while

    We are also looking at some new electronics - stay tuned

    If you have suggestions or idea please feel free to let me know. If you have questions please feel free to post them but if the question is How Much? or When can I get XXXXX part? I most likely will not have an answer. Watch the web site and this part of the board.

    Thanks to all of you for your business in 2005 we are looking forward to 2006
    Mike & Marianne Licht
    Full Throttle Speed
    586 790 4406
     
  2. FlyinGN

    FlyinGN Registered User

    way to go Mike!!!! Thanks for keeping our aftermarket alive for our cars..
     
  3. Slow91z

    Slow91z New Member

    Anyway we can get a middle ground on High-Z injectors?? Like some 72's or 80's?? Just something between 91's and 60's.

    And some affordable brake upgrades, preferably not needing 17" wheels.
     
  4. Mike Licht

    Mike Licht Registered User Staff Member

    With the chip technology we have today there is no reason to go smaller drivabilty and milage will be the same. The cost of tooling a new size is also quite high, if there is enough demand it can be done but as of now I really see no reason
    Mike
     
  5. Slow91z

    Slow91z New Member

    I guesss that makes sense...Just an idea.
     
  6. NJTURBO

    NJTURBO There's no retiring from this

    Cool deal Mike.


    Mike any idea on the rods, the more people I speak to, this project has not even gotten started yet. I need forged rods, I only have 2 choices today Oliver or Crowler and you know what they cost. If you know for a fact within a few weeks that is one thing, if you feel it is not going to happen please let us know. There is a big interest for these rods.
     
  7. Mike Licht

    Mike Licht Registered User Staff Member

    We should have the rods IN STOCK next week
    Mike
     
  8. NJTURBO

    NJTURBO There's no retiring from this

    Mike not sure how you are pulling this off but I will wait and I know a few others will as well:anbet: :anbet:
     
  9. jetmech

    jetmech Registered User

    Im in the market for high z 65's but whats going to be an estimated cost on the 91's.
     
  10. Mike Licht

    Mike Licht Registered User Staff Member

    We are not sure yet when we know ew will post prices
    Mike
     
  11. turbopowered68

    turbopowered68 Registered User

    3.625" Stroker cranks AVAILABLE late April 2006
    Will this crank fit OE ’85-’87 blocks? IF YES
    Will the block have to be machined for this crank to fit and work?
    Will the stock rods fit it?
    Will it support 600 hp?
    How much for a crank, balancer and flex plate?
    Do you carry a rotating assemble kit (strocker crank, pistons 30 over 9to1 or 9.5to1 comp, balancer, flexplate, rods piston rings and bearings) for the ’85-’87 blocks? If yes how much?
    Also give me a shipping price to 11207
    Thanks
     
  12. Mike Licht

    Mike Licht Registered User Staff Member

    Well I am glad someone is looking at the web site :rockwoot: there are a few new items there. I will answer your questions:



    3.625" Stroker cranks AVAILABLE late April 2006
    Will this crank fit OE ’85-’87 blocks? IF YES yes
    Will the block have to be machined for this crank to fit and work? Yes
    Will the stock rods fit it? Yes
    Will it support 600 hp? No problem
    How much for a crank, balancer and flex plate? No price yet
    Do you carry a rotating assemble kit (strocker crank, pistons 30 over 9to1 or 9.5to1 comp, balancer, flexplate, rods piston rings and bearings) for the ’85-’87 blocks? If yes how much? We will but it likely will not have a balancer at first
    Also give me a shipping price to 11207 Not Yet
    Thanks Your welcome

    Some details:
    We are waitng for the first crank which we expect soon (next week?). This one will be measured up and fit in a block and a test item that will go in my T-Type. I expect we will have to do some clearancing and possibly some oil pick up mods. But until we fit it in a block we won''t know. We will do this, take pictures, post them up and if needed make the parts available so anyone can build one of these motors. I have made arraingments with Diamond to have exclusive pistons made for us for these cranks and the K1 rods (both sizes) that we will be able to sell at the price of a shelve item instead of a much more expensive custom unit this took a large commitment to them but it is done. I am getting some S.F.I. Internal balance flexplates made up but do not expect those for a 3 to 4 months. They should sell under $100. We have lots of projects going right now more than I can finish quickly. We will be opening our 5000 sq ft manufacturing and R&D facility soon which will help a bunch. (sorry we are not working on cars) Bob is also working on new Electroinc tuning devices that we will announce in the next 2 to 4 weeks. (1 for Buicks that kicks serious ass) We are doing evertthing we can to support the Buick Commmunity and provide quaility, innovative parts at prices anyone can afford.
    Mike
    :beer:
     
  13. turbopowered68

    turbopowered68 Registered User

    thanks for the super fast reply.
     
  14. sgtroy1031

    sgtroy1031 Registered User

    Mike........ You ROCK!!!!! Love IT!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  15. Turbo1dr

    Turbo1dr Registered User

    You mentioned 91lb High-Z injectors. Are they still on paper or are they available? Any other sizes between 60's and 91's?
     
  16. Mike Licht

    Mike Licht Registered User Staff Member

    they are still sorting those out
     

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