The new 3-D images display three to four layers of 24 pictures.
The new Classic Car Parts category encompasses more than 500 existing products spread across four main product lines.
Included in the release are products for heating and cooling systems, fuel delivery systems and engine management.
Fuel delivery system components concentrate on the use of specific plastics and nylons to reduce conductivity.
As part of its fourth-quarter product release, Spectra Premium is launching 80 new products, featuring many late-model high-quality aftermarket products for heating and cooling systems and engine management.
The award acknowledges the improvement of the company’s aftermarket aluminum VWP36A oil pan for VW/Audi applications.
Last November, Spectra Premium received NASCAR’s authorization to feature its radiators in the NASCAR Xfinity and then-NASCAR Camping World Truck series.
Located between the front grille and the condenser, the AGS are plastic shutters that open or close to control the inbound airflow. Restricting the airflow improves fuel economy by helping the engine to warm up and reducing drag at high speed. This recent technological development has been in use in cars (like the Dodge Dart) and light trucks (like the Ram 1500 and Ford F150) for a few years.
Spectra Premium has developed a high-performance radiator to NASCAR’s technical specifications which has passed its final test by successfully running in three previous Xfinity races at Dover (October 6th), Kansas (October 20th) and Texas (November 3rd).
The use of grommets replaces the brazed tube to header joints, which results in a more durable heavy-duty part for truck applications, according to Spectra.
The event encompassed Friday practice sessions and two full days of racing for two classes (Élite 1 and Élite 2 – Oct. 18-21).
Spectra Premium has introduced 180 new parts in its latest product release across several heating and cooling, fuel and undercar and engine management products.