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Randy Johnson's 1972 Chevy Camaro Gets Attention at SEMA and Ultimate Street Car Challenge

Randy Johnson's 1972 Chevy Camaro attracted visitors at SEMA 2013

Randy Johnson's 1972 Chevy Camaro attracted visitors at SEMA 2013

One would suspect that Randy Johnson has many passions, and after learning a little about the Kewaskum, Wisconsin native, it would be safe to say his family and custom cars are two very important elements of his life.

Johnson designed a dual Spectre air filter intake system using several Spectre components for his 1972 Camaro at SEMA

Johnson designed a dual Spectre air filter intake system using several Spectre components for his 1972 Camaro at SEMA

Johnson realized his inclination to gravitate toward building cars early on in life. Assisting friends with builds was enjoyable to him, and with every moment he spent around vehicles came more knowledge- a knowledge that would eventually prove essential in his occupation. "I've always loved the automobile," recalled Johnson. "I find it a great way to express myself through the build of a custom car."

As an adult, Randy Johnson's enthusiasm for building custom cars remained steadfast. In fact, in 2007, he and his wife, Tobie, embarked upon a journey. Their new business would be dedicated to customizing vehicles. When the paperwork was done, D&Z Customs was born.

Of course, the builder is heavily into providing his clients with a one-of-a-kind product. However, he has partaken in several personal endeavors as well. Throughout the years, he has built eight project cars, the latest, a 1972 Camaro - a project that would wow the crowd at SEMA 2013.

SEMA featured 1972 Camaro is equipped with custom seats, steering wheel, Tiger Cage, Autometer guage, shifter, shifter boot, floor pedals, rear view mirror, fire extinguisher and more

SEMA featured 1972 Camaro is equipped with custom seats, steering wheel, Tiger Cage, Autometer guage, shifter, shifter boot, floor pedals, rear view mirror, fire extinguisher and more

When in the market for their next vehicle, some custom car enthusiasts search for a rig void of blemishes. But as a builder, Randy Johnson's mind set is a great deal different. While in pursuit of a car fitting the needs of his most previous project, the wheels likely began to turn upon locating a 1972 Camaro that was a far cry from eye candy. The body was painted with grey primer and the car was literally in pieces. A project that had proven overwhelming for the previous owner was viewed as an opportunity for Johnson.

Shortly thereafter, the builder put his nose to the grindstone. Dropping a Wagner Automotive-built 441 cubic inch LS7 in the engine compartment, he clearly had ample horsepower at his disposal. The engine was designed and built to perform. It sported a Comp cam, RHS LS7 R heads, a FAST 102 intake, a Callies crankshaft and rods and Wiseco pistons.

Regardless of an engine's components, it's life expectancy is short if proper lubrication isn't ensured. That in mind, the builder opted to install a Daily Engineering 3-satge dry sump system. This modification ensured a steady flow of oil in all conditions, which in turn, lent to a more consistent oil pressure and optimal horsepower.

Throughout the years, Johnson had depended upon Spectre products, and this build would prove no different. He designed a dual Spectre air filter intake system using several components.

"Spectre products have always been a natural choice for me in my builds," explained Johnson. "With all of the great aluminum tube pieces, it makes it easy to build a custom intake for whatever your car is.

"Great working and many filter options," he continued. "I'm very happy with the Spectre product line. I was very satisfied with the quality, and plan to continue using Spectre products in future builds."

With the drive line behind him, Randy Johnson cast his thoughts to a dependable suspension, capable of performing in a racing environment, yet lending to good handleability on the highway.

He chose a Heidts Pro-G suspension on the front and a Heidts Pro-G G.I.R.S. in the back. Installing Ridetech triple adjustable coil-overs all the way around the Camaro, he had the comfort of knowing the car could handle a plethora of conditions.

Of course, safety is always an issue, and the braking system plays a huge role in the well-being of the car, it's driver and those around them. Johnson chose to bolt on Wildwood 6-piston 14" brakes in the front. The rear brakes were also manufactured by Wildwood - the 10.5 4-piston models.

Aesthetics were also of great importance. In fact, when asked some of the more challenging aspects of the project, Johnson said, " Building the custom hood, rear spoiler and front spoiler."

Following the exterior modifications it was time to dress the Camaro up with a paint job And Randy Johnson had no intentions of doing anything other than providing onlookers with a product that was both exhilarating and pleasant to the eye. In fact, he suggested the paint scheme he chose was well accepted at SEMA 2013.

Making a few modifications to the lighting system, and bolting and adding impressive wheels and tires to the mix, he centered his attention to the car's interior. Sparco seats and steering wheel added to the overall comfort and look, while a Ridetech/DZ Customs full-custom Tiger Cage lent to an extra element of safety. With the installation of an Autometer guage display, shifter and shifter boot , Wildwood pedals, a rear view mirror and a fire extinguisher, the project was all but done.

Randy Johnson's build was not only a beautiful piece of work, but was built with performance in mind, as it finished 35th in the Ultimate Street Car Challenge."

Although countless hours were dedicated to this particular project, one can rest assured that Johnson considers his labors and well worth the effort. In fact, the builder likely gleamed with pride when his 1972 Camaro earned the Good Guys Gold award at the most recent SEMA convention. The car has also been featured on You Tube interviews with Power Media TV and high performance University and most of us can only imagine what it's like to see our ride featured in Popular Hot Rodding magazine. Johnson's car was in a feature photo shoot for Camaro Performers and was included in Top 10 Chevrolets by Block Forum.

While tinkering with automobiles as a youngster, Randy Johnson likely had aspirations of embarking upon his own projects as an adult. But little did he know that he would eventually set standards in the world of building custom cars.

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Wally Olczak Brings 2006 GTO To SEMA 2013

Wally Olczak's 2006 Pontiac GTO
Wally Olczak's 2006 Pontiac GTO
Grant Park, Illinois native, Wally Olczak's passion for upgrading his rides began at an early age. "I have been a car guy my entire life," recalled the owner of FM3 Performance Marketing. "I started by upgrading my BMX bicycle as a kid and moved to bigger toys as I got older. I've been in the automotive business since 1989."

Although Olczak has dabbled in many makes and models, the Pontiac GTOs have a special place in his heart. At the age of 19, he purchased and built his first GTO, a 1966 model.

"I built that car from scratch," said Olczak. "Life got busy, and I sold that car to build my house. I was raising a family and didn't have the extra time or money," he continued. Finally, as I get older, I'm able to do that again.

One-and-one-half years ago, the business owner purchased another GTO, However, this vehicle differed a great deal from his first, as it came off of the floor in 2006.

When asked if he bought the car with a project in mind, Olczak said, "Yes and no. I was looking for a clean, late-model GTO to take to some track days and maybe do a few upgrades. After a few outings, I discovered that it handled like a dump truck on gravel. I contacted Bruce Raymond and Mike Norris, at Raymond/Norris Performance, and asked for their help improve its handling. As with most car guys, the project took a life of its own from there.
Wally Olczak showing off his Spectre air intake and the engine of his 2006 Pontiac GTO
Wally Olczak showing off his Spectre air intake and the engine of his 2006 Pontiac GTO


"I have been a part of several builds in my lifetime," he explained. "But the last big build I did for myself was my '66 GTO."

Although the project was in good hands, there would obviously be obstacles along the way. The weight of the car was a definite concern. At 3,900-pounds, the task was creating an all-around street legal car that would prove competitive on the track.

That in mind, the build began with a suspension upgrade. The team turned to Pedders Suspension to provide them with a plethora of components. Many of which were prototypes built specifically for the project. However, they have since been added to Pedders product line.

To ensure a smoother ride and better handling, they went with differential bushing inserts, coil-overs and front adjustable sway bars. A front hub bearing package was essential while a number of well-designed bushings were utilized from front to back.

The company also provided the builders with lower ball joints, outer tie rods, shock bolts, and a 19mm adjustable rear sway bar. When the parts were installed, the effects were tremendous. Olczak and his fellow builders noticed a vast improvement in the performance of the car's overall ride.
Wally Olczak's 2006 Pontiac GTO on the track
Wally Olczak's 2006 Pontiac GTO on the track


One would only suspect a sigh of relief came with the completion of what they considered the greatest challenge of the build behind them. The suspension was the most radical modification," said Olczak. "Many at SEMA were very excited about it."

Although Olczak's GTO sports some of the most up-to-date suspension parts on the market, the car also benefits from several other modifications as well. The crew turned to Wilwood for a dependable front brake kit.

Eager to enhance performance, they went to work under the hood. Keeping a stock block and rotating assembly, they went with a FASTLXS 92mm black intake manifold package, Fuel Rail adapter and intake gasket kits.

They increased performance with a cam shaft, rocker arms and push rods produced by Comp Cams. Regardless of what lurked in the internal compartments of the engine, it was of utmost importance to ensure the exhaust system lacked any restriction. That in mind, they attached Dynatech headers to the Landspeed Development CNC ported and polished heads that they had previously attached to the block. And for looks, a pair of Holley Aluminum LS valve covers were bolted to the heads.

Searching for a great sound and adequate air flow entering the engine, they chose a cold air intake, produced by Spectre. "This is the first time I personally installed a Spectre intake," explained Olczak. But it came highly recommended. It's a quality product; simple installation, with an increase in performance."

Bearing in mind the importance of durability and performance, the team incorporated a Centerforce twin disk clutch system into the project and attached a Hurst competition Plus shifter to the transmission. Having upped the car's performance it only made sense to include rear end and axel into the mix that would exceed the stock component's performance and dependability. That in mind, they went with a G Force Rear end and axels.

With the suspension and drive train aspects of the build behind them, the team focused on comfort and safety, installing Recaro Sport TopLine seats, and chose Ridetech to provide the muscle car with safety features, including a Tiger Cage and 5-point harnesses.

Aesthetics were also essential. Dressing the car's exterior with a full vehicle wrap by Fetchgraphics, they accentuated the look with Ring Brothers hood pins. Black anodized 5-spoke wheels by Weld Racing and BF Goodrich G-Force Rival tires and the project was all but complete.

Upon purchasing his 2006 Pontiac GTO, one would suspect that Wally Olczak had aspirations of making a few modifications here and there. But little did he know that he was on the verge of embarking upon a 300-hour undertaking that at the project's end would dazzle attendees at SEMA 2013.

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Spectre Performance Air Intake for 2012 & 2013 Chevy Camaro Boosts Performance

Spectre's Chevy Camaro Air Intake 99881K with Red Air Filter
Spectre's Chevy Camaro Air Intake 99881K with Red Air Filter
Spectre's Chevy Camaro Air Intake 99881K with Blue Air Filter
Spectre's Chevy Camaro Air Intake 99881K with Blue Air Filter
For legendary, unadulterated, muscle car DNA spiked with Hollywood pizzazz, it doesn't get any better than the 2012 and 2013 Chevrolet Camaro. Now in its fifth-generation, this latest version captures the overall universal appeal of the original 1967 Camaro, plus, viewed head-on with a slight squint, a vision of the 1969 Camaro headlights begin to appear like a friendly classic car ghost. As it has in the past, the 2012 and 2013 Camaro with its suggestive power bulge on the hood appears fast and ready to pounce on lesser vehicles even when it’s standing still.
Spectre's Chevy Camaro Air Intake 99881K with Black Air Filter
Spectre's Chevy Camaro Air Intake 99881K with Black Air Filter
Spectre's Chevy Camaro Air Intake 99881K with White Air Filter
Spectre's Chevy Camaro Air Intake 99881K with White Air Filter


The 2012 and 2013 Camaro LT equipped with a 3.6-liter V6 revs to 7200 rpm and it puts out an estimated 323 horsepower and 278 pound-feet of torque, which pretty much passes for V8 performance stats. A six-speed manual transmission comes standard and the six-speed automatic is optional.

The inherent quality of any muscle car is the ability to further bulk up. That’s where the Spectre Performance air intake for the 2012 and 2013 models comes to play. Spectre 2012 and 2013 Camaro air intakes, part numbers 9981 (red air filter), 9981B (blue air filter), 9981K (black air filter), and 9981W (white air filter) are specifically engineered to add horsepower and torque, while the specially designed oiled synthetic filter media provides excellent engine protection against damaging particulates and debris.

These high-performance air intakes for 2012 and 2013 Camaro V6 models is constructed from high quality polished aluminum tubing and comes with a heat shield. For variety and your convenience, the Spectre low-restriction air filter elements are available in four different colors, which can be effortlessly cleaned and reused. Spectre Performance air intakes are also easy to install and require no special tools or skills, and they include all necessary boots, clamps and hardware for an OE fit and finish.

See all of Spectre air intake systems for the Chevy Camaro on our Spectre Chevrolet Camaro Air Intakes page. You can also browse all Spectre automotive products by category at SpectrePerformance.com. While you are there use the Products by Vehicle Search to find Spectre performance products specifically made for your vehicle. To find a Spectre dealer near you use the Spectre Dealer Locator.

Ridetech Awes SEMA Attendees With 1933 Ford

The Ridetech 1933 Ford has seen its share of success, winning several events during the 2012 and 2013 seasons
The Ridetech 1933 Ford has seen its share of success, winning several events during the 2012 and 2013 seasons
Those in the business of building hot rods are likely familiar with Ridetech, and rightfully so. The Jasper, Indiana based company specializes in the manufacture of high-performance suspension systems.

The company takes pride in the fact a vast majority of their components are researched, developed and manufactured on site. These capabilities lend to "complete control over every aspect of design, quality and delivery."

Although suspension is their game, the Ridetech crew is talented in many other aspects of building rods. In fact, they have been assembling project cars for the past 17 years.

When asked how he originally got interested in these mechanical undertakings, business owner Bret Voelkel said, "Always been a gear-head. And having the talent to do what we do at Ridetech allows us to build some of the coolest cars out there. Just keeps me going."

Voelkel recently embarked upon a journey to Nevada, where he would dazzle the attendees of SEMA 2013 with a vehicle that epitomized design and performance. The car had already proven its capabilities numerous times prior to rolling to a stop at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

The Ridetech 1933 Ford's portfolio of achievements dated back to 2012. One would suspect Voelkel and his crew glimmered with pride after a win at the Optima Ultimate Street Car Invitational Brake Stop Competition. The hot rod was also victorious at the 2012 Goodguys Pro Series, and the Goodguys Street Rod Series.

The project car saw its share of success in 2013 as well. It earned a checkered flag at the Optima Face Off at Road America Brake Stop Competition, and a victory at the 2013 Optima Face Off at Road America.

With such an impressive track record, it's only fitting that this ride receives a variety of media coverage. The 1933 Ford graced the cover of the July 2013 issue of Hot Rod Magazine, a feat dreamed of by all builders and car owners. The publication also dedicated a 10-page article pertaining to the Ridetech project.
Although Ridetech is noted for producing high-performance suspension systems,   the Ridetech 1933 Ford is a great example of the crew’s ability to build a hot rod from stem to stern
Although Ridetech is noted for producing high-performance suspension systems, the Ridetech 1933 Ford is a great example of the crew’s ability to build a hot rod from stem to stern


The car received it's much-deserved television airtime, as it was featured on five Optima Street Car TV shows.

The Ridetech 1933 Ford project was a result of dedication and perseverance. In fact, the team dedicated a staggering excess of 6,000-hours into the build. Beginning with a Factory Five kit, the Ridetech crew began working their magic, in the process, executing a few new ideas.

And as one would suspect, Ridetech manufactured parts were well represented during the assembly of the muscle car. This rig was destined to sport a suspension system, unsurpassed.

They opted to go with a "wishbone" design for the rear suspension. "Two bottom Links and a single "A" arm in the top, to control both lateral and axial rotation" provided the car with stability, predictability and speedy response.

Using the original pivot points, the crew fabricated and installed new control arms. They went with a Woodard rack and pinion front steering system, lending to greater handleability. With intentions of a means to set the car up more accurately in various conditions, the builders modified the spring rate drastically and bolted on front and back swaybars.

Although specializing in high-performance suspension systems, Ridetech had no intentions of stopping with a great ride and maneuverability. It was time to focus on the drive train.

Dropping an aluminum block, Ford, 427 small block engine, equipped with a Holley EFI fuel system, under the hood, lent to 580 horses of raw power. A three-inch exhaust system would ensure minimal resistance.

Acutely aware of the importance of maintenance, it was essential to take all precautions to ensure the engine remained contaminant free. That in mind, they turned to Spectre Performance for their filtering needs.

Bolting a magnesium NASCAR 4-speed to the back of the block, they could focus on other aspects of the drive train without concern of a subpar transmission. Installing a Winters quick-change rear end, they moved on to the braking system.

Lurking behind Forgeline wheels, 14" baer brakes provided impressive stopability. With other aspects of safety also in mind, the 1933 Ford was equipped with a full stainless roll cage, fuel-safe fuel cell and an onboard fire suppression system.

The Ridetech team also had the opportunity to showcase their fabrication skills with a plethora of aluminum fasteners, handles, latches and trim work on the body's exterior. They played a huge role in the modification of the interior as well, as it is completely hand-formed, double-wall, aluminum shielded.

Brett Voelkel and his talented crew at Ridetech turned the first wrench on the 1933 Ford project in January of 2010. Due to a vision, and countless hours of hard work and perseverance, the project is still paying dividends, and is yet turning heads today.

One might ponder why a man and his team would embark upon such a demanding project. However, building enthusiasts like Brett Voelkel and his crew might beg to differ. When asked the most enjoyable aspect of the project, the business owner suggested the brightest moment was hearing it run for the first time, and ensured it's first jaunt around the track ran a close second.

With SEMA 2013 behind him, one has to wonder what Voelkel has in store for the upcoming year. However, one can rest assured he and his crew will be well represented when the next event rolls around. "We will always be very active with the SEMA show," he ensured. "Either with company or customer cars."

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Spectre Has You Covered with Multi-size Flange Clamp-on Cone Air Filters

Spectre's multi-flange air filters include two insert adapters to allow the filters to clamp on to 3
Spectre's multi-flange air filters include two insert adapters to allow the filters to clamp on to 3", 3.5" or 4" tubing
Every engine that runs by internal combustion of fuel requires air to operate, and the more efficiently that clean air flows to the engine to burn fuels like gasoline and diesel, the better your engine performs. That's information you can find in the first chapter of any Engine Maintenance for Dummies manual, yet air filters continue to be one of the most neglected parts of an engine, even though air filters are an easily replaceable component of the air intake system.
Spectre's multi-flange clamp on air filter are available in various sizes, heights and colors
Spectre's multi-flange clamp on air filter are available in various sizes, heights and colors


Spectre Performance, with our universal clamp-on air filters, is doing our best to buck that needlessly, unproductive trend.

Whether you are looking for the perfect clamp-on air filter to finish your vehicle's air intake, or a more cost effective replacement to the one you have, or if you need a filter for your generator or pump's air intake - we have you covered.

Spectre's multi-size flange, clamp-on air filters are specifically designed with inserts, so they provide you the flexibility to use them for 3", 3.5" and 4" flanges. These round, tapered cone style replacement air filters are pre-oiled at the factory, so they're ready to install. They have an inverted air filter top for a larger filter surface area resulting in higher air flow potential and a longer service life. Spectre's precisely prepared air filters feature a highly efficient, synthetic filter media, with select number of filter design options available in a choice of red, blue, black and white media.

Spectre's Multi-Flange Clamp-on Cone Filters
Part Number Flange I.D. Base O.D. Top O.D. Height Media Color
8161
8161
3", 3.5", 4" 6.0" 4.75" 2.5" Black
8162
8162
3", 3.5", 4" 6.0" 4.75" 2.5" Red
8166
8166
3", 3.5", 4" 6.0" 4.75" 2.5" Blue
8168
8168
3", 3.5", 4" 6.0" 4.75" 2.5" White
8131
8131
3", 3.5", 4" 6.0" 4.75" 6.7" Black
8132
8132
3", 3.5", 4" 6.0" 4.75" 6.7" Red
8136
8136
3", 3.5", 4" 6.0" 4.75" 6.7" Blue
8138
8138
3", 3.5", 4" 6.0" 4.75" 6.7" White
9731
9731
3", 3.5", 4" 6.0" 4.75" 9.5" Black
9732
9732
3", 3.5", 4" 6.0" 4.75" 9.5" Red
9736
9736
3", 3.5", 4" 6.0" 4.75" 9.5" Blue
9738
9738
3", 3.5", 4" 6.0" 4.75" 9.5" White


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James Shipka Discusses His One Lap Camaro, Winning OLOA and Attending OUSCI and SEMA

James Shipka and his Spectre Performance equipped Camaro has won the One Lap of America event all four times he's competed in it
James Shipka and his Spectre Performance equipped Camaro has won the One Lap of America event all four times he's competed in it
"Lots can happen over the course of eight days and 3500 miles," shared James Shipka, driver and co-owner of the Spectre Performance sponsored One Lap Camaro. And by lots he means, everything and anything can, and will happen. From a failed wheel bearing on the way to Daytona, to a co-driver receiving bad news about a family member and making the difficult decision to pull-out suddenly in Denver. Shipka is talking about the herculean, automotive endurance event, with the marked rock n' roll, in-your-face edge called - The 2013 Tire Rack One Lap of America. This year was the 30th running of Brock Yates' extreme challenge for driving enthusiasts.

"Possibly the coolest thing about the OLOA is its combination of history and the unique field of competitors who attend," says Shipka. "This is one of the only events anywhere where a 'nobody' like me, can be on the track competing with a reigning Rolex GT Champion. The event has no rules, anyone can participate, and that makes it truly unique."

In the early, up-the-establishment '70's, Yates, the senior editor of Car and Driver Magazine, created the now infamous Cannonball Sea-to-Shining-Sea Memorial Trophy Dash to prove that well-trained drivers, under the proper conditions, can indeed safely negotiate the American highways at speeds a tad in excess of the posted limit. The event highlights many of America's fastest street-legal cars in a flat-out, no-holds-barred race from New York City, to Redondo Beach, California, forever immortalized in the movie Cannonball Run. Car and Driver reports that to date only one team has ever crashed, which neatly supports Yates's contention.
James Shipka first became a Spectre customer when he was a 17-year-old hot-rodder
James Shipka first became a Spectre customer when he was a 17-year-old hot-rodder


"I've run the OLOA four times, and have won the Vintage American Class (for 1989 and older domestic cars) four times, with three different co-drivers (once with David Pozzi, twice with co-owner Mary Pozzi and once with Carl Casanova)," remarked Shipka. "My best overall finish was this May, with 21st Overall out of a field of 75 plus cars." My highlights would include running at some unbelievable tracks, like the Rolex Course at Daytona and Barber Motorsports Park in Alabama."

The 2013 OLOA challenged the teams to compete and complete in 20 timed competitions, including 172 hours of skid-pad, autocross, dragstrip, and racetrack events during the nearly 3,500 mile highway journey. Think of it as an eight-day decathlon-lite for driving aficionados.

"When I was building the Camaro it was back in the 'early days' of the Pro-Touring movement. Lots of very cool cars were being built but there was no venue or events to run in (this is pre-dating the Optima Ultimate Street Car Invitational days, before Goodguys incorporated Autocross events, and before the ASCS and USCS existed). Claims were being made that these cars were cutting edge and that they were capable of competing with the best of the best, etc. but there was no yardstick for comparison. I looked at a few possible venues to prove that these modern muscle cars were capable, and the one that stuck out the most was the OLOA," Shipka explains as to why he first entered the event.
An intermitted power-steering issue caused Shipka to come up short at the 2013 OUSCI event
An intermitted power-steering issue caused Shipka to come up short at the 2013 OUSCI event


"It's probably one of the most difficult 'amateur' events in North America. I was familiar with the event through magazine article but had no firsthand knowledge (not the greatest foundation to build a "purpose built" car on). My personal influences in building the car came from Mark Steilow (who has run the OLOA several times) and RJ Gottlieb (who set several records in the Silver State Classic Challenge). More than anything I wanted to prove that a 60's muscle car could be competitive." And to that end Shipka says he's been a loyal customer and supporter of Spectre Performance ever since his car was first under construction about eight years ago.

"Technically, like a lot of younger hot-rodders at the time, I was a customer of Spectre when I was 17 and working on my first car, and using their hose covering products. I installed a Spectre filter on the One Lap car just before the very first Optima Ultimate Street Car Invitational in 2008 and have been a huge supporter of theirs ever since."
James Shipka runs a custom built Spectre air Intake on his famed Camaro
James Shipka runs a custom built Spectre air Intake on his famed Camaro


"Today I have a Spectre Extraflow Air Cleaner, along with a custom built Spectre air intake. Currently we have one of the new reusable Pure Power billet oil filters on the car."

With his 2013 invitation, Shipka has in fact now competed in five Optima Ultimate Street Car Invitational's in all. "Unfortunately for us we broke the power steering rack during the first round of the event, the RideTech Street Challenge Autocross. We were able to still put together a decent finish," says Shipka, "but with intermittent power steering we were never able to lay down that one solid run."

The team gave it their best shot at fixing the steering before the Road Course portion of the event, but to no avail. The persistent steering issue continued to plague Shipka throughout the remainder of the event.

"OUSCI is an awesome event and although we had a legitimate opportunity for what should have been our best ever finish this year, it wasn't meant to be," said Shipka. "It's always an honor to be invited and I had hoped to represent Spectre better, but the reality of our hobby is that 'stuff happens' despite our best efforts to the contrary. We'll just dust ourselves off and try to get the car ready for the first event being hosted by the new Ultimate Street Car Association this March at Laguna Seca."
The well-traveled One Lap Camaro continues to hold its own regardless of where it appears
The well-traveled One Lap Camaro continues to hold its own regardless of where it appears


Regardless of the venue, the One Lap Camaro continues to turn heads at wherever event it makes an appearance, as the 2013 Las Vegas SEMA show once again proved.

"This was our fourth time at SEMA with the car, and as always, it was a great week," Shipka adds. "SEMA is like no other event in the world and to be invited to represent a great company like Spectre is always an honor. As anyone who has done SEMA can attest, the preparation and work to attend is mind-boggling, and this year was no different. Only two weeks before the show the car wasn't even running, and we were replacing parts while the car was in the trailer, on the way to the show. I was concerned with how the car would present itself, given we have five years of hard use behind us now. But I was thrilled that the car more than held its own. It was another great experience."

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Spectre Accucharge Air Filter Service Kit for all Spectre HPR Air Filters

Spectre's AccuCharge® Air Filter Cleaning Kit with a Spectre Air Filter
Spectre's AccuCharge® Air Filter Cleaning Kit with a Spectre Air Filter
Have you ever noticed how your car just seems to run a little better after you clean it? Of course that's just a pleasant illusion. Washing off the road grime on the outside doesn't actually make your car noticeably more aerodynamic and slippery through the air. But a clean, shiny car does look newer and fresher, and that's certainly worth a few imaginary mphs.
AccuCharge® Air Filter Cleaning Kit for Spectre Air Filters
AccuCharge® Air Filter Cleaning Kit for Spectre Air Filters


Now with a new Spectre Accucharge Air Filter Service Kit (HPR4820), which is designed specifically for the cleaning and care of all Spectre HPR™ (oiled synthetic) air filters, you can clean under the hood and rediscover some actual, tangible lost performance. Your car needs to breathe freely in order to perform at its peak. When your air filter gets clogged with dirt and dust your engine isn't getting all the oxygen it needs to maximize the explosive force that powers it.

With a Spectre Accucharge Air Filter Service Kit, it takes less effort and time than washing the outside of your car, to insure that your Spectre air filter is always running at top performance. It's recommend that you inspect your air filter during regularly scheduled manufacturers' maintenance intervals, or every 7,000 miles. Your driving conditions of course play a key factor. If you live in a particularly dusty or harsh environment, then it's recommend that you service your filter more frequently.With a Spectre HPR4820 kit, that becomes amazingly constructive and simple task.

The kit comes complete with a 12 fluid ounce bottle of cleaner and an 8 fluid ounce bottle of oil, and the spray top bottles make application effortless. Plus, with the easy to follow instructions, keeping the air flowing and getting the most out of your Spectre air filter becomes a snap.

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Spectre Performance Excels at the Sixth Annual Optima Ultimate Street Car Invitational

Spectre Performance first jumped into the OUSCI in 2009 and their reputation for success has continued to grow over the years
Spectre Performance first jumped into the OUSCI in 2009 and their reputation for success has continued to grow over the years
Pure power, performance and exhilaration - that's what the Sixth Annual Optima Ultimate Street Car Invitational delivered in heaping helpings to the largest crowd the event has seen to date. A packed field of 58 of the optimum muscle cars on the planet, setting blistering lap times and generating astonishing finishes, made for the most memorable display of competition in OUSCI Invitational franchise history.

The OUSCI first came on the scene in 2008, as a means to bring the cars showcased at SEMA in Las Vegas to a venue where they could compete in various track style events, and to make a statement that they were more than mere trailer queens and poser show cars. Throughout the year, a total of nine qualifying events were run, each testing both driver skill and vehicle performance. A select group of competitors was chosen at the end of each event to participate in the 2013 OUSCI, which took place in Pahrump, Nevada on November 9th.

The sixth annual event combined five challenges that thoroughly tested every aspect of each competitor's performance. This year a 1965 Corvette owned by Brian Hobaugh took home the title of "Ultimate Street Car." Hobaugh drove to top finishes in the Ridetech Street Challenge and Autocross, as well as the Wilwood Disc Brakes Speed Stop Challenge. The victorious vette ran a custom Spectre air intake system. And Hobaugh's car was not the exception in the field, as six of the top-10 finishers featuring Spectre performance products.
Spectre's key markets are the muscle car, hot rod, and overall performance markets
Spectre's key markets are the muscle car, hot rod, and overall performance markets


"As a vendor/sponsor, Spectre jumped in to OUSCI in 2009, as the sponsor of the Design/Build Challenge (known today as the Performance Design Challenge)," commented Spectre Brand Manager, Mike Morrow. "In 2010, Spectre again signed on in the same Design/Build Challenge sponsor role, only this time we brought out our own 1970 mid-engine LS7 powered El Camino as an entry in the competition as well. Having spent over a year and half with the Spectre Performance truck and trailer traveling the country and participating in many of the different OUSCI qualifying events and Good Guys Autocross events, we'd formed many relationships and began to gather a pretty good following within the pro-touring and muscle car community. And that year we were the intake and filter system of choice on about eight vehicles."

By 2011 Spectre had become embedded into the pro-touring community and they essentially had product, stickers and support from just over half of the competitors. Although they were officially only spectators for the next two years, they nevertheless continued their relationships with many of the competitors through the qualifiers, and prior to the event they had worked with many of them to design and build custom intake systems.

At the beginning of this year Morrow sat down to compare notes. "OUSCI became a project that I asked to take on for Spectre, as an effort to elevate our presence, and to get as much coverage as we could," Morrow explains.

"Reaching out to many of the competitors prior to the event, we were able to put together a list of 17 cars that had Spectre products/decals competing in the event. Recognizing that media coverage and exposure on TV was key, having the Spectre truck and trailers along with a car representing the brand was, in my mind, crucial as well. At the end of the day we were able to get coverage for what we hope will be the final cut on five TV interviews, with the brand being highlighted, and with several photo shoot opportunities for upcoming magazine and online coverage."

"The key to this type of event is the relationships built over time with many of the participants, promoters, media and other manufacturers," Morrow adds. Spectre's primary markets have been the muscle car and hot rod niches, and playing an active role over the years actually made my job relatively easy this year."

Browse all Spectre automotive products by category at SpectrePerformance.com. While you are there use the Products by Vehicle Search to find Spectre performance products specifically made for your vehicle. To find a Spectre dealer near you use the Spectre Dealer Locator.

Spectre Air Filter Boosts Airflow and Performance on Many 2003-2017 Subaru Models

The Spectre HPR9997 air filter with pre-oiled non-woven synthetic medium ensures optimum airflow.

The Spectre HPR9997 air filter is designed to fit a large assortment of 2003-2017 Subaru models

Formerly known as Fuji Heavy Industries, Subaru is a Japanese car manufacturer that was founded in July 1953. It is known for its boxer engines used to power most of its models. Also known as a flat engine, the boxer engine features horizontally opposed cylinders that are arranged in two banks on either side of a single crankshaft. It is also known for using symmetrical all wheel drive drivetrain layout since 1972. The flat or boxer engine and all-wheel drive has become standard on mid-size and smaller cars in most international markets since 1996.

Subaru first appeared in Canada in 1976, the Philippines in 1996, the United Kingdom in 1974, and the United States in 1968.

Subaru became the first to introduce a four-cylinder boxer diesel engine in 2007. A 2.0-liter DOHC, it was dubbed the EE20 that produced 147-horsepower ant 258-lb-ft (350 N-m) of torque.

The EJ version of the engine was introduced in 1989 and included five main crankshaft bearings and four valves per cylinder. It had one timing belt and came in both SOHC and DOHC. There were two phases to the engine – phase I was from 1989-1998 and phase II was from 1999-2010. The EJ15 powered the 1990-2003 Impreza, the EJ16 was used to power the 1993-2006 Impreza, and the EJ20 powered the 2002-2005 WRX in the United States.

The FA engine was developed to reduce weight and still maintain durability.

The FA20F version was introduced in 2012 and included direct fuel injection and twin-scroll turbocharger. It powered the 2012 and later Legacy 2.0GT, the 2014 and later Levorg, the 2014 and later Forester XT, and the 2015 and later WRX. The Legacy and Levorg engines produced 296-horsepower (221 kW) at 5600 rpm and 295-lb-ft (400 N-m) of torque at 2000-4800 rpm; the Forester XT generated 250-horsepower (186 kW) at 5600 rpm and 258-lb-ft (350 N-m) of torque at 2000-4800 rpm; and the 2015 and later WRX produced 268-horsepower (200 kW) at 5600 rpm and 258-lb-ft (350 N-m) of torque at 2000-5200 rpm. Other facts about this engine:

• Displacement: 1,998cc

• Bore: 86mm

• Stroke: 86mm

• Compression Ratio: 10.6:1

The FB engine was announced in September 2010. The engine increases piston stroke and decreases piston bore resulting in a reduction of emissions and improved fuel economy while increasing and broadening torque output over the previous generation engine. It includes a timing chain instead of a timing belt allowing the valves to be placed at a narrower angle to each other providing less unburned fuel during cold starts and thus reducing emissions. The FB16 engine variation powers the 2012 and later Subaru Impreza XV and produces 113-horsepower (84 kW) at 5600 rpm and 111-lb-ft (150 N-m of torque at 4000 rpm. The FB16 DIT version produces 168-horsepower (125 kW) at 4800 to 5600 rpm and 184-lb-ft (250 N-m) of torque at 1800 to 4800 rpm. It powers the 2014 and later Levorg. The FB20 version powers the 2016 Impreza and 2017 Impreza sedan and hatchback and produces 150-horsepower (112 kW) at 6000 rpm and 148-lb-ft (200 N-m) of torque at 4000 rpm. The FB20B powers the 2011 and later Forester and produces 146-horsepower (109 kW) at 6000 rpm and 145-lb-ft (196 N-m) of torque at 4200 rpm. It also powers the 2012-2016 Impreza and the 2012 and later XV and generates 148-horsepower (110 kW) at 6200 rpm and 145-lb-ft (197 N-m) of torque at 4200 rpm.

One of Subaru’s workhorse gasoline engines is the EZ Series, which was introduced in 1999 in the Japanese market for the Subaru Outback and introduced in 2000 in the United States also in the Outback. The EZ is a flat-six, 24-valve, quad-cam engine with an aluminum block and heads and is offered in two variants –- the EZ30 and EZ36.

There were two versions of the EZ30D engine. The first version featured one exhaust port per head, a cable-actuated throttle, and a cast aluminum intake manifold. Only available with an automatic transmission, the engine powered the 2000-2004 Outback H6, 2000-2002 Legacy GT30, and the 2000-2002 Legacy Lancaster 6. It produced 217-horsepower (162 kW) at 6000 rpm and 213-lb-ft (289 N-m) of torque at 4400 rpm.

The second EZ30D version of the EZ series engine featured three exhaust ports per head, intelligent active valve lift system (I-AVLS) that was valvetrain technology used on the 2.5-liter naturally aspirated single overhead camshaft that changed which camshaft is operating which one of two intake valves to improve performance and efficiency, active valve control system on the intake cams only, a drive-by-wire throttle, and a plastic intake valve. It powered the 2003-2009 Legacy, the 2005-2009 Outback, and the 2006-2007 Tribeca. It produced 242-horsepower (180 kW) at 6600 rpm and 219-lb-ft (297 N-m) of torque at 4200 rpm. Other facts about this engine:

• Displacement: 2999

• Bore: 89.2mm

• Stroke: 80 mm

• Compression: 10.7:1

Used to power the 2010 to the current Legacy and Outback, the EZ36D engine is also used to power the 2008-2014 Tribeca. It features a plastic intake manifold; three exhaust ports per head, drive-by-wire throttle, asymmetrical connected rod, and an active valve control system (AVCS), which uses hydraulic oil pressure to rotate the camshaft to offer optimal airflow in and out of the engine. It generates 256-horsepower (191 kW) at 6000 rpm and 247-lb-ft (335 N-m) of torque at 4400 rpm. Other pertinent facts about this DOHC engine:

• Displacement: 3629 cc

• Bore: 92mm

• Compression: 10.5:1

Another workhorse for Subaru is the EJ engine, which was introduced in 1989 and continues to be used on many models. The engine is a four-stroke, 16-valve horizontal flat four, which can accommodate a single or double-overhead camshaft arrangement. Naturally aspirated and turbocharged versions are offered with horsepower ranging from 96 to 320.

The J20E SOHC naturally aspirated version of the engine powers the 2003-2009 Legacy and produces 140 PS (103 kW); and the 2008-current Impreza, producing 140 PS (103 kW).

The EJ203 single-overhead camshaft engine powers the 2003-2008 Forrester and the 2003-2009 Legacy 2.0i BP/BL series and produces 140 PS.

The EJ204 double-overhead camshaft naturally aspirated AVCS engine has been used to power the 2003-2009 Legacy BP/BL series, the 2007-2011 Impreza GE-GH and the 2008-2011 Forester SH and produces 150 PS (110 kW).

The Spectre HPR9997 replacement air filter is designed for the 2003-2017 Subaru Legacy, Liberty, Outback, Legacy III and IV and 2012-2017 XV, the Tribeca, and Impreza, 2009-2017 Exiga, 2011-2017 Thema, 2008-2017 Forester, 2012-2017 WRX, and 2005 and 2008-2010 Chrysler 300C.

The thin HPR9997 air filter is designed to fit into the factory airbox under the hood.

The Spectre HPR9997 air filter includes a urethane frame for durability

The filter features a pre-oiled non-woven synthetic steel mesh reinforced medium and premium urethane frame. It captures and holds contaminants that could otherwise damage your engine. The contaminants are held in a web of synthetic fibers until they are washed out of the filter. This assures that the high airflow is not restricted between service intervals.

The air filter is designed to replace the factory air filter and fits in the factory air box. It can be installed using common hand tools.

The Spectre HPR9997 Replacement Air Filter is designed to fit the following vehicles:

2017 SUBARU XV 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - Non-US
2017 SUBARU XV 2.0L H4 Diesel Engine - All Models
2017 SUBARU XV 1.6L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2017 SUBARU WRX STI 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2017 SUBARU WRX 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2017 SUBARU OUTBACK 3.6L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2017 SUBARU OUTBACK 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2017 SUBARU OUTBACK 2.0L H4 Diesel Engine - All Models
2017 SUBARU LIBERTY 3.6L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2017 SUBARU LIBERTY 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2017 SUBARU LEVORG 1.6L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2017 SUBARU LEGACY 3.6L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2017 SUBARU LEGACY 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2017 SUBARU FORESTER 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2017 SUBARU FORESTER 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2017 SUBARU FORESTER 2.0L H4 Diesel Engine - All Models
2017 SUBARU EXIGA 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2016 SUBARU XV CROSSTREK 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - Exc. Hybrid
2016 SUBARU XV 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - Non-US
2016 SUBARU XV 2.0L H4 Diesel Engine - All Models
2016 SUBARU XV 1.6L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2016 SUBARU WRX STI 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2016 SUBARU WRX 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2016 SUBARU OUTBACK 3.6L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2016 SUBARU OUTBACK 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2016 SUBARU OUTBACK 2.0L H4 Diesel Engine - All Models
2016 SUBARU LIBERTY 3.6L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2016 SUBARU LIBERTY 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2016 SUBARU LEVORG 1.6L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2016 SUBARU LEGACY 3.6L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2016 SUBARU LEGACY 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2016 SUBARU IMPREZA WRX STI 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2016 SUBARU IMPREZA 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - US
2016 SUBARU IMPREZA 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - Non-US, To 9/16
2016 SUBARU IMPREZA 1.6L H4 Fuel Injection - To 9/16
2016 SUBARU FORESTER 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2016 SUBARU FORESTER 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2016 SUBARU FORESTER 2.0L H4 Diesel Engine - All Models
2016 SUBARU EXIGA 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2015 SUBARU XV CROSSTREK 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - Exc. Hybrid
2015 SUBARU XV 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - Non-US
2015 SUBARU XV 2.0L H4 Diesel Engine - All Models
2015 SUBARU XV 1.6L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2015 SUBARU WRX STI 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2015 SUBARU WRX 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2015 SUBARU OUTBACK 3.6L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2015 SUBARU OUTBACK 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2015 SUBARU OUTBACK 2.0L H4 Diesel Engine - All Models
2015 SUBARU LIBERTY 3.6L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2015 SUBARU LIBERTY 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2015 SUBARU LEVORG 1.6L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2015 SUBARU LEGACY 3.6L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2015 SUBARU LEGACY 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2015 SUBARU IMPREZA WRX STI 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2015 SUBARU IMPREZA 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2015 SUBARU IMPREZA 1.6L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2015 SUBARU FORESTER 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - China
2015 SUBARU FORESTER 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2015 SUBARU FORESTER 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2015 SUBARU FORESTER 2.0L H4 Diesel Engine - All Models
2015 SUBARU EXIGA 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2015 LANCIA THEMA 3.0L V6 Diesel Engine - All Models
2014 SUBARU XV CROSSTREK 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - Exc. Hybrid
2014 SUBARU XV 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - Non-US
2014 SUBARU XV 2.0L H4 Diesel Engine - All Models
2014 SUBARU XV 1.6L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2014 SUBARU WRX STI 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2014 SUBARU WRX 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2014 SUBARU TRIBECA 3.6L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2014 SUBARU OUTBACK 3.6L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2014 SUBARU OUTBACK 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2014 SUBARU OUTBACK 2.0L H4 Diesel Engine - All Models
2014 SUBARU LIBERTY EXIGA 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2014 SUBARU LIBERTY 3.6L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2014 SUBARU LIBERTY 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2014 SUBARU LEGACY IV 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2014 SUBARU LEGACY IV 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2014 SUBARU LEGACY IV 2.0L H4 Diesel Engine - All Models
2014 SUBARU LEGACY 3.6L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2014 SUBARU LEGACY 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2014 SUBARU IMPREZA WRX STI 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2014 SUBARU IMPREZA WRX 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2014 SUBARU IMPREZA 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2014 SUBARU IMPREZA 1.6L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2014 SUBARU FORESTER 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - China
2014 SUBARU FORESTER 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2014 SUBARU FORESTER 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2014 SUBARU FORESTER 2.0L H4 Diesel Engine - All Models
2014 SUBARU EXIGA 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2014 LANCIA THEMA 3.0L V6 Diesel Engine - All Models
2013 SUBARU XV CROSSTREK 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2013 SUBARU XV 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2013 SUBARU XV 2.0L H4 Diesel Engine - All Models
2013 SUBARU XV 1.6L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2013 SUBARU WRX STI 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2013 SUBARU WRX 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2013 SUBARU TRIBECA 3.6L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2013 SUBARU OUTBACK 3.6L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2013 SUBARU OUTBACK 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2013 SUBARU OUTBACK 2.0L H4 Diesel Engine - All Models
2013 SUBARU LIBERTY EXIGA 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2013 SUBARU LIBERTY 3.6L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2013 SUBARU LIBERTY 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2013 SUBARU LEGACY IV 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2013 SUBARU LEGACY IV 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2013 SUBARU LEGACY IV 2.0L H4 Diesel Engine - All Models
2013 SUBARU LEGACY 3.6L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2013 SUBARU LEGACY 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2013 SUBARU IMPREZA WRX STI 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2013 SUBARU IMPREZA WRX 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2013 SUBARU IMPREZA 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2013 SUBARU IMPREZA 1.6L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2013 SUBARU FORESTER 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - China
2013 SUBARU FORESTER 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2013 SUBARU FORESTER 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2013 SUBARU FORESTER 2.0L H4 Diesel Engine - All Models
2013 SUBARU EXIGA 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2013 LANCIA THEMA 3.0L V6 Diesel Engine - All Models
2012 SUBARU XV 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2012 SUBARU XV 2.0L H4 Diesel Engine - All Models
2012 SUBARU XV 1.6L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2012 SUBARU WRX STI 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2012 SUBARU WRX 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2012 SUBARU TRIBECA 3.6L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2012 SUBARU OUTBACK 3.6L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2012 SUBARU OUTBACK 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2012 SUBARU OUTBACK 2.0L H4 Diesel Engine - All Models
2012 SUBARU LIBERTY EXIGA 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2012 SUBARU LIBERTY 3.6L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2012 SUBARU LIBERTY 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2012 SUBARU LEGACY IV 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2012 SUBARU LEGACY IV 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2012 SUBARU LEGACY IV 2.0L H4 Diesel Engine - All Models
2012 SUBARU LEGACY 3.6L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2012 SUBARU LEGACY 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2012 SUBARU IMPREZA WRX STI 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2012 SUBARU IMPREZA WRX 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2012 SUBARU IMPREZA 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2012 SUBARU IMPREZA 2.0L H4 Diesel Engine - All Models
2012 SUBARU IMPREZA 1.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2012 SUBARU FORESTER TURBO 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2012 SUBARU FORESTER 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - China
2012 SUBARU FORESTER 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2012 SUBARU FORESTER 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2012 SUBARU FORESTER 2.0L H4 Diesel Engine - All Models
2012 SUBARU EXIGA 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2012 LANCIA THEMA 3.0L V6 Diesel Engine - All Models
2011 SUBARU TRIBECA 3.6L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2011 SUBARU TRIBECA 3.0L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2011 SUBARU OUTBACK 3.6L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2011 SUBARU OUTBACK 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2011 SUBARU OUTBACK 2.0L H4 Diesel Engine - All Models
2011 SUBARU LIBERTY EXIGA 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2011 SUBARU LIBERTY 3.6L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2011 SUBARU LIBERTY 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2011 SUBARU LEGACY IV 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2011 SUBARU LEGACY IV 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2011 SUBARU LEGACY IV 2.0L H4 Diesel Engine - All Models
2011 SUBARU LEGACY 3.6L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2011 SUBARU LEGACY 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2011 SUBARU IMPREZA WRX STI 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2011 SUBARU IMPREZA WRX 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2011 SUBARU IMPREZA 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2011 SUBARU IMPREZA 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2011 SUBARU IMPREZA 2.0L H4 Diesel Engine - All Models
2011 SUBARU IMPREZA 1.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2011 SUBARU FORESTER TURBO 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2011 SUBARU FORESTER 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - China
2011 SUBARU FORESTER 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2011 SUBARU FORESTER 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2011 SUBARU FORESTER 2.0L H4 Diesel Engine - All Models
2011 SUBARU EXIGA 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2011 LANCIA THEMA 3.0L V6 Diesel Engine - All Models
2010 SUBARU TRIBECA 3.6L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2010 SUBARU TRIBECA 3.0L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2010 SUBARU OUTBACK 3.6L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2010 SUBARU OUTBACK 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2010 SUBARU OUTBACK 2.0L H4 Diesel Engine - All Models
2010 SUBARU LIBERTY EXIGA 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2010 SUBARU LIBERTY 3.6L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2010 SUBARU LIBERTY 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2010 SUBARU LEGACY IV 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2010 SUBARU LEGACY IV 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2010 SUBARU LEGACY IV 2.0L H4 Diesel Engine - All Models
2010 SUBARU LEGACY III 3.0L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2010 SUBARU LEGACY III 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2010 SUBARU LEGACY III 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2010 SUBARU LEGACY III 2.0L H4 Diesel Engine - All Models
2010 SUBARU LEGACY 3.6L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2010 SUBARU LEGACY 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2010 SUBARU IMPREZA WRX STI 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2010 SUBARU IMPREZA WRX 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2010 SUBARU IMPREZA 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2010 SUBARU IMPREZA 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2010 SUBARU IMPREZA 2.0L H4 Diesel Engine - All Models
2010 SUBARU IMPREZA 1.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2010 SUBARU FORESTER 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - China
2010 SUBARU FORESTER 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2010 SUBARU FORESTER 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2010 SUBARU FORESTER 2.0L H4 Diesel Engine - All Models
2010 SUBARU EXIGA 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2010 CHRYSLER 300C 3.0L V6 Diesel Engine - All Models
2009 SUBARU TRIBECA 3.6L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2009 SUBARU TRIBECA 3.0L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2009 SUBARU OUTBACK III 3.6L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2009 SUBARU OUTBACK 3.0L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2009 SUBARU OUTBACK 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2009 SUBARU OUTBACK 2.0L H4 Diesel Engine - All Models
2009 SUBARU LIBERTY EXIGA 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2009 SUBARU LIBERTY 3.6L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2009 SUBARU LIBERTY 3.0L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2009 SUBARU LIBERTY 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2009 SUBARU LEGACY IV 3.0L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2009 SUBARU LEGACY IV 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2009 SUBARU LEGACY IV 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2009 SUBARU LEGACY IV 2.0L H4 Diesel Engine - All Models
2009 SUBARU LEGACY III 3.0L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2009 SUBARU LEGACY III 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2009 SUBARU LEGACY III 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2009 SUBARU LEGACY III 2.0L H4 Diesel Engine - All Models
2009 SUBARU LEGACY GT 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2009 SUBARU LEGACY 3.0L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2009 SUBARU LEGACY 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2009 SUBARU IMPREZA WRX STI 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2009 SUBARU IMPREZA WRX STI 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2009 SUBARU IMPREZA WRX 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2009 SUBARU IMPREZA WRX 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2009 SUBARU IMPREZA II 1.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2009 SUBARU IMPREZA 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2009 SUBARU IMPREZA 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2009 SUBARU IMPREZA 2.0L H4 Diesel Engine - All Models
2009 SUBARU FORESTER 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - China
2009 SUBARU FORESTER 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2009 SUBARU FORESTER 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2009 SUBARU FORESTER 2.0L H4 Diesel Engine - All Models
2009 SUBARU EXIGA 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2009 CHRYSLER 300C 3.0L V6 Diesel Engine - All Models
2008 SUBARU TRIBECA 3.6L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2008 SUBARU TRIBECA 3.0L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2008 SUBARU OUTBACK II 2.0L H4 Diesel Engine - All Models
2008 SUBARU OUTBACK 3.0L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2008 SUBARU OUTBACK 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2008 SUBARU LIBERTY 3.0L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2008 SUBARU LIBERTY 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2008 SUBARU LEGACY IV 3.0L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2008 SUBARU LEGACY IV 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - 165BHP
2008 SUBARU LEGACY IV 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2008 SUBARU LEGACY IV 2.0L H4 Diesel Engine - All Models
2008 SUBARU LEGACY III 3.0L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2008 SUBARU LEGACY III 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2008 SUBARU LEGACY III 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2008 SUBARU LEGACY III 2.0L H4 Diesel Engine - All Models
2008 SUBARU LEGACY GT 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2008 SUBARU LEGACY 3.0L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2008 SUBARU LEGACY 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2008 SUBARU IMPREZA WRX STI 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2008 SUBARU IMPREZA WRX 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2008 SUBARU IMPREZA III WRX STI 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2008 SUBARU IMPREZA III 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2008 SUBARU IMPREZA III 1.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2008 SUBARU IMPREZA II WRX STI 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2008 SUBARU IMPREZA II WRX STI 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - EU
2008 SUBARU IMPREZA II WRX 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2008 SUBARU IMPREZA II WRX 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - EU
2008 SUBARU IMPREZA II 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2008 SUBARU IMPREZA II 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - EU
2008 SUBARU IMPREZA II 1.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2008 SUBARU IMPREZA 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2008 SUBARU IMPREZA 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2008 SUBARU IMPREZA 2.0L H4 Diesel Engine - All Models
2008 SUBARU FORESTER 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - China
2008 SUBARU FORESTER 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - From 4/08
2008 SUBARU FORESTER 2.0L H4 Diesel Engine - All Models
2008 SUBARU EXIGA 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2008 CHRYSLER 300C 3.0L V6 Diesel Engine - All Models
2007 SUBARU TRIBECA 3.6L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2007 SUBARU TRIBECA 3.0L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2007 SUBARU OUTBACK 3.0L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2007 SUBARU OUTBACK 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2007 SUBARU LIBERTY 3.0L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2007 SUBARU LIBERTY 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2007 SUBARU LEGACY IV 3.0L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2007 SUBARU LEGACY IV 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - 165BHP
2007 SUBARU LEGACY IV 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2007 SUBARU LEGACY III 3.0L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2007 SUBARU LEGACY III 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2007 SUBARU LEGACY III 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2007 SUBARU LEGACY III 2.0L H4 Diesel Engine - All Models
2007 SUBARU LEGACY GT 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2007 SUBARU LEGACY 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2007 SUBARU IMPREZA II WRX STI 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - EU
2007 SUBARU IMPREZA II WRX 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - EU
2007 SUBARU IMPREZA II 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - EU
2007 SUBARU IMPREZA II 1.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2007 SUBARU B9 TRIBECA 3.0L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2007 CHRYSLER 300C 3.0L V6 Diesel Engine - All Models
2006 SUBARU TRIBECA 3.0L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2006 SUBARU OUTBACK XT 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2006 SUBARU OUTBACK 3.0L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2006 SUBARU OUTBACK 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2006 SUBARU LIBERTY 3.0L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2006 SUBARU LIBERTY 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2006 SUBARU LIBERTY 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2006 SUBARU LEGACY IV 3.0L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2006 SUBARU LEGACY IV 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - 165BHP
2006 SUBARU LEGACY IV 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2006 SUBARU LEGACY III 3.0L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2006 SUBARU LEGACY III 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2006 SUBARU LEGACY III 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2006 SUBARU LEGACY III 2.0L H4 Diesel Engine - All Models
2006 SUBARU LEGACY GT 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2006 SUBARU LEGACY 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2006 SUBARU IMPREZA II 1.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2006 SUBARU B9 TRIBECA 3.0L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2006 CHRYSLER 300C 3.0L V6 Diesel Engine - All Models
2005 SUBARU TRIBECA 3.0L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2005 SUBARU OUTBACK XT 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2005 SUBARU OUTBACK 3.0L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2005 SUBARU OUTBACK 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2005 SUBARU LIBERTY 3.0L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2005 SUBARU LIBERTY 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2005 SUBARU LIBERTY 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2005 SUBARU LEGACY IV 3.0L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2005 SUBARU LEGACY IV 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - 165BHP
2005 SUBARU LEGACY IV 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2005 SUBARU LEGACY III 3.0L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2005 SUBARU LEGACY III 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2005 SUBARU LEGACY III 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2005 SUBARU LEGACY III 2.0L H4 Diesel Engine - All Models
2005 SUBARU LEGACY GT 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2005 SUBARU LEGACY 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2005 CHRYSLER 300C 3.0L V6 Diesel Engine - All Models
2004 SUBARU OUTBACK II 3.0L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2004 SUBARU OUTBACK 3.0L H6 Fuel Injection - Non-US, 245BHP
2004 SUBARU OUTBACK 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - Non-US
2004 SUBARU LIBERTY 3.0L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2004 SUBARU LIBERTY 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2004 SUBARU LIBERTY 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2004 SUBARU LEGACY IV 3.0L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2004 SUBARU LEGACY IV 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - 165BHP
2004 SUBARU LEGACY IV 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - 138BHP
2004 SUBARU LEGACY III 3.0L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2004 SUBARU LEGACY III 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2004 SUBARU LEGACY III 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2004 SUBARU LEGACY III 2.0L H4 Diesel Engine - All Models
2003 SUBARU OUTBACK II 3.0L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2003 SUBARU OUTBACK II 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2003 SUBARU LIBERTY 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2003 SUBARU LIBERTY 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - All Models
2003 SUBARU LEGACY IV 3.0L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2003 SUBARU LEGACY IV 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - 165BHP
2003 SUBARU LEGACY IV 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - 138BHP
2003 SUBARU LEGACY III 3.0L H6 Fuel Injection - All Models
2003 SUBARU LEGACY III 2.5L H4 Fuel Injection - China
2003 SUBARU LEGACY III 2.0L H4 Fuel Injection - China
2003 SUBARU LEGACY III 2.0L H4 Diesel Engine - All Models


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