Members of the AMSOIL team have been hard at work at the SEMA show, manning the AMSOIL booth and spreading the word about AMSOIL products to the leaders of the aftermarket industry. With so much ground to cover in one show, all the effort in getting the AMSOIL message to SEMA attendees is paying off. Thousands of industry heads are in attendance, each one looking for the latest and greatest in the specialty automotive market.
Following is a glimpse into the 2012 SEMA show, which is not open to the public. The AMSOIL Street Rodder Road Tour is making its way to Las Vegas now with 100 cars in tow, and is set to make a big impression on SEMA showgoers. The ’40 Ford Coupe that has led the 2012 Tour has a prime location in the Ford Motors booth, further showcasing AMSOIL.
Watch for an update on the AMSOIL Street Rodder Road Tour at SEMA and much more coming soon.
Never a dull moment on the SEMA Show floor
The AMSOIL motorhome is the centerpiece of this year's booth display.
The AMSOIL logo is visible on several high-profile booth vehicles throughout the show, all running AMSOIL.
The AMSOIL Super Chevy Best of the Best contest is winding down, with the final vote just ahead that will determine the ultimate winners in each of the following categories: Tri-Five, Full-Size, Nova, Chevelle & Camaro. The last Super Chevy show of the season took place last weekend in Rockingham, NC, and the five finalists selected by voters will join the championship vote taking place next week.
Voting is now open, so have your say in who is most worthy to take the last remaining places in the final knockout round. Click here to view the finalists and decide which Chevys most deserve a shot at the prestigious title of AMSOIL Best of the Best 2012. Then, check back soon for the final voting opportunity and see who takes the glory in their respective categories.
After months of preparations and making the journey to the 2012 AMSOIL Engine Masters Challenge, six teams have earned themselves a spot in the EMC finals now taking place. The teams that made it to the end did so by building an engine that turned out the highest torque and horsepower numbers among the best engine builders in the industry. Now, they have one last chance to square off against the others in their league and see who the ultimate Engine Master is.
The competition started a half hour early today in order to beat the weather and incoming rain, which can have impact even though it's an indoor dyno competition. Because the moisture in the air is heavier it affects the tune on the engine, forcing competitors to make adjustments to carb jetting or fuel injection mapping. The barometric pressure has been dropping and may continue to drop throughout the morning, so competitors are busy making adjustments accordingly.
Here is Friday’s running order with the final six competitors:
Street Division: Bradley Nagel Bradley Built Engines
Bob Holmes Danny Miller’s Hot Heads
Joe Carroll Power Shop Racing Engines
Xtreme Street Division: Judson Massingill School of Automotive Machinists
Jon Kaase Kaase Racing Engines
Tony Bischoff BES Racing Engines
Check back soon when we announce the winners in both divisions of the 2012 AMSOIL Engine Masters Challenge.
Judson and Linda Massingill wait pensively as their engine is prepared for its final passes.
UNOH relishes this annual opportunity for its students to gain valuable hands-on experience.
Danny Miller's Hot Heads wait as their engine gets attended to in the cell.
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